Tania Del Valle
NY Theater: Evensong (nominated for Best Lead Actress, New York Innovative Theater Awards) Astoria Performing Arts Center;Mourning Sun, West End Theater; After the Crowds (NY Times Critics’ Pick) Queens Theater; The Asphalt Kiss (NY Times Critics’ Pick) 59E59; 3 to a Session, Theatre Row; Regional Theater: A Christmas Carol, Virginia Stage Company; Noche De Los Asesinos, Burgos, Spain; Film: What It Was (available on Amazon); Queen of Glory; TV: Gotham; The Blacklist; Royal Pains; Law & Order; Jonny Zero. Arlene is also Co-Founder of Liberation Arts Collective, whose production of Where You From? What You Be About? Is nominated for 2 New York Innovative Theater Awards.
appeared at South Coast Rep recently in A Doll’s House, Part 2, and in Fool for Love. As an acting company member at Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) for 25 years, he participated in more than 70 productions including most recently August: Osage County, the world premiere of Ghost Light by Tony Taccone and as assistant director of A Streetcar Named Desire. His other credits include the world premiere of Continental Divide by David Edgar (OSF, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, in the U.K. at Birmingham Repertory and the Barbican Center in London) and the world premiere of X’s and O’s by K.J. Sanchez (Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Baltimore Center Stage). He also has performed at the Old Globe Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, Intiman Theatre, Denver Center Theatre Company, Virginia Stage Company, Mechanic Theatre, Artists Repertory Theatre, Merrimack Repertory Theatre and Portland Center Stage. Geisslinger’s film and television credits include Grimm, Cheers, St. Elsewhere, News Radio, Nowhere Man, Dead by Sunset, A Thousand Heroes, Imaginary Crimes and American Playhouse: The Skin of Our Teeth.
Pablo Del Valle
REGIONAL: Usnavi at Zach Theatre of Austin; Edward II at MOCA Chicago and Red Cat Los Angeles dir. Sam Gold; A Midsummer Night’s Dream at MOCA Chicago and Red Cat Los Angeles dir. Joe Dowling; The Imaginary Invalid at Shakespeare Theatre of D.C. dir. Keith Baxter; Hope: Part II of a Mexican Trilogy with the Center Theatre Group and the Latino Theatre Company of Los Angeles; Blue Man Group at Briar Street Theatre in Chicago; (Workshop) Bella: An American Tale at Sundance Musical Theatre Lab dir. Robert O’Hara. TV: Go On dir. Beth McCarthy-Miller; Metro (Pilot) dir. Stephen Gaghan; Medium; CSI: Miami; The Electric Company. Education: The Juilliard School B.F.A. Instagram: @Keefdabeef.
A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Robynn Rodriguez is delighted to return to ATC where she was most recently seen in last season’s Outside Mullingar. For twenty-two seasons, Robynn was a member of the resident acting company at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, where she appeared in over 40 productions. Her work has been seen at Berkeley Rep, Public Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, La Jolla Playhouse, Intiman Theatre, Denver Center Theatre Company, The Shakespeare Theatre, The Barbican Center (in London), and Birmingham Rep (UK), among others. www.robynnrodriguez.com
is of Salvadorian descent and is attending Arizona State University. He will be the first person in his family to graduate this upcoming spring with a Bachelor’s degree in acting. Victor has never performed in a live stage production until now. He is very excited to be part in his first performance with ATC and he is excited to meet new people and make this opportunity count. He also like to thank Micha Espinoza (professor) and Marcelino Quiñonez (mentor) as both have prepared and pursue his passion for acting. He also thanks his family and former co-workers for their support.
is currently in his junior year of college studying at Arizona State University; pursuing the acting concentration within the theatre major. Very excited to be a part of an ATC show for the very first time and happy to be working with everyone in the production.
is a senior theatre major attending Arizona State University. He has previously been seen in such productions as A Christmas Carol by Theatre Works Peoria, My Own Way by New Carpa Theatre Company, Q-Kid Rap by Rising Youth Theatre, and the ASU Mainstage production, Haboob. Native Gardens marks Christian’s debut performance with Arizona Theatre Company.
