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Tania Verafield

 
Bio:
tania verafield is an LA native, proud Rogue Machine Theatre member & can currently be seen in Twenty50 at Denver Center for the Performing Arts. 1 /2020 (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
tania verafield is an LA native, proud Rogue Machine Theatre member & can currently be seen in Twenty50 at Denver Center for the Performing Arts. 1 /2020 (read complete bio)
 

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Ruy Iskandar, Silas Weir Mitchell, and Tania Verafield Photo

Ruy Iskandar, Silas Weir Mitchell, and Tania Verafield

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Ruy Iskandar, Silas Weir Mitchell, and Tania Verafield

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Ruy Iskandar, Tania Verafield, and Silas Weir Mitchell

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Silas Weir Mitchell , Ruy Iskandar, and Tania Verafield Photo

Silas Weir Mitchell , Ruy Iskandar, and Tania Verafield

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Tania Verafield Biography

tania verafield is an LA native, proud Rogue Machine Theatre member & can currently be seen in Twenty50 at Denver Center for the Performing Arts. 1 /2020




Tania Verafield News

A Noise Within to Hold Sunday Rush Performance of ANNA IN THE TROPICS Photo A Noise Within to Hold Sunday Rush Performance of ANNA IN THE TROPICS
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 8, 2022

A Noise Within (ANW), California’s acclaimed classic repertory theatre company, announces the fifth production of its 30th anniversary season, Nilo Cruz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, Anna in the Tropics, directed by ANW’s Director of Cultural Programming Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx (he/him).  The play runs now through April 17, 2022, with a Sunday Rush performance on April 10 at 7:00 p.m. All remaining tickets for the Sunday evening performance are $25. Tickets are available online now for the performance with the code SUNDAYRUSH while selecting seats OR mention “SUNDAY RUSH” after 2 p.m. on the day of the performance at the box office window.

VIDEO:  Get a Sneak Peek at TWENTY50 at Denver Center Photo VIDEO: Get a Sneak Peek at TWENTY50 at Denver Center
by Stage Tube - Feb 6, 2020

It's 2050 and Andres Salazar is running for office. In an America where Latinos are now considered part of the racial majority, he has tough decisions to make. Will identifying himself as a Mexican American help or hinder him on Election Day? Will denying part of his identity be worth the potential political benefits?

The DCPA Theatre Company Announces Cast and Creative for YOU LOST ME and TWENTY50 Photo The DCPA Theatre Company Announces Cast and Creative for YOU LOST ME and TWENTY50
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 6, 2019

The DCPA Theatre Company, the producing regional theatre arm of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA), is proud to announce full casting and creative teams for the world premieres of Bonnie Metzgar's You Lost Me and Tony Meneses' twenty50.

Photo Flash: First Look at THE END OF BEAUTY at Playwrights' Arena Photo Photo Flash: First Look at THE END OF BEAUTY at Playwrights' Arena
by Stephi Wild - May 28, 2019

Jon Lawrence Rivera, Artistic Director of Playwrights' Arena - the first and oldest theater dedicated to discovering, nurturing, and producing original works written exclusively by Los Angeles playwrights - is presenting the world premiere of THE END OF BEAUTY by Cory Hinkle, with a cast that includes Ruy Iskandar, Silas Weir Mitchell and Tania Verafield.

GRIMM Star Silas Weir Mitchell Stars in Playwrights' Arena's THE END OF BEAUTY Photo GRIMM Star Silas Weir Mitchell Stars in Playwrights' Arena's THE END OF BEAUTY
by Sarah Hookey - Apr 24, 2019

Jon Lawrence Rivera, Artistic Director of Playwrights' Arena - the first and oldest theater dedicated to discovering, nurturing, and producing original works written exclusively by Los Angeles playwrights - is announcing the cast for THE END OF BEAUTY by Cory Hinkle, which includes Ruy Iskandar, Silas Weir Mitchell and Tania Verafield.

