Act I, opening. Rocky Friedman-Vargas as Nestor Norales, with Yea Bin Diana Oh as Barbara Villanueva.
Nestor and Barbara with Father Jean Mallat, played by Olivia Choate.
Nestor and Barbara introducing Joey, played by Vanessa Titang.
In a Jeepney Cafe. Bianca Arriaga as Rio Gonzaga, and Raelen Recto as her cousin Pucha.
(L to R): Olivia Choate as Rainer Fassbinder, Brett Mathewson as Perlita Alacran, and Vanessa Titang as Joey.
(L to R): Dawa Lokyitsang as Pepe Carreon, Monique Robinson as General Nicasio Ledesma, Unique Robinson as Severo Alacran, Itoro Udofia as Senator Domingo Avila, Yea Bin Diana Oh as Barbara Villanueva, and Rocky Friedman-Vargas as Nestor Norales.
Ellen Morf as Leonor Ledesma, the penitent.
Laiwa Wu as Daisy Avila, Monique Robinson as General Nicasio Lesdesma, and Vanessa Titang as Joey.
Olivia Choate as reporter Bob Stone, Ellen Morf as Imelda Marcos.
''Onstage, women of color seemed invisible – relegated to auditioning for white roles in Western works or tokenized in didactic plays about racism. I was tired of excuses and of being unseen - I needed to take my representation into my own hands and support a work that would advance women of color in theater at Smith.''
--Krystal Banzon, quote from the Kahn Chronicle a Smith College Kahn Liberal Arts Institute periodical