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It was the wrong night and the wrong place for these Ominous Men to be playing a game of Bones when the NYC Blackout Hits the Bronx!

Written by Desi Moreno-Penson
Directed by Lorca Peress

Co-presented by the Theater at the 14th Street Y

October 19 – November 3, 2019
The Theater at the 14th Street Y
344 East 14th Street, NYC


Tuesdays through Saturdays at 7:30PM
Saturday Matinee Preview Oct. 19 at 1:00PM
Sundays at 1:00pm; Matinee Talkbacks on Oct. 20 and 27
HALLOWEEN BENEFIT NIGHT on Oct. 31 (following the show)
( for info on the Benefit)

Top Row: Gus Scharr, Johnny Rivera, Russell Jordan*
Second Row: Howard Pinhasik* Renoly Santiago, Gabrielle Lee*
not pictured: Francisco Betancourt, understudy

Projection Design by Jan Hartley; Lighting Design by Kia Rogers; Scenic Design by Jennifer Varbalow; Costume Design by Lisa Renee Jordan; Sound Design by Sun Hee Kil; Jennifer Chin, Choreographer; Carlotta Summers, Fight Director; Assistant Director Antonio Miniño

Directed by
Lorca Peress

AEA Production Stage Manager Jessica V. Urtecho*

Press Representative: Dan DeMello / DDPR
Production Marketing Assistant: Katharine Nedder
* appearing courtesy of AEA

“Ominous Men” is a gothic horror tale about race, poverty, drugs, misogyny AND violence in America. Three men are confronted by their ferocious pasts in the abandoned Concourse Plaza Hotel basement in the Bronx on July 13, 1977: Butch, the Nuyorican caretaker who’s been digging a pit looking for buried treasure, his nervous cousin Goyo, and Butch’s drug sponsor and ex-Black Panther Yancy. This night of drinking, camaraderie, and “Bones” (dominoes) turns violent when the Blackout hits, a stranger climbs out of the pit, and the ghosts of a Holocaust survivor and murdered woman appear.

“Ominous Men” is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by LMCC. “Ominous Men” is the winner of MultiStages 2017 New Works Contest. 


MAY 10, 11 & 12, 2019
A.R.T/N.Y. – Bruce Mitchell Room
520 Eighth Avenue, 3rd Floor

RSVP: (include Show and # of reservations)


Written by Stacy Osei-Kuffour
Directed by Mia Walker

Reading on Friday, May 10 at 7PM

The community of a backwoods Southern town grapples with the murder of a Black man who is found hanging in a tree. As events unfold, the hanging mystifies the people of the community, forcing them to confront their complicity in this man’s horrific demise.

Stacy Osei-Kuffour, born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, is a BFA graduate from NYU (major: Drama) and an MFA graduate from Hunter College (major: Playwriting). Previous plays include: The Painter, *Samuel French Festival finalist. Breathless, workshop productions at the Dream Up Festival & Downtown Urban Theater Festival (both at Theater for the New City). Dirty Blood, reading at Rattlestick Theater. Animals, *Irv Zarkower Award winner through Hunter College, readings: Lark Development Center, NYTW, Blank Theatre, and IAMA Theatre. The Pearl and The Black Sea, *Honorable Mention in The Kilroy’s 2015 The List. Hang Man, Bay Area Playwrights Festival finalist, Boston Court New Play finalist, MultiStages New Works Contest finalist, and The Kilroy’s 2017 The List. This past year, Stacy was accepted into EST in LA, Youngblood, MacDowell Colony Fellowship, New Georges the Jam, Nashville Repertory Theatre’s Ingram Play Lab alongside Christopher Durang, Humantias PLAY LA Workshop, and MADLAB. In addition, Stacy became a two-time Van Lier finalist at the Lark Development Center. Stacy is also a TV writer. Just last year she wrote for the TV show Happy! which airs every Wednesday night on the SYFY network. Currently, Stacy is writing for the HBO TV show WATCHMEN based on the acclaimed comic book by Alan Moore. Stacy’s goal as an artist is to bring untold stories to the stage and screen, stories that challenge our political, societal, and stereotypical views of the Black experience.


