2016-17

El Paso Blue by Octavio Solís, directed by José Carrasquillo. For GALA Hispanic Theatre, Washington D.C.; Hugo Medrano, Producing Artistic Director. (Helen Hayes Awards Nomination)

The Merry Wives of Windsor by W. Shakespeare (opens June '17), directed by Dawn Monique Williams. For the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland; Bill Rauch, Artistic Director.

The Last Wife by Kate Hennig, directed by Nick Bowling. For TimeLine Theatre Company, PJ Powers, Artistic Director.

The Yeoman of the Guard by Gilbert & Sullivan; adapted and directed by Sean Graney. For the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland; Bill Rauch, Artistic Director.

Body/Courage written and performed by Danielle Pinock Wallace; directed by Megan Carney. For Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, Chicago; Tara Mallen, Artistic Director.

Cinderella at the Theater of the Potatoes written and composed by Andra Velis Simon, directed by Sean Graney. For The Hypocrites, Chicago; Sean Graney, Artistic Director.

Sunset Baby by Dominique Morrisseau, directed by Ron OJ Parson. For TimeLine Theatre Company, PJ Powers, Artistic Director.

La Esquinita, USA written and performed by Ruben González, directed by Kinán Valdez. For Arizona Theatre Company, Tucson; David Ira Goldstein, Artistic Director.

Romeo & Juliet by Shakespeare, adapted by Robert G. Anderson & Andrea Stevens, directed by Robert G. Anderson. For Illinois Theatre at The Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, UIUC.

 


2014-15

Seven Guitars by August Wilson, directed by Ron OJ Parson. For The Court Theatre, Chicago, IL; Charles Newell, Artistic Director. (Joseph Jefferson Awards Nomination)

Eat Your Heart Out by Courtney Baron, directed by Hallie Gordon. For Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, Chicago, IL; Tara Mallen, Artistic Director. 

Native Son adapted for the stage by Nambi Kelley, directed by Seret Scott. For Court Theatre, Chicago, IL; Carles Newell, Artistic Director.

Mariela en el desierto (“Mariela in the Dessert”) by Karen Zacarías, directed by Tlaloc Rivas. For Aurora Theatre, Lawrenceville, GA; Anthony Rodríguez, Artistic Director. *Invited and presented at the 2014 ENCUENTRO at the Los Angeles Theatre Center & Latino Theatre Center, Los Angeles, CA; José Luis Valenzuela, Artistic Director with the Latina/o Theatre Commons.

The Mecca Tales by Rohina Malik, directed by Rachel Edwards Horvith. For Chicago Dramatists, Chicago, IL; Russ Tutterow, Artistic Director. (Premiere)

Las mujeres verdaderamente tienen curvas (“Real Women Have Curves”) by Josefina López, directed by Luis Hernández. For Aurora Theatre, Lawrenceville, GA; Anthony Rodríguez, Artistic Director.

A Work of Art by Elaine Romero, directed by Henry Godinez. For Chicago Dramatists, Chicago, IL; Russ Tutterow, Artistic Director.

Béatrice et Bénédict by Berlioz, directed by Michael Foster. For Lyric Theatre @ Illinois, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, UIUC.


2008-2013 (selected)

 

Sarafina! by Mbongeni Ngema. For The Black Rep, St. Louis, Missouri; Ron Himes, Artistic Director.             

El Grito del Bronx by Migdalia Cruz, directed by Anthony Moseley, at The Goodman’s Owen Theater, Chicago, IL. For Collaboraction, Anthony Moseley, Artistic Director; and Teatro Vista, Eddie Torres, Artistic Director.

The Me Nobody Knows by William & Holt. For The Black Rep, St. Louis, Missouri; Ron Himes, Artistic Director.

Ruined by Lynn Nottage (Kevin Kline Nomination). For The Black Rep, St. Louis, Missouri; Ron Himes, Artistic Director.

The Homosexuals by Philip Dawkins, directed by Bonnie Metzgar at Victory Gardens Theater, Chicago, IL. For About Face Theatre, Chicago, IL; Bonnie Metzgar, Artistic Director.

American Wee Pie by Lisa Dillman; directed by Megan Carney. For Rivendell Ensemble Theatre Chicago, IL; Tara Mallen, Artistic Director.

Oliver! by Lionel Bart, directed by DJ Salisbury. For the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, Conway, AK; Rebekah Scallet, Artistic Director.

King Lear by Shakespeare, directed by Rebekah Scallet. For the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, Conway, Arkansas; Rebekah Scallet, Artistic Director.

Women at War (Workshop) directed by Megan Carney. For Rivendell Ensemble Theatre, Chicago, IL; Tara Mallen, Artistic Director.

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot by Stephen Adly Guirgis, directed by Lisa Gaye Dixon. For Illinois Theatre at The Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, UIUC. *Selected as entry to the World Stage Design Exhibit, Cardiff, Wales.