El voicenote tiene que ser menos de 1 minuto
Artistic Co-Producer: Armando Rivera, Teatro Chelsea
Alexander Castillo-Nuñez as Segundo
Jessibel Falcón as Mujer del counter
Adobuere Ebiama as Anais & Alicia
Jon Rodriguez as Tio Juan & John
Ricky Holguin as Luke
Michael Hisamoto as Ji Hoon
Inés de la Cruz as Tia Yubely
Meet the Cast & Creatives
Alexander (he/him) is a Dominican actor raised in Boston, currently residing in Arizona. “El Voicenote Tiene Que Ser Menos de 1 Minuto” is his first Boston theatre appearance since 2017. Theatre credits include, “Accidental Death of an Anarchist” (Praxis Stage), “Crime and Punishment” (Salem Theatre), and “Turtles” (Boston Public Works).
Anais & Alicia
Adobuere Ebiama is a multi disciplinary artist whose practices center around using various forms of expression as a gateway to personal freedom. By finding what drives personal freedom of truth in expression, Adobuere seeks to support, strengthen and build community, focused on women and black & brown communities.
Tio Juan & John
Jon Rodriguez is a Dominican New Yorker from the Lower East Side. His favorite credits include playing the Piragua Guy from In The Heights and working at Repertorio Español in their musical “La Cancion” as the rap star in the making “Star”.
Ricardo “Ricky” Holguin was recently seen in SpeakEasy Stage Company’s The Inheritance. Boston credits include Willy Wonka, James and the Giant Peach (Wheelock Family Theater), 1776, Man of La Mancha, Fiddler on the Roof directed by Austin Pendleton (New Repertory Theatre), Altar Boyz (Greater Boston Stage Company), Kiss of the Spider Woman, LaChiusa’s The Wild Party (Moonbox Productions), and Guys and Dolls (Reagle Music Theatre).
Michael Hisamoto* (he/him/his) is an actor, playwright, director, and producer who has worked with theaters including the Huntington Theatre Company, Trinity Repertory Company, Lyric Stage Company, Hope Summer Repertory Theatre, SpeakEasy Stage, Wheelock Family Theatre, and many more.
Inés de la Cruz
Inés de la Cruz
Inés (she/her) is a Boston based actor and director. Past acting credits include: Think of Me Tuesday (Gloucester Stage), Sonia Se Fue (Teatro Chelsea), Wolf Play (Company One Theater), Marriage, Mentiras, and Mantras (Escena Latina Teatro), Prohibido Suicidarse en Primavera (Escena Latina Teatro), This Place / Displaced (Artists’ Theater of Boston), Yo Soy Lola, The Latina Narrative: Reclaimed, Wrestling with Freedom III (Our Place Theatre Project).
Paloma Valenzuela is a Dominican-American, screenwriter, playwright and filmmaker originally from the city of Boston. She is the creative director of the production company La Palomita Productions. She is the writer/producer/creator of the comedic web series “The Pineapple Diaries”.