Written by D.L. Siegel
Directed by Katrin Hilbe

Reading on Saturday, May 11 at 7PM

Atalanta is a fearsome amateur boxer, hungry for a professional career. Abandoned at birth, Atalanta trusts no one save her faithful trainer, Samir. But when she goes head-to-head with “The Boar of Bushwick” in a highly publicized fight, Atalanta attracts the attention of her long-absent father who will stop at nothing to get her back. Inspired by an ancient Greek myth, Atalanta K.O. is the story of one woman’s struggle to be the heroine she was destined to be.

D.L. Siegel received her BA in English and Theater from Princeton University and her MFA in Playwriting from The New School for Drama. She was a member of The Amoralists’ inaugural playwriting residency, ‘Wright Club, from 2015-2016. Plays include: Members Only, Untouched, Atalanta K.O., Like the Last, Chosen, and I Know What I Saw. D.L. also served as dramaturg and co-adaptor for Jeremy Duncan Pape’s Woyzeck, F.J.F., most recently mounted at The New Ohio Theatre by No-Win Productions. She is currently workshopping ‘Untouched’ for its New York premiere in summer 2018. A born and raised New Yorker, D.L. resides in Brooklyn with her playwright husband and their beloved corgi, Sancho Panza. Visit for more. Awards, Grants, Honorariums: 2016 Excellence in Playwriting Award & Audience Favorite Award, Silver Spring Stage (‘Like the Last’), 2014 Finalist for Wordsmyth Theater Company’s reading series (‘Untouched’), 2014 Finalist for Heartland Theatre’s 10-minute play competition (‘…but where would they live?’), 2014 Finalist for 10 by 10 in the Triangle’s National 10-minute play competition (‘I Know What I Saw’), 2012 Georgia College & State University Arts & Letters Prize in Drama, 2nd place (‘haiku for an earthquake’).


Written by Isaac Gomez,
Directed by Lorca Peress
Music Directed by Bruce Baumer

Reading on Sunday, May 12 at 2:30PM

As Yolanda and Marisela embark in an epic, endless journey to find their missing daughters, the rabbit hole of violence, impunity and crime is far more insidious than they ever imagined. Pulled from real testimonies, La Ruta is a visceral unearthing of secrets left buried in the desert sand and the Mexican women who live resiliently in their wake.

Isaac Gomez is a Chicago-based playwright originally from El Paso, Texas/Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. His plays include La Ruta (developed at Primary Stages, Steppenwolf Theater Company, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Goodman Theatre, and Pivot Arts); Wally World (Sideshow Theater Company Commission); PerKup Elkhorn (developed at Northlight Theatre and Chicago Dramatists); The Way She Spoke: A docu-mythologia (Greenhouse Theater Center, 2016; The VORTEX, 2018); The Displaced (Haven Theatre, 2018); Throwaway Kids (Cunningham Commission for Youth Theatre — The Theatre School at DePaul University); The Soul of the World (Actors Theatre of Louisville Acting Apprentice New Play Commission). Other companies he’s worked with include Victory Gardens Theater, American Theater Company, Teatro Vista, Definition Theater Company, Jackalope Theatre, Broken Nose Theater, Stage Left, and Something Marvelous. He is the recipient of the 2017 Jeffry Melnick New Playwright Award at Primary Stages, an inaugural 3Arts “Make A Wave” grantee, an Elizabeth George Commissioned Playwright at South Coast Repertory, a member of the 2017-18 Goodman Theatre’s Playwrights Unit, Co-Creative Director at the Alliance of Latinx Theatre, a Resident Playwright at Chicago Dramatists, an Artistic Associate with Victory Gardens Theater, Ensemble Member with Teatro Vista, Artistic Associate with Pivot Arts, Artistic Curator for Theater on the Lake 2017/2018, a steering committee member of the Latinx Theatre Commons (LTC) and an artistic community member at The Hypocrites in Chicago. He is a Professional Lecturer at The Theatre School at DePaul University, and is represented by The Gersh Agency and Circle of Confusion.

The “New Works Finalist Festival” features three finalist plays from our 2017 New Works Contest. Complete Cast TBA soon.  Meet the 2017 New Works Contest Winner, Desi Moreno-Penson Here:  New Works Contest Results


We are one global community with a common goal to honor and protect the earth,
its amazing inhabitants, and our future. 



