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Roundtable: La Segua Who’s Who

Posted on January 17, 2019 | 0 comments

Meet the panelists of the Roundtable: La Segua: A morality tale on vanity and narcissism. Jimena Alvarado, Ph.D. Jimena Alvarado, Ph.D. taught Women’s and Gender Studies at Portland Community College. She specializes in helping beginners understand their own privilege. She was born and raised in Costa Rica, and recently decided to make Portland her new home. Jimena is passionate about intersectional feminism and social justice, and gets pretty intense about the best ways to teach them. She’s devoted her energy into creating a curriculum that...

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Jump Who’s Who

Posted on January 2, 2019 | 0 comments

Jump Who’s Who

CAST Andrea Vernae, Fay Andrea Vernae is so excited to be performing with Milagro this season. She was last seen in Everybody by Branden Jacob-Jenkins at Artists Rep. When not onstage, Andrea is proud to serve as Managing Director of Confrontation Theatre and creating short films with Sunflower Creations.     Jasmine Cottrell, Judy Jasmine Cottrell is delighted to perform in her second show with Confrontation Theatre. Recently performed in The Great God of the Dark Storm Cloud (LineStorm Playwrites), Cottonwood in the Flood (Vanport Mosaic),...

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Wolf at the Door Who’s Who

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Wolf at the Door Who’s Who

CAST Marian Mendez, Isadora Marian’s love for acting led her to leave architecture school in her home country (El Salvador) and move to the United States. She started acting in short films in Los Angeles before moving to Portland in 2015, where she has developed her passion for the stage in several productions including Contigo Pan y Cebolla, Lydia, Astucias por Heredar, La Segua (Milagro), and Luna Gale (CoHo). She dedicates her work to her beloved husband Jason whose love and support inspire her creative journey.   Maya...

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La Segua Who’s Who

Posted on December 31, 2018 | 0 comments

La Segua Who’s Who

  CAST Johanna Andrea Echavarría Grajales, Encarnación Sancho Johanna Andrea Echavarría Grajales is from Medellín, Colombia, and is a student of literature at Universidad de Antioquia. She participated in some plays with Teatro Oficina Central de los Sueños, such as, Amérika de Kafka, Cabaret Baudelaire, and Tríptico Van Gogh: She has also participated in some parades of the scenic arts that are celebrated in her hometown every year. She feels fortunate to have her first performance in Milagro with the play La Segua.   David Cabassa, Camilo...

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Judge Torres Who’s Who

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Judge Torres Who’s Who

CAST Cindy Angel Cindy is originally from a small town in Yakima Washington. She graduated from Washington State University with a BS in Psychology. As an actor, she has performed in Our Town, You Can’t Take It with You, Richard III, She Kills Monsters, and Don Quixote where she played her favorite role as Sancho Panza. Cindy has also taken on behind the scene roles as an assistant set designer, director, and prop master. This is her first year touring with Teatro Milagro and she is looking forward to the new adventure.   Eduardo Vazquez...

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A Xmas Cuento Remix Who’s Who

Posted on December 4, 2018 | 0 comments

Meet the cast and crew who are bringing this new adaptation of of A Christmas Carol, through a Latino lens for today. CAST Eva Rotter Johnson (Dolores Avara) Eva is thrilled to be performing on the Milagro stage again! She was last seen here in How the García Girls Lost Their Accent and as Sonia in Sonia Flew. The original Un Christmas Cuento was Eva’s first show with Milagro, and so she is honored to be summoned back to be a part of the Remix version. Eva’s previous performances have been in Snow Queen, West Side Story, and A Chorus Line...

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Celebrate the Holidays with Season Tickets to Milagro!

Posted on November 27, 2018 | 0 comments

Celebrate the Holidays with Season Tickets to Milagro!

It’s that time of year again! With the holidays right around the corner, Milagro is ringing in the season with some festive, special promotional offers. From now until January 1st, Milagro is offering a special price on all Holiday Flex Passes. Purchase a seasonal subscription, and get 3, 4 or 5 tickets for $20 each! That’s right – if you purchase a Holiday Flex Pass before New Years Eve, save 35% on every ticket. With a Milagro Flex Pass, you can use your pass for different shows or all for one show, the choice is up to you!...

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INGENIO 2018 Who’s Who

Posted on September 10, 2018 | 0 comments

INGENIO 2018 Who’s Who

A significant portion of INGENIO are the artists who bring the pages to life during rehearsals and the readings. Meet the directors and actors who will working with the playwrights and guest dramaturg in this process. Friday September 21, 2018. 7:00 PM Tara by Brian Otaño DIRECTOR Maggie Carrido Adams Maggie Carrido Adams is an interdisciplinary performing artist based in the Pacific Northwest; recent productions include Two Sisters and a Piano (Theater Schmeater); The Grey Golem, Twelfth Night (Ghost Light Theatricals); Ibsen in Chicago,...

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Alebrijes Who’s Who

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Alebrijes Who’s Who

Milagro’s 23rd Día de Muertos production takes inspiration from an imaginary creature unique to Mexican art. ¡Alebrijes! A Día de Muertos Tale is a dream that comes to life through these talented artists.   CAST Robi Arce, Pedro Robi is a physical theatre actor, director, clown, mime and fool that holds an MFA in Ensemble-Based Physical Theatre from Dell’Arte International and a BA in Drama from the University of Puerto Rico. Robi has performed, toured, and lead workshops in Mexico, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, and several cities the...

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Milagro/NWTW Collaboration Scholarship Playwrights

Posted on September 6, 2018 | 0 comments

Milagro/NWTW Collaboration Scholarship Playwrights

It is with great pleasure that we announce the two playwrights selected for the 2018 Milagro/Northwest Theatre Workshop (NWTW) Collaboration Scholarship. As part of INGENIO Milagro, the program to develop Latino playwrights and plays in order to add more Latino voices to the American theatre cannon, two local Portland playwrights were selected to take part in NWTW’s one-year playwriting program. The program consists of two workshops: Create: Writing the Script, a 9 month intensive and Create: Summer Intensive. The goal is to complete a draft...

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