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Rebecca Rivas

Rebecca Rivas currently teaches Acting, Dialects and all sections of Voice and Movement at the University of Texas at El Paso. She earned her M.F.A. in Acting from the University of Arkansas. Her recent directing credits include The Arabian Nights, Para No Hacer El Cuento Largo…Alicia in Wondertierra and Electricidad. She is currently working on UTEP’s upcoming production of Esperanza Rising. Her professional acting credits include the role of Carly in Theatre Squared’s production of Reasons to be Pretty, various parts in T2’s New Play Festivaland most recently Frontera Repertory Theatre’s one-person show, Highway 47.  She has performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. as both a KCACTF Irene Ryan national finalist and in a special invited production of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea.

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Access and Representation on the Border Stage
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Access and Representation on the Border Stage

24 November 2014

Our art must reflect the communities we serve. As an institution of higher learning, it is our responsibility to serve our students theater that reflects their world—and the world, as we know, is rapidly changing.