ALEJANDRO ACOSTA (Sound Designer) has worked with Intersection and Campo Santo on the last two year’s productions.
RAY DIAZ (Lighting Designer) has played many roles behind the scenes over the last few years. Alumni of San Francisco State University, Ray had served as Lighting Designer, Master Electrician and Stage Manager for many main stage and student productions. Ray plays a new role behind the scenes as an Audio Visual Technician for a corporate production company. First time player at Intersection, Ray is so thankful to have worked with such an amazing, innovative and inspiring group.
MICAELA FLORES (Co- Costume Designer) A San Francisco Native, she attended Lowell High School and graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in Liberal Studies/Communications. She has had a life long interest and appreciation for the arts and fashion. Micaela has studied dance and is currently a member of Sambamora Dance group where she performs and designs costumes. Micaela recently returned from Brazil after participating in dance and costume workshops.
DAN HAMAGUCHI (graphic designer, Campo Santo) has worked with Campo Santo and Intersection since 1999, designing all the Campo Santo work in that time.
JOAN OSATO (Photographer) is a self-taught photographer, who dedicates most of her professional life to supporting individual artists, the development of their projects, and producing their work for stage. After a 25-year hiatus she picked up a camera again in 2009. Since then she has been considered for prestigious photography awards such as the Prix de la Photographie, and was chosen out of field of over 280 Bay Area artists for the annual juried exhibit, Bay Area Currents 2009. She works exclusively in medium film format, preferring to work with existing light, hand held. www.artslant.com/global/artists/show/85485-joan-osato.
RICKY SAENZ (production team) is new to the Campo Santo Familia and is part of Intersetion’s professional traning program Ricky is also an actor most recently appreaing on the TV show Trauma and a workshop for Paul Flores’ new play Wounds of Izote.
His attraction to IFTA began through Campo Santo and its relentless pursuit of energy, wisdom and sacred practice.
ALIYAH DUNN-SALAHUDDIN and FATIMAH SALAHUDDIN (Co-Costume Designers) are Bay Area Natives born, who were both born in San Jose. Moving to Oakland for the first years of their lives and then to San Francisco in grade school where they first became introduced to the artistic community through theater and dance at school, non-profits, and after-school programs. Since then both remain fans, participants, and supporters of the arts. Currently both are students; Aliyah a graduate history student at San Francisco State University and Fatimah at City College of San Francisco working towards transferring to Mills college.
Created with and for Intersection for the Arts, resident theatre company, Campo Santo and the Living Word Project (Youth Speaks’ theatre company)
This production is made possible with support from: The Rockefeller MAP Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, San Francisco Arts Commission/ Organizational Project Grant and Individual Artist Commission, the San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco Grants for the Arts/Hotel Tax Fund, Theatre Bay Area New Play Fund, Intersection’s Artists Residency Program, and numerous individual contributors.