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Adriana Gonzales (She/Her/Hers)

Professional Actor Training Program
Class of 2026
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BA Theatre/Dance Metropolitan State University of Denver

Adriana is a Xicana Actress and performing artist from Denver, CO. Her theatrical credits include Firehouse Theater Company: A Mexican Triolgy: Charity (Valentina)

Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center: El Espíritu Natural (NeldaRio), Papi, Me and César Chávez (Andrea, Teatrista), El Corrido del Barrio (Muerto). 

Vintage Theatre: You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (Swing), Gypsy (Agnes).

The 2022 LatinX Theatre Commons Comedy Carnaval was hosted at Su Teatro in Denver where Adriana read stage directions for La Egoista by Erlina Ortiz.

Her interactive entertainment experience began in 2015 with 13th Floor Entertainment company where she did stunts and lot entertainment at 13th Floor and Asylum Haunted Houses. In the 2018/19 school year, she toured with Kaiser Permanente as a part of their Arts Integrated Resources program bringing live and interactive performances/workshops to students in elementary schools across Colorado. In 2023, she joined the entertainment cast for the grand reopening of Casa Bonita under the new ownership and direction of Trey Parker and Matt Stone. 

When not on stage, Adriana has taught theatre and dance to youth across Colorado with Denver Public Schools, Jefferson County Public Schools, Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center and Cleo Parker Robinson Dance.

Throughout the years Adriana has trained in acting, voice and dance at Red Rocks Community College, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Actor Therapy with Ryan Scott Oliver and Lindsay Mendez, The Broadway Collective and various master classes across Colorado. 


Professional Affiliations: 
Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center