Wednesday, November 15, 2017
at 7PM
TheaterLab, 357 W 36th Street, 3rd Floor, NYC
followed by a Reception 
fundraiser for Hurricane Relief for Puerto Rico 

Directed by Lorca Peress
Choreography by Jennifer Chin

Gabrielle Lee, Gus Scharr, Kathryn Layng, Avondre E.D. Beverley, Tanya Perez, Joyce Griffen, Lorca Peress, Maya Saroya
Daniel Carlton, Cary Hite, special appearance by Bruce Baumer

General: $25.00; Student: $15.00


Keith Josef Adkins, Elaine Ávila, Chantal Bilodeau, Mindi Dickstein, Angella Emurwon, Kendra Fanconi
Vinicius Jatobá, Abhishek Majumdar, Silvio Martinez-Palau, Lorca Peress, David Sard, Caridad Svich
Jordan Tannahill, Nathan Yungerberg

Info on the Climate Change Theatre Action Festival:

MultiStages Festival consists of short plays from around the world: Brazil, Uganda, Canada, Colombia, India, and the United States. Reception donated by Rums of Puerto Rico. Ticket proceeds will support the Hispanic Federation to benefit the people of Puerto Rico who survived Hurricane Maria. Actors appearing through AEA Theatre Authority.

MultiStages is partnering once again with #ClimateChangeTheatreAction. 225 events are scheduled in 40 countries between October 1 and November 20, 2017. Climate Change Theatre Action is a worldwide series of readings and performances of short climate change plays to coincide with the United Nations COP23 meeting in Bonn, Germany. We are excited to produce this important event and join this world-wide theatre movement.



A tale of forbidden love where nightmares and dreams come true.


HOLA Awards for Outstanding Production, Music and Design
Nominated for Six NY Innovative Theatre Awards 
(Outstanding Production, Music and Script)

Official selection of the 2017 New York Musical Festival’s Next Link Project
(only 10 musicals were chosen as Next Link Projects by Tony Award winning Grand Jury Panel from over 200 submissions)

July 19-23, 2017
The Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row
410 West 42nd Street, NYC
Tickets $28.50:  TICKET LINK

Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at 8:00 pm
Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 5:00 pm
Friday, July 21, 2017 at 1:00 pm
Saturday, July 22, 2017 at 9:00 pm
Sunday, July 23, 2017 at 5:00 pm

Please make a Tax-Deductible Donation Today!

In today’s complicated and racially divisive social climate, where xenophobia, nationalism, and religious intolerance are rampant, we bring you a love story that will fill your heart.

TEMPLE OF THE SOULS is an award-winning contemporary pop musical of secrets, lies, and forbidden love of what might have happened in 16th century Puerto-Rico when cultures clash over two young lovers in a “Romeo and Juliet” style tragedy. It all happens in a time when Spaniards enslaved thousands of indigenous Taínos, stole their women, their land, and their lives. Two worlds collide in this mythical tale when Amada, the beautiful daughter of a Spanish Conquistador, and Guario, a young Taíno, meet in the magical rainforest of Puerto Rico. The young lovers escape to seal their forbidden love in the high cliffs of the Temple of the Souls, the sacred lands where the Taínos once jumped to their death to escape the persecution of the Spaniards. This is the temple where the lovers pledge to make their dreams come true and prove for all eternity that love is stronger than death.

Noellia Hernandez and Andres Quintero as Amada and Guario
Danny Bolero (Broadway In The Heights) as Conquistador Don Severo
Lorraine Velez (Broadway Rent, Dream Girls, Fameas the Taino Nana
Jacob Gutierrez (Light in the Piazza, Aladdin) as Nemesio
Ari Aron, Jorge Enrique Barranco, Theresa Burns, Catalina Gaglioti,
Erin Kei, Val Nuccio, Isabel Plana, Miguel A. Sierra, Robert Zelaya

BOOK Anita Velez-Mitchell, Lorca Peress, Anika Paris
MUSIC Dean Landon, Anika Paris
LYRICS Anita Velez-Mitchell, Anika Paris
STORY Anita Velez-Mitchell
SCENIC DESIGN Jennifer Varbalow
COSTUME DESIGN Lisa Renee Jordan
SOUND DESIGN Kenneth Goodwin
STAGE MANAGER C. Renee Alexander
ASM Andrea Berkey
DRAMATURG Mark Eugene Garcia
POSTER ART Emeli Vando
PRESS/Social Media Kampfire PR
Dailey-Monda General Managers
Developed and Directed by Lorca Peress*

