Gabriela dressed up as Porcina (Roque Santeiro) for Kindergarten party
Havana, Cuba - 1990's

Gabriela Castillo-Miranda (she/her) is an Afro-Caribbean American Latina writer and performer currently based in Chicago. She was born in Havana, Cuba,  and has African, Spanish, Portuguese, and Chinese ancestry. In 1998, Gabriela and her parents resettled in Louisville, KY as humanitarian refugees after immigrating to the United States. Gabriela earned an MFA in Acting from the University of South Carolina's Professional Actors Training Program, a BA in Music from Northern Kentucky University, and is an alumna of Second City Conservatory and an SNL Scholarship recipient.
Gabriela wrote, co-produced, and performed the solo show Lady Alhambra for the 2018 MFA Solo Show Series at the Center for Performance Experiment (Columbia, SC). She is now adapting it as a full-length musical play.  
Theatre Credits include: Measure for Measure, Much Ado About Nothing, Coriolanus (American Shakespeare Center), The River Bride, Love's Labour's Lost, Hamlet (American Players Theatre), Y Tu Abuela, Where is She? (Visión Latino), Back In The Day (Urban Theater Company), Sergio's Museum (Theatre[502]), Erógenas: Sexo, Amor, y Fuga (Teatro Fragmentario), The Tempest (Warehouse Theatre), The Water Station, Clearing, Flight (P3East), Seagull, Hamlet, Twelfth Night, Silent Sky, Mr. Burns, Animal Farm the Musical (University of South Carolina), She's With Me; Dude, Where's My Dog?! (Dream Factory Entertainment), Woman in the Wall (Columbia College). 

Phillip Orazio (Angelo) and Gabriela Castillo-Miranda (Isabella) discuss American Shakespeare Center's production of Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare.
Video by Cindy Fellows

Written by: Ratas de Dos Patas
Directed by: Jessi Realz
Featuring: Jess Martinez, Jessi Realz, Kendra Jamaica and Ruby Aviña
Production Team: Abigail Piñon, Delia Diaz, Gabriela Castillo-Miranda, Jessi Realz, Luis Castelló and Marilet Martinez

"The River Bride"
Teaser Trailer

Dramatic role CASS

Comedic role BONITA

Comedic role MS MENDEZ

Belmira monologue
"The River Bride" Marisela Treviño Orta

Viola monologue
"Twelfth Night" W. Shakespeare

Marela monologue
"Anna in the Tropics" Nilo Cruz

"27 Ribbons" Animal Farm the Musical

"Lady Alhambra Solo Show" 

"La Comparsa"

Stage Monologues

Movement & Ensemble

Song & Dance

Cuban Tamagotchi

Rep.Mayra Flores (TX-R)

Kentuban Inventions
stand up

LatinX people
original satirical song 

Botox girl

Rue (HBO Euphoria)