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Christopher Kalani Gabriel is a student of Jazz and German at Portland State University. He also plays with the jazz quartet, Gentle Jazz, and writes and records his original music. In his leisure time, he loves playing basketball, composing, cooking and spending time with his beautiful girlfriend, Stephanie. (4/2000)

Baile Romantico (2000)

Sydne D. Gabriel was practically born on the stage! She started dancing at the age of four, and has continued through today, appearing at PSU. She acted all through Junior High and Beaverton High, appearing in Singin' in the Rain. She was most recently seen in the role of Meg in A Lie of the Mind at Mount Hood Community College. Sydne is also a writer/songwriter. (9/89)
Electra (1989)
Sarah Gahagan is a costume and puppet designer for theatre, festivals and animated film. Some design credits include Trojan Women, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Three Sisters and I am My Own Wife. Sarah received a 2009 Drammy award for her design work on James and The Giant Peach and Eurydice. She attended University of Oregon, where she received a BS in Theatrical Production Design and a BFA in Fiber Arts. For more information, visit www.SarahGahagan.com. (May 2010)
El Quijote (2010)

Jaime Galán es natural de Cádiz (España) y  ha vivido en Portland desde el 2003. Ha trabajado en la industria del turismo haciendo sketches de humor y de baile en diversos hoteles de Andalucía y de las Islas Canarias. Hoy en día trabaja como maestro de español en una escuela primaria y esta muy agradecido al Milagro de po-der participar en una obra de un autor de su propia tierra como es García Lorca.  (1/2008)

Jaime Galán is a native of Cádiz, Spain, and has lived in Portland since 2003. He has worked in the tourism industry performing comedy and dance at a variety of hotels in Andalucía and the Canary Islands. He is currently working as a Spanish teacher in an elementary school and is grateful to the Miracle to be able to participate in a play by an author from his homeland such as García Lorca. (1/2008)

Bodas de Sangre (2008)
J. W. Gamble was last seen on stage as Owen in last spring's popular production of The Foreigner at the Portland Repertory. Other recent roles include Perelli in Requiem for a Heavyweight, Cornelius in The Matchmaker, and Starbuck in The Rainmaker, all at the Sumus Theatre. He is a graduate of the University of Oregon with a degree in Theatre and has also studied at the University of Southern California. In addition to acting, he is a producer, director and award-winning playwright. (9/87)
Antigone (1987)
Oedipus Rex (1986)
Cynthia Ganley got off to a big start in theatre at the small age of 3, performing her ONE WOMAN SHOW at the New Jersey "Shoprite," singing and dancing her way into the hearts of Saturday "grocery groupies." In her spare time she lives quietly, eats well, and listens to music every now and then. (5/85)
Waiting for Godot (1985)

David Galindo Cortes was born in Mexico and has lived in the U.S. for 13 years. David likes to write poetry, songs and has enjoyed being a part of Miracle Theatre’s Pluma Nueva program for the past three years. David is a graduate of Madison High School and The Road to Xibalbá is his professional stage debut. (09/06)

Road to Xibalba (2006)
Pluma Nueva (2006)
Pluma Nueva (2005)
Pluma Nueva (2004)
Enrique Galindo, 10 th Grade, Parkrose High School. Soy el único mejor estudiante mexicano de Parkrose High School. Me gusta actuar y quiero ser un actor profesional. Ya llevo tres años actuando. También me gusta jugar soccer y basketball. También le echo ganas para ser un jugador profesional de soccer. Me encanta estudiar porque quiero tener un futuro mejor, estoy obsesionado estudiando. Me encanta escribir canciones, poemas, poesías. Le voy a echar muchas ganas para que mis sueños se hagan realidad. La suerte va tener la mujer que se case conmigo porque va tener todo que una mujer desea tener. (6/05)
Pluma Nueva (2006)
Pluma Nueva (2005)
Pluma Nueva (2004)
Ana K. Garcia is a senior at David Douglas High School. She has been working at Miracle Theatre since Pluma Nueva started in 2004. She’s learned a lot of things since then, and thanks Olga Sanchez for this special opportunity to create the character of Gracie. She says it is a different, exciting and intensive play, but she’s very happy to be in it. (09/06)
Road to Xibalba (2006)
Pluma Nueva (2006)
Pluma Nueva (2005)
Pluma Nueva (2004)
Christian Garcia es originario de Michoacán, México. Ha participado en dos ocasiones en el Teatro Milagro en El Día de los Muertos Festival. También participó en la obra Fuente Ovejuna como Flortuño y esta es su segunda aparición con Teatro Español. “El arte del teatro es como un sueño de colores, de arco iris, donde brotan emociones inesperadas que nacen de un momento a otro.” Dice él: “Eso es para mí y simplemente lo es.” (4/2007)

