Estrella Esparza-Johnson

Ms. Esparza-Johnson is a second-generation member of El Teatro Campesino and a graduate of the School of the Arts, San Francisco. Her theatre credits include: Ion Theatre: La Gaviota by Claudio Ragoza, adapted from The Seagull by Anton Checkov (MIchi) CSU San Marcos: Life in Questions and Exclamation Marks by Anton Chekov (Ensemble), El Teatro Campesino: 25th Anniversary Production of Zoot Suit by Luis Valdez (Alice Bloomfield), Mummified Deer by Luis Valdez (Armida Bravo), Mundo Mata by Luis Valdez (Guera Mata/Dona Lola). L.A. Theatre Works: Zoot Suit by Luis Valdez (Della Barrios) CSU Monterey Bay: Gila River by Lane Nishikawa (Sumiko Suzuki) The Magic Theatre: Man of the Flesh by Octavio Solis (Romelia/Anne). Her Television, Video and Film credits include: En Busca de Excelencia(On Camera Host), Woodenship Productions, directed by Marilyn Abad-Cardinalli, The Young and the Breatheless (On Camera Host),Ideas in Motion Directed by Lynn Adler, La Pastorela (Supporting role), Great Performances/KQED Directed by Luis Valdez, Seeing is Believing (Principal), Hotwire Productions, Directed by Lynn Hershman, Between Friends (Principal) Ideas in Motion, Directed by Severo Perez.