Review: FOR THE LOVE OF (OR, THE ROLLER DERBY PLAY) Opens Block Party 2019 in Winning Photo Review: FOR THE LOVE OF (OR, THE ROLLER DERBY PLAY) Opens Block Party 2019 in Winning Style
by Shari Barrett - Mar 13, 2019

Theatre of NOTE's production of 'For The Love Of (or, the roller derby play)' written by Gina Femia, which Center Theatre Group has remounted at the Kirk Douglas Theatre as part of their third annual Block Party: Celebrating Los Angeles Theatre, blasted into Culver City with a barrage of brilliant direction, choreography, artistic style and acting. And after seeing the original production in its super-small space, I can tell you the new production soars by encompassing ever possible inch of space, thanks to scenic designer Eli Smith, with enough impressive roller derby action to make you forget not one pair of skates ever touches the floor! That marvel of perfect direction and choreography can be credited to Rhonda Kohl who has created almost constant roller derby action utilizing the movement and acting skills of her talented cast

Photo Flash: First Look at Center Theatre Group's FOR THE LOVE OF (OR, THE ROLLER DER Photo Photo Flash: First Look at Center Theatre Group's FOR THE LOVE OF (OR, THE ROLLER DERBY PLAY)
by Julie Musbach - Mar 8, 2019

Theatre of NOTE's production of 'For The Love Of (or, the roller derby play),' which Center Theatre Group is remounting at the Kirk Douglas Theatre as part of the third annual Block Party: Celebrating Los Angeles Theatre, will open this Saturday, March 9 at 8 p.m. Written by Gina Femia and directed by Rhonda Kohl, 'For The Love Of' is currently in previews and will close March 17.

BWW Review: A Modern Day OTHELLO Finds Humor Amid the Horror of Revenge Photo BWW Review: A Modern Day OTHELLO Finds Humor Amid the Horror of Revenge
by Ellen Dostal - Feb 21, 2019

Never has the relationship between Iago and Roderigo in Shakespeare's OTHELLO stolen the show like it does in the current A Noise Within production, directed by Jessica Kubzansky. With an outwardly nonchalant Michael Manuel as the revenge seeking villain, and Jeremy Rabb, an actor who knows comedy like the back of his hand, as his unsuspecting lackey, the situational humor in Shakespeare's tragedy comes front and center. That's right, humor.

Cast Announced For FOR THE LOVE OF (OR, THE ROLLER DERBY PLAY) Part Of Block Party 20 Photo Cast Announced For FOR THE LOVE OF (OR, THE ROLLER DERBY PLAY) Part Of Block Party 2019 At The Douglas
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 23, 2019

Casting is set for Theatre of NOTE's production of 'For The Love Of (or, the roller derby play),' which Center Theatre Group is remounting at the Kirk Douglas Theatre as part of the third annual Block Party: Celebrating Los Angeles Theatre. Written by Gina Femia and directed and choreographed by Rhonda Kohl, 'For The Love Of' will begin previews March 7, open March 9 and continue through March 17.

BWW Review: A PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY Captures a Chilling Lifetime of Decay Photo BWW Review: A PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY Captures a Chilling Lifetime of Decay
by Ellen Dostal - Oct 5, 2018

They say a picture paints a thousand words. In director Michael Michetti's compelling stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde's A PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY, it does more than that. It captures a lifetime.

Tania Verafield Videos

VIDEO:  Get a Sneak Peek at TWENTY50 at Denver Center VideoVIDEO: Get a Sneak Peek at TWENTY50 at Denver Center
by Stage Tube - Feb 6, 2020

It's 2050 and Andres Salazar is running for office. In an America where Latinos are now considered part of the racial majority, he has tough decisions to make. Will identifying himself as a Mexican American help or hinder him on Election Day? Will denying part of his identity be worth the potential political benefits?

VIDEO: Watch Teaser Trailer for New Original Indie Comedy Short Series NAMASTE, BITCHES
by Caryn Robbins - Jul 29, 2015

The original independent comedy short series “Namaste, Bitches” released a first look teaser trailer for the 6-episode premiere installment of the series executive produced by former yoga teacher Summer Shirey

STAGE TUBE: Behind the Scenes of Gallery Players' LITTLE DOG LAUGHED
by Stage Tube - Aug 29, 2011

The Gallery Players opens its 45th season with the first New York City revival of The Little Dog Laughed this September. Patrick Vassel (Working, Chicago's Broadway Playhouse; War, Soho Playhouse) directs Douglas Carter Beane's biting showbiz comedy about identity and the desire for celebrity, opening Friday, September 10 at Brooklyn's The Gallery Players. Click below to watch the cast, producer, and director discuss the play and characters!