Juan & Kate’s Friends & Family Page

We both appeared on stage in Bridge Rep's recent production of JULIUS CAESAR. Here we are in rehearsal, taking a #selfieforcaesar -- one of Bridge Rep's social media campaigns.

We both performed in Bridge Rep’s recent production of JULIUS CAESAR. Here we are in rehearsal, taking a #selfieforcaesar — one of Bridge Rep’s social media campaigns.



Thanks for visiting this private page for our friends and family. Here, you can check out our history with Bridge Repertory Theater of Boston — a company we’re working with on and off stage, and both really believe in. After taking a look, please consider making a tax-deductible gift so we can bring Bridge Rep’s third season to life. Thanks!

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Below is our Season Three line up. Each show costs about $25,000 with the majority of the cost going to artist salaries. Hooray jobs! We can’t wait to share these stories with audiences, especially because Bridge Rep focuses on cultivating audiences that are both cross-cultural and cross-generational.

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Hiya — Juan here.

I’ve been working with Bridge Rep since its inception as a Founding Artistic Associate, and performed in the company’s very first production — The Lover, by Harold Pinter. Hellloooooooo, milkman!


I’ve also helped Bridge Rep capture a younger audience by working with college students to organize Bridge Rep College Nights.


As many of you know, Kate and I met while playing together in a production of Romeo & Juliet. I played Romeo and Kate played…you guessed it…Juliet’s mom. Sparks flew and, long story short, we got married! But not in the way everyone’s favorite star-crossed lovers did it. We tied the knot a bit more, shall we say, legally. You know, with people watching. Since then, we’ve been blessed with sharing the stage multiple times. Much more than most couples, I’d say, and most recently in Bridge Rep’s production of Julius Caesar.


Speaking of Julius Caeasar… it’s my turn! (Meaning me, Kate.)

Below you’ll see me playing Portia in Julius Caesar, my first show with Bridge Rep. After the production, I was invited to become a full-on company member!

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For this production, I helped coordinate a student performance for nearly 50 youth from Match Charter Middle School in JP — the day after the show, three other actors and I also visited their classes for a day.  


Looking ahead, we’ll be working behind-the-scenes to bring Bridge Rep’s third season to life.

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Anyway, you might say that theater has kinda played a big role in our lives (see what we did there?). And we think it plays just as significant a role in our community. See, when you experience theater, you’re not just seeing a show. In a way, you’re saying “Yes and Amen” to every effort exerted by the team that created the art you’ve been invited in to. From the players on stage sharing their humanity to that set piece you thought was perfectly placed to the director’s concept brought vividly to life, your support essentially becomes a producing partner, without which that special something about your experience may not exist. Your help facilitates the connection among a team of artists (like Kate and I!) determined to make powerful theater meant to connect with you. And in return, Bridge Rep joyfully serves you and the rest of our community full circle.
So, please donate! We’re so very appreciative of your help in making Season 3 the best yet. And who knows? Maybe you will have been the one that blazed the trail for stars to cross.
As mentioned, each show costs about $25,000 to produce, with the majority of the budget going toward artist salaries. Right now, we’re trying to reach our first fundraising goal of $10k by August 31.

Thank you so much for taking a look at our page, and for your generosity!


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