Christian García is originally from Michoa-can, Mexico. At Miracle, he has performed twice in El Día de los Muertos Festival. He was also seen in Fuente Ovejuna as Flortuño, and this is his second appearance with Teatro Español. “The art of theatre is like a dream of colors, of rainbows, where unexpected emotions are born at any moment.” That’s what it is for Christian, he says — simply that.(4/2007)

Rosalba y los Llaveros (2007)
Día de los Muertos (2004)
Fuente Ovejuna (2004)
Día de los Muertos (2003)
Frank Garcia, Jr. is the present Board president of MTG, in his second year of office. He has appeared in Boxcar, My Visits with MGM, Alone in the Water and most recently, Heroes & Saints, all produced by the Miracle theatre. Currently he is employed by the state of Oregon. (4/95)

The Fat-Free Chicana & the Snow Cap Queen (1995)
Matachines (1995)
Heroes & Saints (1994)
My Visits with MGM (1994)
Boxcar (1993)
Camino Confusion/Confusion Street (1993)

Board Member 1994 & 1995

Francisco D. Garcia is a graduate of Portland State University and has performed locally for Artists Repertory Theatre, Oregon Children's Theatre, CoHo Productions, Profile Theatre Project, The Haven Project, and the Miracle Theatre. He toured the West Coast from 2000-2001 acting with Teatro Milagro and teaching bilingual workshops to middle and high school aged students and underserved youth. His film work includes the independent feature "The Gas Café", which premiered in April of 2003 at the Northwest Film Center, and various short films and commercials filmed in the Pacific Northwest. He thanks Merri Garcia for her undying friendship, love, and support.(4/04)

Marketing Assistant 5/3/2000 - 5/4/2001

Tino Does Time (2004)
PROFECIA (2001)
Christmas Crisis in Las Cruces! (2000)
Día de los Muertos (2000)
Fortuna de la Vida (2000)
The American Sueño (2000)
The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico (2000)
Cenizas (1999-2000)
La Posada (1999)
Día de los Muertos (1999)
Jim Garcia: This is Jim's second production on Miracle Mainstage after References To Salvador Dali Make Me Hot. In Icarus, Jim¹s been afforded the opportunity to work and discover life with multiple sclerosis, explore unconditional love, and beat the be-jesus out Shuhe (thanks, buddy). Jim's next performance is in Portland Center Stage¹s production of Flesh and Blood. (9/01)
Icarus (2001)
References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot (2001)
Cancíon de Libertad (1994)
El Niño Diego (1993)
Laurel Pilar Garcia is a graduate of Lewis and Clark College, Theatre Arts and minor in Latin American Studies. She has worked in theatre companies throughout the county including Teatro La Tea in New York. For the last year Garcia has been working on the Miracle Mainstage as a stage manager and performer in many productions such as Día de los Muertos Festival (1999), True History of Coca Cola in Mexico, New Accents and most recently Día de los Muertos Festival (2000). (10/01)
Viva Baile! Danza Tropical (2002)
Día de los Muertos (2001)
Icarus (2001)
PROFECIA (2001)
Christmas Crisis in Las Cruces! (2000)
Día de los Muertos (2000)
Life is a Dream (2000)
Our Mexican Heritage (2000)
Baile Romantico (2000)
The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico (2000)
La Posada (1999)
Día de los Muertos (1999)

