Patricia Alvitez (Marisol) is so excited to work with Profile Theatre for the first time! She was born in Peru where she studied Ballet at La Escuela Nacional de Ballet and acting at La Asociación de Artistas Aficionados and El Club de Teatro de Lima. In the late ‘80s, she joined The Peninsula Ballet Theatre in the Bay Area as a company member. Portland Theatre:Grand Hotel and Young Frankenstein (Lakewood Theatre), Last Stop on Market Street (Oregon Children’s Theatre), six Day of the Dead productions, Watsonville: Some Place Not Here, La Segua, Wolf at the Door, Ardiente Paciencia, and Verónica Princesa (Milagro Theatre); and La Ruta (Artists Repertory Theatre). She also plays Elena in the future film Mother of Color filmed here in Portland. Choreographer: Bee زنبو (LES Shakespeare Co).

Anthony Green Caloca* (Mando) is thrilled to return to Profile Theatre since previously appearing in Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue in 2017. Recent credits include playing Antigonus and Old Shepherd in The Winter’s Tale at The Old Globe in San Diego. Portland credits include Blind (Chapel Theatre Collective), LydiaInto the Beautiful North, American Night: The Ballad of Juan José, ¡O Romeo!, How The Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, and Oedipus el Rey (Milagro Theatre); Island in Winter, or La Isla en Invierno (Bag&Baggage Productions); The Crackwalker (Sowelu Theatre); Hir (Defunkt Theatre); Davita’s Harp (Jewish Theatre Collaborative); and King LearKing John, and Mary Stuart (Northwest Classical Theatre Company). Anthony won the 2018 OTAS Best Supporting Actor Award for his portrayal of Bob Ewell in Lakewood Theatre Company’s production of To Kill a Mockingbird. Earlier this season Anthony directed Borderline at Milagro Theatre.

Jonathan Hernandez (Junior) (he/him) is grateful to be working once again with christopher oscar peña and the Profile team! He was last seen performing as Rafael in how to make an American Son. Recent credits include Gloria (Stray Cat Theatre), Electra (HeyGhosteater), The Hombres (Artists Repertory Theatre), and Welcome to Arroyo’s (Profile Theatre). “our orange sky allowed me to uncover my relationship with my family – the difference between obligation, guilt, and unconditional love to my parents. I dedicate this performance to my parents. Without their support, (and their personality), I wouldn’t be who I am today. Finally, a quick shout out to the staff, the crew, and the cast; they treat me like family and not the Junior kind either… You’ll see what I mean soon. I love you Profile and I love you my cast.”

David Remple (Mario) is thrilled to be making his debut with Profile Theatre. A native of New York, his past productions include several Off-Off Broadway productions, such as The Stone Guest (Don Juan) and Macbeth (Malcolm). He  performed with the national children’s touring production Encore! with Chamber Theatre Productions and has since been in a variety of commercials, most notably with Verizon, Ancestry, and Activision Blizzard. His most recent  productions include: Las Adelitas (Antonio Reyes), The Play You Want (Lin Manuel Miranda/John Leguizamo), and Semillas (Juan Carlos). Other credits  include Romeo and Juliet (Romeo), The Odyssey (Hermes), Julius Caesar (Mark  Antony), The Merchant of Venice (Bassanio) and Body Awareness (Jared). He would like to thank his family and friends for their continued love and support.

Matthew Sepeda (Orlando) is super excited to be returning for his third show with Profile Theatre and his second chris peña play. He is an actor and fight choreographer here in Portland. You might have seen him previously at Profile in how to make an American Son by chris peña and The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity by Kristoffer Diaz. He’s very honored to be working on this world premiere show with so many talented artists. He’d like to thank everyone for their amazing hard work and dedication. He’d also like to thank his friends, family, and partner for all their love and support.

