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The daughter of a Cuban refugee and New England 'pilgrim', Graciela grew up as a Latina in the middle of two cultures amidst a tight knit community. She was raised with the help of Celia Cruz, small town charm, black beans and rice, and yankee frugality. As a child she was often found singing or dancing in the front yard and became extremely competitive at ice breakers and how many cartwheels she could do in a row. 


Now, that joy and energy has been turned into a love of work, artistry, challenge, and collaboration. She has a strong dance background in tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, and salsa and is a vocally trained soprano with a strong pop belt. Along with musical theatre and contemporary work, Graciela has experience in high comedy, classical theatre, devised works, improvisation, and clowning . She is passionate about representation in the arts and prioritizes honest and vulnerable storytelling.

As a former NCAA Div. 1 dancer, Graciela welcomes hard work and long hours and is a team player. Outside of the performing arts Graciela loves cafecito, hearing love stories, and attempting recipes from the NYT cooking app. Graciela graduated from the American University summa cum laude as a scholars student with a BA in Musical Theatre May 2020.   



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