Mario López García es originaria de la Cd. de México y ahora residente en Portland desde hace varios años. Mario ha trabajado en la comunidad especialmente con los jóvenes como entrenador de futbol. También ha participado en varios eventos culturales en las escuelas del Distrito de Portland al igual que en la iglesia. En el año 2006, empezó su participación en las pastorelas motivando así su gusto por la actuación. Agradezca a Dios por este sueño. Gracias a Nelda y todo su equipo por la oportunidad. (March 2012)

Mario López García is originally from Mexico City and has lived in Portland for several years.  Mario has worked in the community, especially with young adults as a soccer coach. He has also participated in a variety of cultural events in the Portland School District as well as his church. In 2006, he began to participate in pastorelas, which led him to acting. He thanks God for this dream. Thanks to Nelda and the whole team for the opportunity. (March 2012)

Jardin de Sueños (2012)
Santiago García is a theater director, theorist and founder of the renowned Colombian theater ensemble Teatro La Candelaria, one of the most important theater groups in Latin America. La Candelaria (http://www.teatrolacandelaria.org.co) was founded in 1966 by a group of independent artists and intellectuals who came from experimental theater and the broader Colombian cultural movement. Directed by Santiago García, La Candelaria is one of Colombian theater’s most innovative agents, modernizing national drama while addressing popular audiences. By means of an ongoing exploration of national folklore, situations and characters, they have created some of Colombia’s most compelling plays, some of them through the method of creación colectiva (collective creation), addressing the acute social and political problems of their society. At the same time, they fostered the creation of Corporación Colombiana del Teatro and have developed a number of theoretical works that reflect upon dramatic creation, its methods and languages. La Candelaria is committed to repertoire, experimentation and discussion as fundamental elements of artistic creation. (May 2010)
El Quijote (2010)
Servando Garcia Jr. hails from Tracey, California and is the father of four children. While living in California, he studied at San Joaquin Delta College in correctional science and worked for the State Fire Marshals Office. As a boy he discovered that he had the gift of sight when a feeling came over him telling him to pull his brother moments before he approached a big pit that served as a bear trap. His sight has kept him out of trouble and led him to the Miracle Theatre last summer when he appeared in the Hispanic Playreading Series at Portland State.
Día de los Muertos (1997)
X-Flock 209 (1996)
Affirmative Action (1996)
The Fat-Free Chicana & the Snow Cap Queen (1996)
Cherie Gauthier, born in Klamath Falls, is of French-Canadian and Klamath Indian Roots. She is a student at Portland Community College, where she is studying to become a nutritionist. This marks Cherie's debut with the Miracle Theatre.(7/93)
Camino Confusion/Confusion Street (1993)
Joan "Juanita" Gibson appears in her third show with the Miracle. She has studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles and is working towards her BA in theatre at Portland State University. When not practicing her craft, Joan enjoys all the fine things life has to offer. (4/92)
El Niño Diego (1993)
Latina (1992)
The Child Diego (1992)
El Zorro (1992)
Medea (1990)
The Magic Stone (1990)
Nicole Gladwin: This is Nicole's sixth show at the Miracle this season, and she is grateful to be closing the season with this very special show. It is a joy to witness the beautiful journey of these people as they seek something better in a new world. Nicole makes the world better partly through her involvement in the Rexella Stupid Art Collective, a group of writers, musicians, visual artists and theater practitioners based in SE Portland. Nicole thanks her cast and crew for their work and patience.(5/02)
A Bicycle Country (2002)
Yerma (2002)
FRIDA, un retablo (2002)
El Grincho's El Dorado Escapade! (2001)
Día de los Muertos (2001)
Icarus (2001)
Emily Gleason was was last seen at Miracle in Boomcracklefly, and before that El Quijote, La Carpa Calavera and La Carpa del Ausente. Other favorite productions include: Biglittethings and Frogz (Imago Theater), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Willamette Shakespeare Co), Alice in Wonderland (Nomadic Theater), Brecht: The Jewish Wife & The Informer (Quick & Dirty Art Project) and Killing Time (The 3rd Floor). She has appeared on film in The Falls and Bottled Youth. In the community, Emily is busy teaching with PlayWrite, and devising new work — such as her current project Watched — that explores human relationships with technology. (May 2011)
Lazarillo (2011)
Boomcracklefly (2011)
El Quijote (2010)
La Carpa del Ausente (2007)
La Carpa Calavera (2006)

