Rebbekah Vega-Romero (she/her/ella) is a triracial Latina bruja, performer, and scribe, who resides in her native NYC with her black cat, King Arthur Yoda. Rebbekah has graced stages across America: from Massachusetts (Luisa/The Fantasticks/Cape Playhouse) to Colorado (Martha Cratchit/A Christmas Carol/Denver Center) to Washington (Maria/West Side Story/5th Avenue), as well as in many more productions, readings and workshops.
Rebbekah holds a BA in English from Boston University and is a YoungArts award-winning writer. Rebbekah’s poetry has been featured by Sixfold and Ars.Poetica; she is a resident playwright with Playground-NY; she wrote, starred in, and produced the short film “The Question,” a comedy about #DatingWhileMixed. Rebbekah is also an active cabaret artist in NYC, with performances at the Duplex, Green Room 42, and Feinstein's/54 Below, and coming up shortly, her debut solo show at Chelsea Table & Stage! Rebbekah hopes her work will inspire other mixed-race girls to realize “there’s a place for us.”