Was seen on our stage in:

Two-Scented Rose by Emilio Carballido

Kick-Butt Women

She Returned One Night by E. Rovner

Frida Kahlo, the Passion by R. Halac

Love in the Open Air by Carlos Pais

Who Am I Anyway? by Carlos Pais

The Lettuce by César Sierra

Venice by Jorge Accáme

Let There Be Woman

We Who Love Each Other So

Fairy Tales

The Fox and The Grapes

Honestly, Juana, I Really Wanna…

Anabel Marcano graduated from the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in Washington, DC, where she was seen in Suddenly Last Summer, Lady from Dubuque, Twelfth Night, The Pregnant Pause, Picnic, Trojan Women, Yerma, Wanda’s Visit, Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You and North Shore Fish.  In New York she studied at The New Actors Workshop and in Miami at the Flor Núñez Drama Center, where she appeared as guest artist in Homenaje a un Mago (Homage to a Magician) with the Teatro Avante group.  At Teatro de la Luna, she was seen in I Tell You Juana I Really Wanna, The Fox and the Grapes, Fairy Tales, We Who Love Each Other So, Let There Be Woman, Venice, The Lettuce, Who Am I Anyway?, Love in the Open Air, Frida Kahlo, the Passion, She Returned One Night and Kick-Butt Women; she has also performed for children in The Box of Surprises, Hansel and Gretel and The Adventures of Pinocchio. Currently, she’s the on-screen figure for the Ricky Martin Foundation’s TV campaign, “Call & Live”. She recently participated in the TV series Contrasts in her native Venezuela.