Kelly Godell This is Kelly's first time performing with Milagro. She has a BA in theater from the University of Oregon and has been acting in Portland since 2006. Kelly has most recently appeared in Noises Off with Third Rail Repertory. Other Portland credits include Profile Theatre, Leverage, Northwest Classical, Lakewood Theatre and a slew of commercial work (May 2014)

Learn to Be Latina (2014)

Michael Godsey first appeared with the Miracle in Teatro Milagro's 1992 production of The Truer Story of Columbus and went on to play in Boxcar and The Miser of Mexico. He also appeared in Earth Summit and directed and acted in King of the Fruit People with Teatro Milagro in the mid-1990s. In the intervening years, he has appeared in numerous plays and musicals with Corvallis Community Theatre, Albany Civic Theatre and Actor's Cabaret Eugene before returning to Portland. Upon returning to Portland, he played Lord Capulet in Romeo and Juliet at his alma mater, Concordia University. Michael last appeared on the Miracle Mainstage in last season's Christmas Crisis in Las Cruces as Paco, the elote toting circus freak. He also appeared as Conrade in the Portland Actor's Ensemble's Shakespeare-in-the-parks production of Much Ado About Nothing last summer. When he's not onstage, Dr. Godsey is a research scientist in structural biochemistry at Oregon Health & Science University, where he earned his Ph.D. in December, just before marrying his Lady Capulet, Marci Cochran, who works at Tygres Heart Shakespeare Company. (2/02)
Yerma (2002)
References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot (2001)
Christmas Crisis in Las Cruces! (2000)
Rey de la Gente Frutal (1994)
Boxcar (1993)
Earth Summit (1993)
The Miser of Mexico (1993)
The Truer Story of Columbus (1992)

Sara Fay Goldman is honored to return to the Milagro stage for another Día de los muertos! Finding herself in a deficit of Latin culture, the native South Miamian first joined the celebration in 2010, ¡Viva Don Juan¡, and then served as Vocal Coach for 2011's ¡Viva La Revolución!, both under Olga's direction. Sara Fay is a member of Fuse Theatre Ensemble as well as a regular collaborator with Jewish Theatre Collaborative and Portland Actors Ensemble as both performer and production staff. Favorite Portland acting credits include Hero/Dogberry (Much Ado About Nothing, PAE), the boy (Sonnetscape, Fuse), and Mitch (Everything Will Be Fine, a web series written and directed by Scott Tebeau). Many thanks to Arturo and the ensemble, también Edelia y Abuela Priva por el español, and of course Erik.(October 2012)

Raíz (2012)
íViva la Revolución (2011)
Viva Don Juan! (2010)
Andrew Golla is currently the Artistic Director of Portland Theatre Works, an organization dedicated exclusively to the development of new work for theatre. Prior to moving to Portland he received his M.F.A. in Directing from the University of Iowa, where he was also a dramaturg in the Playwright’s Workshop. He has directed over a dozen world premiere productions, as well as productions of classical and contemporary plays. (09/06)
Road to Xibalba (2006)