CONDUCTOR Katya Stanislavskaya
MUSICIANS Joe Fee, Kelsey Sheldon, Katya Stanislavskaya, Andrew Whitbeck

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* members of SDC



TEMPLE OF THE SOULS HISTORY: In development since 2010, received two AEA showcase productions, 4 HOLA Awards, 6 NY Innovative Theatre Nominations, 2 Areyto Drama Awards from the Taíno community. Photos and info on past productions:

NYMF HISTORY: In 13 years, NYMF has presented over 420 new musicals. Over 97 have gone on to further productions and delighted theatergoers nationally and internationally! FOUR NYMF SHOWS HAVE OPENED ON BROADWAY: Chaplin (Behind the Limelight at NYMF); Next to Normal (Feeling Electric at NYMF); [title of show]; In Transit (Along the way at NYMF)

This production is supported by: NYMF 2017 Next Link Project production grant, Don Q Rums, LMCC’s Materials for the Arts
private foundation grants and tax-deductible donations

The Future is Female Festival, March 2017


MultiStages is joining the movement with our own multicultural and multidisciplinary “The Future is Female” Festival of Women Playwrights, Dancers, Composers, Musicians, Poets, and Artists.  The Future is Female Festivals are being presented across the country in March 2017 in honor of Women’s History Month. Let’s come together in solidarity to protect women’s rights and our future.

Tues., March 21 and Thurs., March 23, 2017 at 7PM
The Shop Theatre
CAP21, 18 W. 18th St., 6th Fl.
Tickets $10.00

Photos: Hunter Peress

MultiStages Festival Participants:

Raquel Almazan, 
Maya Contreras, Cynthia Cooper, Cecilia Copland, Cesi Davidson, C.S. Hanson, Penny Jackson, Chiori Miyagawa, Desi Moreno-Penson, Angelica Pinna Perez, Noemi de la Puente, Lizabeth Sipes, Daniela Thome, Nichole Thompson-Adams


Ela Alster, Tess Cacciatore, Gloria Vando

Video Performance:
Anika Paris

Poster Art:
Nikki Peress

Tong Chen, LaFrae Sci

Sara Berg, Elowyn Castle, Kimille Howard, Lorca Peress

Performers: Andrea Abello, Raquel Almazan, Tonia Anderson, April Armstrong, Gena Bardwell, Sara Berg* Darryl K Brown, Tess Cacciatore, Kim Chinh, JY (Jeong yun) Chun, Bobby Crace, Veronica Cruz* Noemi de la Puente, William Franke* Victoria Franzetti, Joy Kelly* Kathryn Layng* Tate Kenney, Romy Nordlinger* Anika Paris, Desi Moreno-Penson, Lorca Peress* Angelica Pinna Perez, Tanya Perez* Gary Ramsey, Clea Straus Rivera* Crystal Rodriguez, Kate Armstrong Ross, Dan Teachout* Daniela Thome, Nichole Thompson-Adams, Gloria Vando, Alexandra Williamson

*AEA members
Union performers appearing courtesy Theatre Authority

“The Future is Female” Festival was created by writer Mya Kagin. Instead of merely honoring women’s history in March, the festival will celebrate women’s futures. Following the election, Mya was struck by the phrase, “The Future Is Female,” which recently emerged and has taken on great significance during and after the election with many women re-contextualizing the phrase into their own modern interpretation. By participating in this joint venture, our voices are magnified and we can create a larger impact across the country.

Strength in numbers — Stronger Together.

For more info on Women’s History Events:

MultiStages “TFIF” Festival is a Swan Day Event! 




Written by Nathan Yungerberg            Directed by Lorca Peress

Featuring:  LaChrisha Brown, Dyllon Burnside*, Brandon Gill*, Marcel Spears, and Charles E. Wallace* as Esai
Nichole Thompson-Adams
reading stage directions

Two Readings:  Wed., November 16 at 3pm and Thurs., November 17 at 7pm (reception to follow)
Shetler Studios, PH1, 244 W. 54th Street

Free Admission; RSVP:

We are thrilled to announce our next play in development, ESAI’S TABLE by Nathan Yungerberg. Esai’s Table was a 2016 O’Neill National Playwrights Conference semifinalist.