Skyler Verity (Wes) is an actor and filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. Skyler was most recently seen on stage in Profile Theatre’s productions of how to make an American Son (Sean) and awe/struck. (Drew), and Portland Center Stage’s productions of Hair (Berger) and Rent (ensemble). 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 as a “galvanizing fact-based gem.” Skyler’s acting training includes Meisner Technique at Playhouse West (Los Angeles). Skyler would like to thank Profile Theatre for the opportunity to return to their stage.

EVREN ODCIKIN (Director) (he/him) is a Turkish-American director, writer, and arts leader with a commitment to advocating for historically-excluded stories and voices in the American theater. His work is heart-centered, politically engaged, and centers joy as resistance. Recent directing credits include Macbeth and Mona Mansour’s unseen at Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF), Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song at Marin Theatre Company, Sylvia Khoury’s Selling Kabul at Northern Stage, and Amir Nizar Zuabi’s This is Who I Am for Woolly Mammoth, PlayCo, American Repertory Theater, Guthrie Theater, and OSF. Prior directing credits include work at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Geva Theatre, South Coast Repertory, The Kennedy Center, The Lark, Interact Theatre Company, Cleveland Public Theatre, Playwrights Foundation, Golden Thread, Crowded Fire, and Magic Theatre, among many others. As a playwright and translator, he has been commissioned and produced by Cal Shakes, NYU Abu Dhabi, Golden Thread, Crowded Fire, and Custom Made. In 2023, he served as the interim artistic director at OSF, where he had been the associate artistic director and director of artistic programming since 2019. At OSF, he was instrumental in “saving” the 2023 Season, programmed the 2024 Season, and oversaw the producing of five repertory seasons, including more than 30 productions. Evren is a founder of Maia Directors, an affiliated artist with Golden Thread Productions, and serves on the boards of Middle Eastern North African Theater Makers Alliance and Playwrights Foundation. Recognitions include a “Theatre Worker You Should Know” feature in American Theatre Magazine, a National Director’s Fellowship from The O’Neill, National New Play Network, The Kennedy Center, and Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation; and a TITAN Award from Theatre Bay Area.

THOMAS SEPULVEDA (Mario u/s) has been working as a professional actor in the Portland Metropolitan area since 2022. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre arts at Portland State University and has been doing theatre since he was 14 years old. You may recognize Thomas from the premiere production of City Without Altar at Milagro Theatre, Red Velvet at Bag&Baggage Productions, or most recently in the premiere reading of our orange sky by christopher oscar peña hosted by Profile Theatre (as Mario). Thomas wants to extend gratitude and thanks to his parents, his amazing partner, and his high school drama teacher who all nurtured his dreams of performing important impactful work that represents Latinos as fully fleshed dynamic human beings despite being constantly both misrepresented and underrepresented in film, television and theatre.


Scenic Design – Frank J. Oliva^
Costume Design – Ahmad Daniel Santos
Lighting Design – Blanca Forzán
Sound Design – Scott James
Stage Manager – David Levine*
Production Assistant – Hayley Farrell
Intimacy Director – Kristen Mun-Van Noy
Dialect Coach – Josh F. S. Moser
Properties Coordinator – Gwyneth Bushman
Technical Director – Derek Easton

^ Representing by United Scenic Artists – Local USA 829 of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.

* Appearing through an Agreement between Profile Theatre and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

Lead Carpenter – Michael Hall
Lead Electrician – Joshua Yoon
Programmer – Joshua Yoon

Electrician – Graden Downing
Electrician – Akitora Ishii
Electrician – Zachariah Barbour
Electrician – Sophina Flores
Electrician – Celia Straub

Colin’s Assistant – Alden Girsch

Carpenter – Abbie Northrop
Carpenter – Allen Phillips
Carpenter – Grant Christnacht

Shop Lead Carpenter – Phil Shaw
Shop Carpenter – Lauren Williams
Shop Carpenter – Gray DePol
Shop Lead Painter – Faith Johnson
Shop Painter – Kiona McAlister