Daniel Gómez was born in Argentina and started his studies of classical guitar, with Prof. Gladys Colantonio at "Escuela Argentina de Guitarra" when he was 8 years old. Since 1985 he studied at the National School of Music "Carlos López Bouchardo" with Prof. Oscar Olmedo and Prof. Ricardo Elías. He later studied harmony and improvisation with the guitarists Juan Barrueco and Armando Alonso. In 1994 he took part in the "Berklee Seminar in Argentina" with the American guitarist, Bruce Barlett, later taking lessons in with L.A. jazz guitarist, Sid Jacobs. Daniel has been part of the duo "Dos guitarras de Tango" together with Martín Bendetti, which has performed in several Buenos Aires venues. In 1999, he took part as a composer, arranger and interpreter in several tracks from the record "Cuando canta el corazón" and "Tangos para fin de Siglo", accompanying the tango singer, Isabel Mendoza. He has also worked in different cities in Argentina, accompanying Cacho Castaña (tango), Jorge Marziali (folklore) and "Opus Cuatro" among others. In 2001, he cut his first CD as a solist: "Tango de Aquellos.” In 2001 he started a tango duo, with Claudio Méndez, with whom he has just edited a new CD, called "TANGO NUESTRO".(5/07)

¡Viva Baile! (2007)
Christina Gonzales is appearing in her first show with MTG. She is very thankful to her mother for making her aware of the theatre. She is very happy to be in the show and hopes to do more acting in the future with MTG. (10/94)
Heroes & Saints (1994)
Cristina Perry Gonzales es estudiante de Portland State University, esta es su primera producción teatral, aparte de su escuela dedica su tiempo a su familia y el trabajo comunitario. Es voluntaria y miembro de la mesa directiva de KBOO, además forma parte de MECHA (Movimiento Chicano de Aztlan). (5/05)
El Jardín de Sueños (2005)
Carolina González is in the 8th grade and goes to Sylvan Middle School. This is her first out of school play. She has a goldfish named Sam and a dog named Bingo. Her family consists of vie people: Her mother, father, her two younger brothers and her older brother. If she is not rehearsing, she is at home or out with her friends. Oh yeah, and she loves pizza. (9/96)
Chavez (1996)
Julio Gonzalez, Technical Assistant 2/1/2002 - 7/2004  
Maria E. González: "It has been quite an experience working for the Miracle Theatre, especially since my son is the boss. But since then I've enjoyed being able to do what I thought I couldn't do." (10/01)
Día de los Muertos (2001)
The Fat-Free Chicana & the Snow Cap Queen (1995)
Heroes & Saints (1994)
Festival de Danza y Musica (1994)
Festival de Navidad (1993)
Boxcar (1993)
Ocho Elenas para Esteban (1993)
Latina (1992)
Marilu Gonzalez is originally from Saginaw, MI. She has lived in the Portland area for four years. She is a graduate of Saginaw Valley University with a major in Spanish and Art and a minor in Theatre.(10/03)
Día de los Muertos (2003)
Osvaldo “Ozzie” González is an architect by day and an actor by night. Ozzie moved to Portland with his family in 2008 and loves it here.  His acting credits include Miracle’s 2008 production, ¡Viva la Revolución!, Bottom the Weaver in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Caterpillar in Alice through the Looking Glass, and Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. Ozzie has also performed locally as guest storyteller in Portland Story Theatre’s Valentine’s Show.   (May 2012)
Oedipus el Rey (2012)
Canta y no llores (2009)
Ignacio Gonzalez-Reyes has been a Portlander since 1987. He was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. In 1990 he appeared on stage for the first time at the Lakewood Center for the Arts production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. After closing the show, Ignacio went on a ten month journey through Spain, Italy and Mexico to work on several literature projects. Ignacio has a degree in Psychology and works in the Portland metropolitan area as a Childcare Specialist. He is also currently enrolled at Portland State University in the Community Counseling Graduate Program. (4/91)
Aventuras de Don Quixote (1991)
Ian Goodrich is very pleased to be working for Milagro again. He most recently performed for the Working Theater Collective in Houstatlantavegas/Peekaboo. Some previous credits include (Quick & Dirty Art Project, 2010, Dramaturg/Husband), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (PSU/TASO, 2011, Dramaturg/El-Fayoumi), and Mariela in the Desert (Miracle Theatre Group, 2007, Dramaturg).(February 2012)
Boleros for the Disenchanted (2012)
Mariela in the Desert (2007)

