Patricia Duran is thrilled to be returning to the Alley having been involved in the readings of Wife of A Salesman, Queen of Basel, and productions of Our Lady of 121st Street, and A Christmas Carol. Duran is a local actor and founding company member with Mildred’s Umbrella. MU credits include: The Hunchback of Seville, The Maids, The Drowning Girls, Dracula, Foxfinder, and more. Houston Theatre credits: Stages (Water By the Spoonful, The River Bride, The Cook, Blood Wedding), A.D. Players (Miracle on 34th Street), Classical Theatre Company (Lysistrata), Catastrophic Theatre (The Designated Mourner, Middletown, The Pine), Obsidian Theatre (The Motherfucker With the Hat), Gravity Players (The Last Days of Judas Iscariot), Main Street Theater (Men On Boats, Love & Information). In NYC, Duran served as Associate Artistic Director of Playhouse Creatures Theatre where she acted and directed. It was also at PCTC where she helped develop Little Creatures Act Out, a free youth program that teaches theatre and social skills to New York City’s homeless and low-income children. Off-Broadway: The Libertine. NYC Credits: Love Song (Access Theatre); Tennessee Williams’ Hello From Bertha/The Pink Bedroom (PCTC), One Night in the Valley (INTAR), and Porco Morto (Mabou Mines) written and directed by Lee Breuer. Regional Theatre: Virginia Repertory Theatre (Legacy of Light and Boleros for the Disenchanted). Duran was recognized by American Theatre magazine as one of 20 Theatre Workers You Should Know. She works as a voiceover actor for Sentai Filmworks. She is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.