Socorro Santiago has appeared on Broadway in The Bacchae (dir. Michael Cacoyannais, Circle In the Square). Her Off Broadway credits include L'illusion adapted by Tony Kushner (dir. Brian Kulik, New York Theatre Workshop), The Promise by José Rivera (dir. David Esbjorson, The Ensemble Studio Theatre), Three Sisters (dir. Zelda Fichlandler, The Acting Company), and De Donde? (New York Shakespeare Festival). Her regional appearances include The Clean House by Sara Ruhl (dir. Jeff Zinn, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater), Living Out by Lisa Loomer (dir. Wendy Goldberg, Denver Center for the Performing Arts), Trojan Women (dir. JoAnne Akalaitis, Shakespeare Theatre Company), and Nilo Cruz's Two Sisters and a Piano (The Old Globe). Ms. Santiago's film and television credits include Order of Redemption, All Good Things, Virgin, Devil's Advocate, Heaven's Prisoners, Night Falls On Manhattan, "The Eddie Matos Story," "The Cosby Mysteries," "Third Watch," "Law & Order," "Kings" (pilot, dir. Francis Lawrence), and "All My Children," for which she received the ALMA (American Latin Media Arts) Award.