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Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles

by Luis Alfaro

directed by Maria Patrice Amon

This show is part of Quartet, a new performance opportunity of four productions presented in rotating rep with smaller cast sizes, a greater diversity of content, and specifically for the Undergraduate area. 

Performance Dates

Preview: December 2 @ 7:30 
Showings: December 3, 4 & 5 @ 7:30


Method of Presentation and Ticketing

Presented on our digital platform. Please RSVP via this Google Form. Tickets are free of charge.



The CastMojada Program

Medea: Evelyn Lopez
Jason: Joseff Paz
Josefina: Naomi Jazz Nunez
Tita: Cynthia Galaz Ochoa
Armida: Rickie Emilie Farah
Acan: Patricio Becerril


The Creative Team

Director: Maria Patrice Amon
Assistant Director: Stella Hill
Production Stage Manager: Abigail Swinson
Digital Designer: Amir Ali-Aftabi
Lighting Designer: Stella Hill
Sound Designer: Rhett Salerno
Costume Designer: Grace Wong
Assistant Digital Designer: Juliana Scheding
Assistant Stage Manager: Vrinda Moujan
Production Assistant: Sophia Ehrlich



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Company Bios

Dr. Maria Patrice Amon is a director, producer, and scholar. Maria Patrice has directed Tanya Saracho’s Fade at Moxie Theatre, co-directed the NNPN RWP of Stephanie Allison Walker’s The Madres at MOXIE Theatre, directed Octavio Solis’ Lydia with Brown Bag Theatre Company, and directed staged readings with Amigos del Rep and Breath of Fire Latina Theatre Ensemble. She has assistant directed for Sam Woodhouse, Delicia Turner Sonnenberg, and Jacole Kitchen. Maria Patrice is a Latinx Producer at San Diego Repertory Theatre and the Executive Producer  of Amigos del Rep, a theatre advocacy council of artists and community members who promote Hispanic/Latino/Chicano theatre at San Diego Repertory Theatre. Under her leadership, Amigos launched the Latinx New Play Festival at San Diego Repertory Theatre, produces a staged reading series, offers networking events with the Amigos del Rep general body, and produces special community engagement events that are based on current events and social needs. Additionally, Maria Patrice is a co-founder and co-Artistic Director of TuYo Theatre, a professional Latinx theatre in San Diego and is a National Directing Fellow through NNPN and the ONeil Theatre Center. Maria Patrice has a PhD in Drama from University of California, Irvine with emphasis in Critical Theory and Chicano Studies with a dissertation titled "Theatricalization and Performances of Innocence in Modern American Culture". She holds a Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law. Patrice is an assistant professor of Latinx theatre at CSU San Marcos.