Stacey Patino is a queer Mexican American actress and artist based in Los Angeles. Through her craft, she strives to promote social change and the dismantling of oppressive structures in mainstream culture. She studied Theatre and Fine Arts at California State University Long Beach where she earned her B.A. in Theatre Arts Performance. Incorporating her multidisciplinary training, Stacey has participated in acting intensives across the globe including the Lir Academy of Performing Arts in Dublin, CSU Monterey Bay, and Villa Corona, Mexico. She is a founding member of Contigo Theatre Company and a member of Fugitive Kind Theatre Company.
Past Credits include Karina in Cundina Collective’s short Joyride produced by Latino Public Broadcasting, Eva/Ensemble in Stitching Stardust devised and produced by Contigo Theatre Company, Kimberly in a staged reading of (M)others presented by CSUN Experimental Theatre, Chorus in Antigone, We Are the Rebels Asking For the Storm produced by Fugitive Kind Theatre Company, Lilith in She Kills Monsters produced by Long Beach University Players, Lisa in Mainstream the Dream which premiered for Latinx Heritage Month at CSULB’s Multicultural Center.