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rebecca ana peña
AEA / SAG-Eligible
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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