Andrew Goodridge holds a BA in poetry and studied acting at Northwester University in Chicago. He has also studied Art History in Madrid, Spain. As a development assistant at Miracle Theatre Group, Andrew sends his thanks to everyone for supporting his first season with the theatre. (9/96)

Development Assistant 7-12, 1996

X-Flock 209 (1996)
Affirmative Action (1996)
Chavez (1996)
Troy Gordon started fencing when he was twelve. He has been fight master for The Fantastiks and Romeo and Juliet, in which he also played the role of Romeo. He has worked as a stage manager, lighting designer, and set builder. He has lit a video for MTV and worked the '88 Summer Olympics for NBC. (4/92)
El Zorro (1992)
Aimée Colette Gould heralds from Connecticut where she worked both as an actress and dancer for over six years. In addition to performing throughout the country, this gypsy at heart has also appeared in Mexico. She received her BA in Psychology from Tennessee's Vanderbuilt University and is currently a residential treatment counselor for adolescents.
Mi Gente mi Vida (1995)
Tamara Castillo Gray has been working as a director, choreographer and performer for the last seventeen years. She has been a faculty member of Portland State University, Linfield College, Mt Hood Community College and Clark College. Additionally she has worked with the faculty of Julliard and Ailey Schools. Castillo Gray ahs collaborated with both regional and national artists and her work has been commissioned by art Quake, Bumbershoot, and Ten Pass Dance Series in New York. (10/01)
Día de los Muertos (2001)
References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot (2001)
Día de los Muertos (2000)
Baile Romantico (2000)
Día de los Muertos (1998)
Entre Dos Mundos (1998)
Heroes & Saints (1994)
Cancion de Libertad (1994)
Festival de Danza y Musica (1994)
My Visits with MGM (1994)
Festival de Navidad (1993)
Shadow of a Man (1993)
Camino Confusion/Confusion Street (1993)
Latina (1992)
El Zorro (1992)
Cuentos (1992)
Aventuras de Don Quixote (1991)
Anthony Green holds a BFA in Theatre Arts and a Master of Theatre Studies in Production and Design from Southern Oregon University. Tony always looks forward to returning to Milagro. He was previously seen at Milagro in How The Garcia Girls Lost Their AccentBoomCrackleFly and the Drammy Award winning Oedipus El Rey. Recent credits include his critically acclaimed role as Enobarbus in Anthony and Cleopatra with Portland Actors Ensemble and Albany in King Lear at NWCTC. Other Portland credits include Cardinal Pandolph in King John Borachio and Friar Francis in Much Ado About Nothing, the Duke in Two Gentlemen of Verona and Persuasion. He wants to dedicate this performace to the memory of his abuelitos Armando and Amalia. (October 2014)
¡O Romeo! (2014)
Oedipus el Rey (2012)
Boomcracklefly (2011)
How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents (2010)
Skeeter Greene is thrilled to be returning to Miracle. The circle is complete. This very exciting year began with Yemaya's Belly (Miracle Theater), Most Dangerous Women (Aurora Chorus w/Jan Maher), Thymus Vulgaris (Readers Repertory Theater), Mysteries of the Heart (ART PlayLab). She just finished the summer with Quintessence's FaceReader in the role of Trade. In 2003, after a twelve year break from acting, she graduated from Portland Actors Conservatory where she was seen in Book of Days directed by Don Alder, and A Piece of My Heart directed by Beth Harper. She was also in Well Arts Institute's Wellness III directed by Kate Hawkes. Her previous theater work began in New York City after attending Parsons School of Design. She has appeared in film and television and is credited in the movie "One Trick Pony". She thanks her husband, Vincent, for all his love and support. (09/04)
Lorca in a Green Dress (2004)
Yemaya's Belly (2004)
Will Sonera Gregg is happy to return to Portland theatre after a 10-year hiatus, during which he performed regularly on the Mount Hood Railroad Excursion Train. Past favorite roles include Berger in Hair at PCT, Treat in Orphans at ART and The Actor/ young Arthur Kipps in The Woman in Black at Sylvia’s. Will earned his degree in theatre from Oregon State University and is a 1996 graduate of the National Shakespeare Conservatory in New York. (May 2010)
