Rose Cano

Seattle, WA
Cell Phone: (206) 802-4044
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  • Ethnicity: Latino
  • Sex:female
  • Age Range: 35 - 90
  • Vocal Range: alto
  • Eyes: brown
  • Hair: Black, long
  • Height: 5' 2"
  • Weight:122

Other Unions: Latinx Theatre Commons, AFTRA FI-CORE, SAG must join

Rose Cano is a graduate of Cornish College of the Arts.  She is co-founder/ Artistic Director of eSe Teatro: Seattle Latinos Take Stage since 2010.  She is a bilingual actor, playwright, director, lyricist and translator.  Her plays Don Quixote & Sancho Panza, Homeless in Seattle and Bernie's Apt. were produced in partnership with ACT Theatre in Seattle in 2014 and 2016.   


Rose recently directed and translated MUD/(BARRO) by María Irene Fornés for eSe Teatro’s 4th Mainstage production.  She is honored to have been done the first-ever translation of Elliot: A Soldier’s Fugue by Quiara Alegria Hudes into Spanish.  Rose is also the founder The AFrican ConeXion Project, uniting Latino and African American communities through theatre, music and dance since 2000.  She wrote the book/ lyrics for two bilingual musicals in collaboration with composer Paul Thomas:  Mabaire! Don't Forget! Me, inspired by a Afro-Cuban myth, and  Callejón , based on an Afro-Peruvian play by Teatro Del Milenio.  Her third musical, Imaginary Opus with collaborator composer David Nyberg, was produced at Seattle’s Center Theatre, in partnership with Sound Theatre Company.  Her translation of The Journey of the Saint by Cesar de Maria will be produced in partnership with ACT Theatre in Seattle in September of 2018.


Professions/skills: Projection Designer;Writer;Voice Talent;Translator;Singer;Production Manager;Producer;Public Relations;Playwright;Grant Writer;Educator;Dramaturg;Director;Dancer;Artistic Director;Actor Certified Spanish Medical Interpreter, translator

Member in:

2019 - 2018 - 2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2008
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