Torrin is elated
to be a part of yet another LightBox production. They have acted, directed, stage managed, and been involved with LightBox since its inception. Some of their favorite LightBox experiences include stage managing The Jungle Book, playing multiple silly piggies in The True Story of the Three Little Pigs! and acting as a very suspicious but lovable cat in Bunnicula. Torrin has also been part of the cast on The Reluctant Dragon, Aladdin’s Luck, Pinocchio, Treasure Island Bistro and The Totaly Believable Advetures of Timey Wimey Hermes the God. Torrin is a night fairy because they tend to have wild hair and questionable intentions.
Rosa, an emerging professional singer/actress, made her LightBox debut last spring in Aesop’s Fables. She earned
her B.A. in music from Stanislaus State and studied opera, classical, and musical theater. She enjoys teaching voice and piano lessons in her hometown of Los Banos and performs frequently across the Central Valley for special events. Some of her most recent roles include Rucca Trementina in Opera Modesto’s Bless Me, Ultima; and chorus in their production of La Boheme. She will be in the chorus for Opera Modesto’s upcoming productions of La Cenerentola and Annabel and Tell Tale Heart. Rosa is a night fairy because her powers are at their peak at midnight during a full moon.
Hannah has assisted in wardrobe for Stanislaus State productions in the past such as Head Over Heels and Much
Ado About Nothing. She is grateful for this opportunity to get back on stage in her Light- Box debut. Her favorite role would be Lord Farquaad in Shrek the Musical, because she loves to make people laugh. Hannah is a night fairy because she is tired during the day but wide awake at night
Yaya is delighted to be back at LightBox after graduation from Long Island University Post with a B.F.A. in 2021. She was last seen in a LightBox production in 2016 as Boy in The Reluctant Dragon. Her favorite roles include Isabella in Measure for Measure (Post Theatre Company), Molly Mattie in St. Francis (Hey Jonte Productions), and Luna in Finding Francine (SFSU Short Film). She is currently using her theatre training to dip her toe into the film industry (visit yayamunoz. com.) Even though Yaya has black beady eyes, she is a day fairy because the colors of the garden inspire her!
Katie, who is making her LightBox Theatre Company debut, is currently pursuing a career in music therapy. Katie
would most certainly be a night fairy, as she loves staying up late drawing.
Anna is extremely excited to make her LightBox debut. Anna has a Theatre Arts AAT from Merced College and is working on her Theatre Arts B.A. focusing on Directing and Acting at Stanislaus State. Anna is a night fairy because she loves flying under the moon while looking at all the pretty stars.