has performed around the valley for over 20 years since she first arrived from the East coast. Most recently, in A/C Theatre Company’s Wild Party (Madeline True). A few of her favorite roles include: In The Heights (Abuela Claudia), 1070 (Undocumented Mother), Guys and Dolls (Adelaide), How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Smitty), Shrek the Musical (Dragon), Little Shop of Horrors (Chiffon), Little Mermaid (Sea Witch), Footloose (Rusty), Lucky Stiff (Rita LaPorta), Man of La Mancha (Antonia/Aldonza) and West Side Story (Anita). Amor para mi Papi, for his never ending support. On Instagram @instaboricua.
is the founder of Book-It and Founding Co-Artistic Director ofBook-It Repertory Theatre in Seattle. In her30 years dedication of staging literature, she has directed, adapted, produced and acted in upwards of 120 world premiere adaptations. She co-directed with Tom Hulce the Cider House Rules which enjoyed successful runs in NYC (Atlantic Theatre, Drama Desk Nomination) L.A, (The Mark Taper Forum, Ovation Award) and Seattle (Seattle Repertory Theatre and Book-It, Gregory Awards). For Portland Center Stage she directed Pride and Prejudice, Cyrano de Bergerac, Great Expectations and Twelfth Night (Drammy Award). She has guest taught/directed at The Julliard School, Stanford, University of Arizona, UW, Drexel and Cornish College. An actress of stage, film, and TV, she has performed leading roles in NYC and dozens of prominent regional theatres across the U.S., but one of her best career highs was being on set with David Lynch acting in the original pilot of Twin Peaks.
is Director of the School of Film, Dance and Theatre in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. As a dramaturge and theater scholar, she specializes in fostering plays about violence and trauma. Among the theaters she has worked: Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Mark Taper Forum/Center Theatre Group, Cornerstone Theater Company, The Los Angeles Theatre Center, CASA 0101, and Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble. Recent production dramaturgy with Oregon Shakespeare Festival: Romeo and Juliet, directed by Dámaso Rodríguez (2018) and Mojada: A Mexica Medea by Luis Alfaro, directed by Juliette Carrillo (2017).
ATC: Around the World in 80 Days. Regional: The Comparables, Boeing Boeing, The Chosen (Seattle Repertory Theatre); What the Butler Saw (Berkeley Repertory Theatre); The Miser(Portland Center Stage); King of the Yees (Baltimore Center Stage); The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe(Syracuse Stage); The Little Prince, The Journal of Ben Uchida, A Single Shard (Seattle Children’s Theatre); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, A Number, Good Boys, Going to St. Ives (ACT Theatre); The Yellow Boat (Childsplay); Hairspray, Aida, La Cage aux Folles (Village Theatre); Una pareja de miedo (Nearco Producciones, Spain). Opera: former Resident Designer of Portland Opera, Opera Memphis, and Wildwood Park. Productions include: Madama Butterfly, Abduction from the Seraglio, Fidelio, La Cenerentola (Seattle Opera); The Consul (Spoleto Festival, USA & PBS “Great Performances”); Amleto (Opera Southwest); Willie Stark (Opera Carolina); Die Fledermaus (Pittsburgh Opera); The Magic Flute (Macao and Beijing Music Festivals). Ballet: The Nutcracker(Ballet Arizona). Exhibit design: Beyond the Gate (Oregon Historical Society & Portland Chinatown Museum).
is so happy to be collaborating with Dave Ivers, Jane Jones and The ATC team. Her work is frequently seen on Broadway, Off-Broadway, regionally, internationally, on television, and film. Resident Casting Director for Primary Stages and continues her long collaborations with numerous companies such as Mint Theater Company, New York Classical Theatre, Masterworks, and Resonance Ensemble as well as others in NYC and is the resident casting director for Adirondack Theatre Festival, Capital Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Kansas City Rep, and works with many Reginal Theatres. Currently has a number of very exciting projects running and upcoming in NYC, regionally and on film. Recent projects include: A. R. Gurney’s Final Follies; A Lovely for Creve Coeur; Days to Come;The Saintliness of Margery Kemp; Romeo and Juliet; A Letter to Harvey Milk; First Love; Red Roses, Green Gold; A Walk with Mr. Heifetz; Pride and Prejudice (Kate Hamill); Hindle Wakes; Sweeny Todd (KCR); Candide (Clarence Brown Theatre and the Knoxville Symphony); West Side Story (Philadelphia Orchestra); The Mecca Tales; Epiphany V (short film). Member: Casting Society of America.
Assistant Stage Manager