El Quijote (2010)
Unmerciful Good Fortune (1997)
Philip Gregory came to Portland one year ago. He is virtually unknown and doesn't really mind. Thank you. Ho.Hum. Ok! Philip performed in the Miracle Theatre production of Tango last spring. He has also taught drama in the Oregon City school system and at the Training Ground in Portland. He holds a BFA in Theatre and Dance from Kent State University. (3/87)
The Death & Life of Sneaky Fitch (1987)
Tango (1986)
William S. Gregory is a Portland area playwright who has written to date over 36 scripts, including new translations such as Fuente Ovejuna, and adaptations such as Edward II for Triangle! Productions. His works are often cited for their richness of language and use of unexpected humor. Coho Productions produced his plays Mary Tudor (1999) and Child of Pleasure (2003), and he has contributed to A Grimm Late Night (2000) produced by Spectre Productions. Mr. Gregory is a member of the Dramatist Guild of America. (4/05)
Fuente Ovejuna (2005)
Vicente “El Cartucho” Griego from Embudo, New Mexico has devoted his life to the study of cante flamenco, the art of flamenco singing. In 1992, Vicente began touring the U.S., Canada and Latin America, with the Jose Greco II Flamenco Dance Company, where he was mentored by Caño Roto singer, Alfonso “Veneno” of Madrid, Spain. Griego has also studied with renowned flamenco artists Chuscales from Granada, Spain. Vicente currently performs weekly with Jose Valle “Chuscales” and continues to perform with flamenco groups across the U.S. To quote a review of a recent performance for the World Music Festival of Chicago: Vicente Griego “El Cartucho” is striking for his deep, sonorous wails that seem to come from a cavern, someplace deep within his soul... (5/07)
¡Viva Baile! (2007)
James Griener is a native Oregonian who returns after numerous performances elsewhere to make his Portland debut in Lysistrata. (9/88)
Lysistrata (1988)
Evan Griffiths began dancing tango 4 years ago in Eugene, Oregon, where he is lovingly known as the local tango prodigy. His 12 years of classical piano studies lends itself to Evan's musicality. He has danced in Buenos Aires and countless cities across the Western states, and has been teaching for the last 2 years in Oregon and Colorado. (4/03)
Tango al Tiempo (2003)
Angela Guajardo is 5 years old and lives in Gervais with her two brothers and sister. She loves her pets and loves to dance. She appeared as a mouse in Eugene Ballet's The Nutcracker in 1993. (10/94)
Heroes & Saints (1994)
Anita Guajardo is 3 years old and lives in Woodburn with her 2 brothers and sister. She loves to act and dance and is an aspiring performer. Heroes and Saints is her Portland premier.(10/94)
Heroes & Saints (1994)
Gabe Guajardo is six, and lives in Woodburn with his brother and 2 sisters. He wants to move to Portland and live in a big building. This is his first performance. (10/94)
Heroes & Saints (1994)
Joe Guerra spends his weekends in his real life, doing military operations for the National Guard. Joe has worked as a model, an actor, and has received many medals for his military accomplishments. This is his first production for the Miracle Theatre. (4/93)
U Got the Look (1995)
My Visits with MGM (1994)
Festival de Navidad (1993)
Shadow of a Man (1993)
The Miser of Mexico (1993)
Festival de Navidad (1993)
Cody Gunn would like to thank Miracle Theater and especially Rebecca Martinez for the opportunity to contribute to this production. Cody has previously written a theatrical adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe’s The Cask of Amontillado. His first disciplines are acting and directing, for which Cody earned a Bachelor of Arts at Texas A&M University under the tutelage of Oscár Giner. Memorable highlights of his acting career include Charlie in Speed-the-Plow and Nick Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. (10/04)
Día de los Muertos (2004)
Fortuna de la Vida (1998)
Cloud Tectonics (1998)
Cafe Con Leche (1998)
Día de los Muertos (1997)

