As handy with a hammer as he is with a script, Pedro is the go-to guy for all things related to facility maintenance at PTC.
Pedro is a first-generation Latinx-Canadian theatre artist who was born and raised in Northern British Columbia, Canada. He received his BFA in Theatre Performance from SFU’s School for the Contemporary Arts. He then went on to form rice & beans theatre with Derek Chan. Pedro is a performer, director, playwright and theatre jack-of-all-trades. Selected Credits: Selfie, Bull (Rumble Theatre), Broken Tailbone (Nightswimming), Mis Papás (rice & beans), Are We There Yet? (Neworld Theatre), and The Show Must Go On (Push Festival).
Pedro was the artist-in-residence at Neworld Theatre in 2014, the guest curator of the 2018 rEvolver Festival, and currently, through a company collaboration with rice & beans theatre and PTC, is working on his new play Made In Canada, which will premiere in July 2020 at the Annex Theatre.
Pedro has also worked behind the scenes with local Vancouver theatre companies such as: Full Circle First Nations Performance, Leaky Heaven, Boca del Lupo and Neworld Theatre.
Pedro is a first generation Canadian theatre artist who was born and raised in Northern BC. After 18 years he relocated to Vancouver and received his BFA in Theatre Performance from SFU’s School for the Contemporary Arts. Pedro is the co-artistic director of rice & beans theatre, a company dedicated to defining the nature and function of story in contemporary theatre. He was the 2015-16 Administrative Coordinator at Rumble Theatre. Pedro drives the theatre he creates to expand audiences’ perspectives and values, all while telling interesting and evocative stories. His solo show Small Town Hoser Spic was in the 2015 Fringe Festival and his play Mis Papás was featured in the 2016 rEvolver Festival. Pedro has been a performer/collaborator on such projects as The Walking Projects: Vancouver, Crawling, Weeping, Betting (Battery Opera), Are We There Yet? (Neworld Theatre), The Show Must Go On and Poetics: a ballet brute (Push Festival), and has worked behind the scenes with local theatre companies including Leaky Heaven, Theatre Conspiracy, and The Only Animal.