Esai’s Table follows the fantastic journey of three young black men on a mythical night sea atop a magical old table. Through cartoon animation and personal revelations, we learn why they’ve been chosen to navigate this trek across the unknown. Destiny meets eternity in this story of black lives, friendship, family, and love.

nathan-newNathan Yungerberg is a Brooklyn-based playwright. His plays include Esai’s Table, The Son of Dawn, Pousada Azul, Orchids, and Polka Dots and Brush Strokes. Nathan’s work has been developed or featured  by The Playwrights’ Center, The Brooklyn Museum, The Lorraine Hansberry Theater, Brava Theater, The Lark, The Fire This Time Festival, 48 Hours in Harlem, The National Black Theatre, The Hansberry Project, The National Black Theatre Festival, The Classical Theatre of Harlem, Blackboard Reading Series, The Dramatist Guild,  Flashpoint Theater, the August Wilson Red Door Project, New Venture Theater, The Brooklyn Generator and BBC Radio Afternoon Drama. Nathan is one of seven black playwrights commissioned by The New Black Fest for HANDS UP: 7 Playwrights, 7 Testaments. Awards and honors: The 2016 O’Neill National Playwrights Conference (Semifinalist), Ken Davenport 10-Minute Play Festival (Winner), 11th Annual InspiraTO Festival (Finalist), Blue Ink Playwrighting Award (Semifinalist), and PICK OF THE VINE 2016 at Little Fish Theatre (Semifinalist).


Poster Art by Edgeworth
*AEA members 

Upcoming in 2016

MultiStages Script Development Series
a Swan Day Event celebrating Women in the Arts during Women’s History Month


A new play by Paula Cizmar
Directed by Lorca Peress
Video Consultant Christopher Marston
featuring Darlenis Duran, Russell Jordan* Candice Myers* Romy Nordlinger*
Tate Kenney and Keiza Tyson, assistants

*AEA members

One-Night Only Reading
Thursday, March 17, 2016
Shetler Studio
Penthouse 1
244 W. 54th St. (between 8th and Broadway)
Must RSVP:

JANUARY is a multimedia play about the effects of gun violence on our society. Paula Cizmar presents a shocking and emotive story set within the minds of the mothers of the 10 year-old victim and the 10 year-old killer.

When does public concern turn to obsession?
When does media reporting become exploitation?
Who is the victim?  What is our responsibility?
Can we change the gun situation in the US?

JANUARY was nominated for the Kilroy List and is a MultiStages 2013 New Works Finalist. An earlier version of JANUARY was presented in the 2014 New Works Festival.

full company


DARLENIS DURAN (Maya) is currently playing the lead in Carmen Rivera’s La Gringa at Repertorio Espanol. She appeared in the NY Television Festival 2013 and LA Web Series Festival 2014 official selection Henry web series. Stage credits include: Comida De Puta(HOLA Award Winner), Nadira Simone’s Here In Vain, Women Of Manhattan, Spike Heels, Please Have A Seat And Someone Will Be With You Shortly, and Women In Motion. She was runner up on Season 1 of NuvoTV’s Model Latina and has appeared in music videos, and print/commercial work. She has appeared in various independent films and is AP of HBO/NY International Latino Film Festival winner Crush.

RUSSELL JORDAN* (Henry, Media Presence) is grateful to Lorca Peress and MultiStages for the opportunity to be part of the ongoing development of Paula Cizmar’s JANUARY. Russell was part of the 2014 MultiStages New Works Festival reading of JANUARY, and in 2010 performed in MultiStages’ production of Jamuna Yvette Sirker’s Hell and High Water, or Lessons For When The Sky Falls. Russell is a two-time outstanding actor award recipient from the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, and is currently writing a one-person full-length play recounting his experience escaping the World Trade Center’s North Tower on September 11, 2001.