Cindy Williams Gutiérrez is originally from a Texas border town, Cindy Williams Gutiérrez has spent the second half of her life as a West Coast gypsy - moving from the Bay Area to Seattle, and recently settling in Portland. Milagro on Calle 401K (2002) is her second play commissioned by the Miracle Theater, following her successful debut with El Grincho's El Dorado Escapade! Cindy is also the Artistic Director for the new spoken-word program at the Miracle, ¡Viva la Word!, for which she directed Familia, Food and Fiesta and edited Milagro Press' first chapbook earlier this year. An award-winning poet, Cindy won the 2000 Bart Baxter Performance Poetry Competition sponsored by the Washington Poets Association and has received several honorable mentions for her traditional verse poems. Her work has been published in ZYZZYVA, Chiyo's Corner, PoetsWest and hipfish. In addition to being a writer, Cindy has spent over 20 years as a marketing executive in the hi-tech industry. She is currently principal of Sage Marketing, an adjunct faculty member in the MBA Program at Marylhurst University and a Corporate Sponsor of the Software Association of Oregon. She would like to thank her mother, Elizabeth Gutiérrez Williams, Sandra Rickert and Bob Timmel for their generous dramaturgical assistance with this play. Happy holidays to all! (4/03)

Conquista & Rebellion 2003
Milagro on Calle 401K (2002)
Familia, Food & Fiesta (2002)
Día de los Muertos (2001)

Board Member and Past President 4/2006 - 3/2009 (See Cindy Kirshner)

José Gutiérrez, also known as Marcha, was born in Los Angeles and began rapping when he was 10 years old. He has played Portland, Seattle, and L.A. with other revolutionary artists such as Quetzal, 2Mex, Blue Scholars, Olmeca, El Vuh, y Native Guns. Currently, he is working on his second album, “La Segunda Llegada”. By day, he works with kids, teaching hip-hop as a way of positive self-expression. (May 2011)

Lazarillo (2011)
Vicente Guzman-Orozco returns once again to the company of his professional debut (two decades and hundreds of performances later). He was last seen in Miracle’s Entre Villa y una Mujer Desnuda in 2010. Other memorable shows from Vicente’s many years at Miracle include The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa, Heroes and Saints,and Te llevo en la sangre, and from 1995-98, as resident playwright he wrote 8 plays for the touring company. Other favorite productions include the premiere of Cupid and Psyche (Stark Raving Theatre), ¡Entusiasmo! (Do Jump!), and A Streetcar Named Desire and Take Me Out (Artists Repertory Theatre). (May 2013)

Vicente Guzmán-Orozco vuelve una vez más a la compañía que lo vio hacer su debut  profesional (20 años y centenares de funciones después). En la temporada 2008-2009 del Miracle Theatre, fue parte de  The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa, interpretando a la cabeza de Pancho Villa. Otras actuaciones  memorables en el Milagro incluyen Heroes and Saints, Corazón Gitano y Te llevo en la sangre. Otras de sus producciones predilectas son Cupid and Psyche (Stark Raving Theatre), ¡Entusiasmo! (Do Jump!) y Take Me Out (Artists Repertory Theatre). (2/2010)

Dance for a Dollar (2013)
Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda (2010)
The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa (2009)
Te llevo en la sangre (2009)
Clean (2006)
La Noche Eterna (2005)
Vision del Jaguar (1997)
En Este Valle de Lagrimas (1997)
Corazon Gitano (1997)
Velvet, Velour & Burlap (1997)
Regreso a mis Suenos (1996)
En Este Valle de Lagrimas (1996)
Posada 187 (1995)
El Sueno Americano (1995)
En Este Valle de Lagrimas (1995)
Heroes & Saints (1994)
Voices from the Threshold (1994)
Cancion de Libertad (1994)
Festival de Navidad (1993)
El Niño Diego (1993)
Cuentos (1992)

 

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