Keeping up with Angelika
Angelika toured to school districts across upstate NY with The REV Theatre Co and got to teach and perform for 3rd grade classes. She played Luna in For Carmen in San Sebastian and taught students about Puerto Rico and the power that each and everyone of us has to make a difference in a community. She also played Gobi in Do Yuo See What I See in the Sea? and taught Kindergarten classes in the spring.
Angelika spent her summer training with Ryan Scott Oliver and Lindsay Mendez in Actor Therapy's New York or Bust intensive. She got to work and meet with many wonderful casting directors, agents and industry professionals
Angelika performed as Rita in Before We Focus on Others by Diego Lanao on April 9th and SAA (Not that One) by Luis Roberto Herrera on April 15th in Teatro Chelsea's A-Típico: A New Latinx Play Festival.
Angelika performed Saturday Alone from Calvin Berger in Stage Left Denver Productions' The Food of Love: Valentine's Day Cabaret. The show raised $300 for The Delores Project, a shelter in Denver that focuses on helping homeless women and transgender individuals.
Angelika finished off her college career as a featured vocalist in Emerson Fights Aids Miscast Cabaret in partnership with Broadway Cares. She performed Everything I Know from In the Heights and Purpose from Avenue Q.
Angelika was a part of Rachel Bertone's virtual production of Kerrigan and Lowdermilk's The Mad Ones Lab. Participants ranged from all across the country and Angelika got to work with artists from several different states as part of the lab.
Angelika was named the managing director for Teatro Chelsea, a new Latinx theatre company in MA that focuses on putting on bilingual productions and highlighting Latinx and BIPOC voices.
Angelika took part in a podcast called Shakespeare Decoded: Othello with Shakespeare Dallas where she played Desdemona. The podcast was directed by Jaquai Wade Pearson and was recorded on August 28th. It is scheduled to come out at a later unannounced date.
Angelika is so excited to be taking part in I'll See Myself Out: A Musical Review with Theatrescape. She will be writing, editing, and performing her own parody of Girl Scout from Beetlejuice.
Click here to see part of her performance.