About

inventive and accessible art facilitator.

Me, reusable water and red face included, after climbing the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan.

Me, reusable water and red face included, after climbing the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan.

 

I call myself a theatre artist and I am currently based someplace in-between the trees of the Coconino National Forest and the sunset of the Sonoran Desert (I rent in Tucson). 
I am a dramaturg, director, costume designer, stage manager, writer and photographer. Lately, I like to call myself a facilitator, as I am interested in using the method of theatre and performance to open up dialogues and give a voice to the voiceless. 

I believe the vitality of theatre is in its unique ability to put human beings in a place together and allow a space for confrontation and exploration by creating projects that allow the audience to explore and  understand the world in which they live. So, I am about to start graduate school to obtain my Masters in Public Administration, with a focus in environmental policy. I am particularly interested in the question of: how we do balance human rights and environmental rights?

Playwrights: please get in touch if you're interested in hiring a dramaturg to work with you on your script. Rates negotiable.

 

 

 

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