Tuesday, November 8 Ensemble

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Pratima Agrawal || Creator-Performer
Pratima is a performing artist, theatre educator, and arts administrator. She is particularly drawn to projects that involve the intersection of art and the examination/inquiry of societal concerns. This is her third project with Kaleid and she continues to be inspired by the company of amazing women and collaborators from whom she can learn and evolve in her art form.


Kaitlin Pribulsky || Creator-Performer
Kaitlin Pribulsky is a Philadelphia based theatre artist who aims to spark change through her work by asking people to question the world around them while encouraging them to see their own ability to create the change they want to see. Her most recent works include The Secret Life of Wonder: A Prologue in G by TS Hawkins in association with (Re)Focus Fest as well as The world premiere of She Wore Those Shoes by Erlina Ortiz. Kaitlin is honored to work with Kaleid Theatre and looks forward to continuing her work with them in the future.


Daniel Ison || Sound Designer
Daniel is a Philadelphia based actor, composer, and sound designer. He holds a B.A. in Music Composition from Eastern University, where he also studied theatre under Mark Hallen. He takes a multidisciplinary approach to creating. Spending most of his time split between the world of acting and the world of music. Each informs the other and has made him an all around better creator. As a Composer and Sound Designer, he has written music for Common Wealth Classic theatre’s Production of Glass Menagerie and Eastern University’s production of Our Town and was their resident sound designer at Eastern University for three years. He has also sound designed and written music for White Pines Productions, The Ritz Theater, Quince Theatre, and the short film Magniloquent


Photo by Denise Allen

Sarah Mitteldorf || Creator-Director
Sarah is a penguin-lover, puppy scruffler, and theatre maker. Favorite credits include Eurydice in Market East, Glow, Take/Sacrifice (Kaleid), Many Ways, a piece written and performed by students, who had been adopted from China, and TS Hawkins’ #RM2B (Painted Bride). Most recently, she lead the creation of OK, I’ll Tell You, which was read at Asian Arts Initiative and at the Fleischer Art Memorial. She also directed Power Street Theatre Company’s production of She Wore Those Shoes. More info at http://sarahm.net.


Gina Purri || Composer
Gina Purri is a Philadelphia based singer, multi-instrumentalist, and teacher. Her positive, holistic teaching approach helps students of all ages and levels to overcome anxiety and experience the joy and connection that music provides. She is currently developing a comedic web series that will help children learn to play the piano. She teaches piano, voice, and violin through her studio, Shameless Music Lessons. www.shamlessmusiclessons.com


Gabriela Sanchez || Creator-Performer
Founder and Executive Producer, Gabriela Sanchez of Power Street Theatre Company (PSTC) has created a multicultural theatre company with fellow artists, producing script readings, open mic events and three powerful world premiere plays for the Philadelphia Fringe Arts Festival.

A Philadelphia native, she graduated from the Creative and Performing Arts High School in Theater and received a Bachelor of Arts in Theater from Temple University. Currently, Gabriela is the Director of Education for Seeds of the Future teen after school program at Norris Square Neighborhood Project. Gabriela is proud to be from the City of Brotherly Love, the place where she discovered her LOVE for theatre and community. This October, Gabriela played role of Yudy in She Wore Those Shoes by Erlina Ortiz at the Iron Factory. Visit: powerstreettheatre.com to learn more and stay connected.

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