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about me


Rebecca is a Cuban American artist based in New York City. Trained as an actor, vocalist, and dancer at NYU (BFA Drama), she has worked in theatre, film, and multimedia. 


Credits Include:"The Bacchae" (NYTimes Critics Pick) at The Classical Theatre of Harlem, "What Happened In Skinner (Ambie Award Nominated), leading the one-woman show "My Fellow Americans" at The Secret Theatre (Best Actor - The Secret Theatre Play Festival), and the climate revolution play "Metra" at The Abrons Arts Center.

When not performing, she works as a writer and visual artist. In any capacity, she loves working on projects that investigate people's duality and humanity and allows all people to celebrate and explore their legacy.


Not On A Resume:

  • Cuban American artist who grew up in the south to two athletic coaches
  • Extremely passionate about immigration law and a part of New Sanctuary Coalition
  • Assistant to Dawn-Elin Fraser (Voice/Speech) on Broadway's "What The Constitution Means To Me"
  • Writes poetry and short stories
  • Paints watercolors and acrylics as well as  photographs on 35mm
  • First acting performance was feigning illness to get out of school mass
  • Goes by "Bec" to family and friends
  • Loves collaborating on new work
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