Jimmy Garcia as Julio

Jimmy Garcia honed his skills at Southern Oregon University and gained valuable experience at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. During this time, he had the privilege of collaborating with renowned directors including Bill Rauch, Libby Appel, and Pat Patton. Fueled by his passion for acting, Jimmy returned to his hometown of Portland, where he initially launched his career. You may have recently seen Jimmy Profile’s How To Make An American Son, in Artist Repertory Theatre’s The Hombres and Portland Center Stage’s It’s A Wonderful Life. Jimmy would like to thank christopher oscar peña for his lovingly crafted story. Thank you to Profile Theatre for striving for excellence in theatre.

Alexandria Hunter as Lucy

Alexandria Hunter is a theatre artist, holding a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts with a Minor in Management from Linfield University. Her previous roles include Henrietta (Silent Sky), Fräulein Schneider (Cabaret), and Cynthia (Sweat), all during her tenure at Linfield. Beyond the stage, Alexandria showcased her multifaceted talent as an Assistant Director for productions Night of The Living Dead and Democratically Speaking. Post-graduation, she took on the role of Dr. Nasir in The God Cluster at Fuse Theatre, and continued her directorial journey with an Assistant Director credit for the ripple, the wave that carried me home at Portland Center Stage, where she works full-time as the Events & Engagement Manager. Alexandria is thrilled to make her debut in a production at Profile Theatre and looks forward to enriching her artistic portfolio.

Crystal Ann Muñoz as Denia

Crystal Ann Muñoz most recently appeared in Profile’s production of How to Make an American Son, and she is thrilled to be working on another Christopher Oscar Peña piece. Other Portland credits include: Water by the Spoonful; The Happiest Song Plays Last; Orlando; Eyes For Consuela (Profile), The Music Man (Third Rail), The Importance of Being Earnest; Civil War Christmas (Artists Rep), Native Gardens (Portland Center Stage), Twelfth Night (Portland Shakespeare Project), The Huntsmen (Portland Playhouse), and Guapa (Milagro Theatre), among others. In her spare time Crystal enjoys tending to her houseplants and snuggling with her pups, Diego and Gus.

Skyler Verity as Drew

Skyler Verity is an actor and filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. Skyler was most recently seen on stage in Portland Center Stage’s production of Hair where he played Berger, Profile Theater’s production of How To Make an American Son, and Portland Center Stage’s production of Rent where he was in the ensemble and understudied Roger. His film and television credits include lead roles in James Franco’s Memoria, the film Sophie Jones (Showtime), and a recurring role on the TBS comedy Chad. The first short film Skyler wrote and produced, Julia, premiered at the 2022 BendFilm Festival, and was praised by rogerebert.com as a “galvanizing fact-based gem.” Skyler will make his directorial debut with his upcoming short film, Stretch (post production). Skyler’s acting training includes Meisner Technique at Playhouse West (Los Angeles). Skyler would like to thank Profile Theater for the opportunity to return to their stage.

Lea Zawada as Monique

Lea Zawada is delighted to return to Portland after several years in NYC, where she completed her MFA in Acting at NYU.  Since graduating, she has guest-starred in FBI Most Wanted: Inheritance as well as Law and Order; As Hubris is to Oedipus. She also recently appeared in Marvin Is Sorry, a Slab Productions pilot, as well as the horror film Your Ears Shall Bleed, produced by Lynn and Jim Kouf. In addition to acting, she loves graphic design and storyboarding for animation. Lea would like to thank her parents for being sources of strength and inspiration.