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900 Years

May 25 - June 10 | Potiker Theatre

by Preston Choi. Directed by Cambria Herrera.


About the Show

A complicated stepmother with complicated feelings casts a complicated curse on her
complicated step-children. A bold and inventive retelling of an Irish fairytale, 900 Years spans
centuries of family drama to explore the consequences of intergenerational trauma and the
complex magic of forgiveness.




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PREVIEW May 25 @ 7:00pm

June 1 @ 7:30pm

June 2 @ 7:30pm

June 6 @ 7:30pm

June 9 @ 7:30pm

June 10 @ 2:00pm


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  The Cast

Aoife - Sophia Marcos-Jeronimo
Lir and Others - Josiah Rey Cajudo
Aoibh and Others -  Isel Zarate-Tucker
Fionnula and Other - Xiaoyu 'Mary' Liu
Aodh and Other - Diego Gonzalez
Understudy for Fionnula and Other - Leah Mitchell
Understudy for Lir and Others - Ryan Ritterby

The Creative Team

Director - Cambria Herrera
Playwright - Preston Choi
Set Designer - Raphael Mishler
Costume Designer - Elisa Benzoni
Lighting Designer - Vida Huang
Assistant Light Designer - Taylor Olson
Sound / Projection Designer - Ethan Eldred
Associate Director - Ludmila de Brito
Assistant Director - Allie Moss
Assitant Director - Emily Cronan
Assistant Director - Laurn Dong
Assistant Sound and Video Designer - Kaileykielle Hoga
Associate Costume Designer - Grace Wong
Assistant Costume Designer - Ashly Hernandez
Assistant Sound and Video Designer - Keileykielle Hoga
Dialect Coach - Ursula Meyer
Production Manager - Michael Francis
Associate Production Manager - Laura Manning
Associate Production Manager - Stephanie Carrizales
Technical Director - Daniel Caprio
Props Shop Supervisor - Jeni Cheung
Costume Shop Supervisor - Jan Mah
Electrics Supervisor - Mike Doyle
Audio and Video Supervisor - Steve Negrete
Paint Shop Supervisor - Vicki Erbe-Armand
Marketing and Promotions Supervisor - Megan Jacobs
Production Stage Manager - Huai Huang
Assistant Stage Manager - Sydney Enthoven
Assistant Stage Manager - Yulin 'Lisa' Fang
Production Assistant - Fabricio Apuy-Novella
Production Assistant - Lucy Cai



About the Director

Cambria Lorene Herrera is a third-year MFA candidate from Garden Grove, California. Their queer, Xicanx identity is central to their practice and often brings them to leading cross-cultural theatrical experiences or community art events. All of their art rises from their core inspiration: queer and female artists of color from the past, present, and future. In Portland, Oregon they co-founded and facilitated The AGE Theatre Collective and mentorship program to empower the resiliency of female and non-binary theatre artists of color. UC San Diego Directing Credits: Fifty Boxes of EarthIn the Red and Brown Water, Queer Adaptation of Twelfth Night or What You WillDainty (staged reading), Meladi Thive and Her Words of Comfort (audio play), Town Hall (virtual). Select other credits include: World Premiere Adaptation of King Arthur at Long Beach Opera (Assistant Director), Yellow, Yellow, Yellow at Red Balloon Theatre Collective (Director and Co-producer), Romeo and Juliet at Penguin Productions (Director), Peter/Wendy at Bag&Baggage Productions (Tiger Lily), and As One at Portland Opera (Assistant Director), and The Balkan Women at George Fox University (Director, awarded Meritorious Achievement by Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Region 7). Cambria is a graduate of George Fox University, where they earned their BA in Theatre.

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About the Playwright

Preston Choi is a playwright whose work focuses on social science fiction, Asian-American/mixed race/queer lives, and the joy/horror of being alive. His plays include limp wrist on the lever (Round House Theatre 2022 National Capital New Play Festival), You Will Get Used To It (Cygnet Theatre 2022 Finish Line), Happy Birthday Mars Rover ( KCACTF 2022 Planet Earth Arts Playwriting Award, 2022 Darrell Ayers Playwriting Award), performing class (2021-2022 NNPN Bridge Program, 2020-2021 Playwrights Realm Scratchpad Series), A Great Migration or The Migratory Patterns of the North American Monarch Butterfly and the Development of Fatherless Sons (KCACTF 2021 Paul Stephen Lim Playwriting Award, 2019 NNPN National New Play Showcase, 2017 Agnes Nixon Award). His plays have also been developed with Interact Theatre, Sideshow Theatre, Artist at Play, Silk Road Rising, CAATA, The Passage Theatre, Victory Gardens Theatre, and Our Perspective. He received a B.S. in Theatre from Northwestern University and is a 3rd-year Playwriting MFA candidate at UC San Diego. Representation: Ben Izzo, A3 Artists Agency.