Director, devisor, writer, actor, and scholar; Assistant Professor of Theatre, Middlebury College; Artistic Director Emerita, Milagro.
Most recently directed Marisela Treviño Orta's eco-drama Somewhere at Middlebury. She was directing the premier of Policarpa by Diana Burbano at Franklin & Marshall College when the pandemic shut us down. Recent directorial projects include the Burning Patience for the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse, a reading of Flowers of Hawaii by Lee Cataluna at the Chautauqua Theatre Company; the US premier of Como Agua para Chocolate at Gala Hispanic Theatre, and Tricks to Inherit, her translation/adaptation of Astucias por herder un sobrino a un tío by Fermín de Reygadas (1789) at UO. Most recent dramaturgy: Through the Eyes of Holly Germaine by Y York, The Home Planet by Theresa May, and Oye Oyá by Rebecca Martinez. Her research centers on Latina/o/x theatre of the US. Publications include a critical introduction for Dreamscape by Rickerby Hinds in Encuentro: Latinx Performance for the New American Theater, and “(Afro)Latinx Theatre: Embodiment and Articulation,” published in Label Me Latina/o. A former member of the TCG Board, Olga currently serves on the Advisory Committee for the Latinx Theatre Commons, a collaborative initiative with HowlRound Theatre Commons. Among her commitments to the LTC, she serves the Fornés Institute. AEA, SAG-AFTRA & SDC.