CANDICE MYERS* (Lauren) Selected theater credits include MultiStages Knowing Bliss by Arden Kass, Yeah Girl Whatever with The Dramatic Question Theater, and Third’s World written by Arthur W. French III and directed by Broadway veteran Arthur French.  She has appeared in television commercials for Comcast and The Maryland Lottery.  Recent appearances in the web series projects Friends or Just Roomies? (which she co-wrote and co-produced) and Q’s One Night Stands” (which has been accepted to several film festivals), and the TV show I Love You…But I Lied.

ROMY NORDLINGER* (Joyce, Media Presence) Selected theatre credits: Shakespeare’s Slave, Clurman Theatre Row, Lancelot at Judson Gym, Caligula at Kirk Theatre Row, Between Here and There with New Perspectives, R Culture at I.R.T, her original solo piece Nazimova at the Snapple & Metropolitan Playhouse with Stage Struck. She has performed her original play Lipshtick at the NY International Fringe Festival and MITF. Selected regional credits: Actors Theatre of Louisville, Wilma, Fleetwood Stage. Film & TV include Co-Star on Law & Order CI, One Life To Live, The Ruthless Spectator and the upcoming Stephen Frears film Florence. Narrator of over 150 audiobooks. Board Member League of Professional Theatre Women, Member NY Madness, Resonance Ensemble, Playwright Gallery.

VALORIE NICCORE* (Stage Directions) is a MultiStages Board Member, and has had the good fortune to work in engaging productions throughout the US. Regional California: Queen Ninetta in Carlo Gozzi’s, The Green Bird, Nastya The Whore, in Gorky’s, The Lower Depths; The Wife in Enrico Buenaventura’s The Autopsy from Documents From Hell; Picasso’s Desire Caught by the Tail, Countess Geschwitz in Wedekind’s, Lulu, directed by Martin Magner. Off Off Broadway: Lady Marlborough in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray (Oddysey Co.), Blanche in Dostoevsky’s The Gambler, and featured in MultiStages’ The Palace of Loneliness. TV: Fox’s America’s Most Wanted, All My Children, Another Worldand Loving. Web Series: Russian refugee in Medical Assistance.

*Members of AEA



PAULA CIZMAR (Playwright) is a playwright whose work often combines poetry and politics. Her plays have been produced at Portland Stage, San Diego Rep, Playwrights Arena @LATC, the Jungle Theater, among others.  Plays include Candy & Shelley Go To the Desert, The Chisera, Still Life with Parrot & Monkey, Street Stories, and Salvage (work-in-progress) for which she received a TCG/Mellon Foundation On the Road grant. She is the recipient of an NEA grant and is one of the writers of the documentary play Seven, which has been translated into 20+ languages and produced in over 30 countries. She is an assistant professor of playwriting at USC. January and The Chisera were first Kilroy List Nominations. January was a MultiStages 2013 New Works

CHRISTOPHER MARSTON (Video Design Consultant) is a filmmaker based in New York City. He collaborated with Lorca Peress on MultiStages’ 2015 production of Comida de Puta (F%&king Lousy Food) by Desi Moreno-Penson, and designed video for Dacyl Acevedo’s one-woman show Will Work For in 2013. Mr. Marston has extensive professional experience as a video editor (current clients include NBC Universal and Univision).  Also an accomplished cinematographer, previous work includes the entire eight-episode Webby Award winning series Gemini Rising (2010) and pilot for the new series The Weirdness (2015).

LORCA PERESS (Director, MultiStages Artistic Director) Recent MultiStages Directing Credits: Desi Moreno-Penson’s Comida de Puta (F%&king Lousy Food) (HOLA Award); Temple Of The Souls musical by Anita Velez-Mitchell, music Dean Landon/Anika Paris; book A. Velez-Mitchell, A. Paris, Lorca Peress (6 Innovative Theatre Nominations, 4 HOLA Awards). Other Credits: Bernstein’s MASS (Queens College, National Opera Assoc. 3rd Prize); Nichole Thompson Adams’ Black Girl You’ve Been Gentrified (Public Theatre). Faculty: NYU Tisch Strasberg Studio, Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Memberships: SDC, AEA, League of Professional Theatre Women (Co-President 2011-14), Creative Network for Federal Affairs Administration Office of the Governor of Puerto Rico. Bennington College and NTI graduate.



Lorca Peress MultiStages Artistic Director


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