[free] Indómitas Live Podcast by Brava theater

Indómitas is a live monthly podcast series hosted by Chelis López of KPOO and Radio Bilingüe, featuring untamable voices of fierce women artists and activists.

Wednesday 6PM – 7:30 PM
Indómitas: Live Podcast with guest Virginia Blanco. See bio below.
Where: Brava Facebook.

Indómitas will be available for viewing on Facebook Live. To watch live, simply tune into Brava Facebook Live or Indómitas Facebook Live on

Wednesday at 6pm (PST).
Please note that the live podcast will be conducted in Spanish.
This is a FREE community event supported by donations. To make a donation to Brava/Indómitas, please do so at brava.org/support.


This week’s episode!


For the June 2022 podcast, Indómitas will interview artistic director, actor, and theater-maker Virginia Blanco.


Artistic director, actor, and theater-maker. Originally from Argentina, she was a founding member of Drakma Grupo Teatral. Back in her country, she has performed in both classic and contemporary plays. Regional credits include Orinda Starlight Village Players, Oakland Theater Project (Ex Ubuntu), Shelton Theatre, TheatreFirst, Theatre of Yugen, and Cutting Ball Theater, along with several staged readings with Brava Studio Sessions, 3 Girls Theatre and La Lengua Teatro en Español. She was Catita in the radio play A Solid Home at MACT Mexican American Conservatory Theatre, Paulina in the live-streaming of La Muerte y la Doncella (Death and the Maiden), and Nora St. John in the radio play Adiós Robinson at La Lengua. Her local acting training is from Studio ACT, Berkeley REP Theatre School, and Shakespeare & Company. Virginia was nominated by BroadwayWorld SF for Best Leading Actress in a Play for the role of Young Woman in Knives in Hens at Anton’s Well Theater Company (2019). She studied Communications at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and has worked as a journalist and editor for several written media platforms. She is an artist in residence at Brava Theater and was recently granted a TBA Arts Leadership residency in partnership with AlterTheater.

Directora artística, actriz y realizadora integral de teatro. Originalmente de Argentina, fue miembro fundadora de Drakma Grupo Teatral. Créditos regionales como actriz incluyen (Ex Ubuntu) Oakland Theater Project, Shelton Theatre, TheatreFirst, y The Cutting Ball Theater, como también varias puestas de teatro leído con Brava Studio Sessions, 3 Girls Theatre y La Lengua Teatro en Español. Recientemente fue Catita en la versión audio drama de A Solid Home (Un hogar sólido) en MACT Mexican American Conservatory Theatre, Paulina en la lectura escenificada virtual de La Muerte y la Doncella, y Nora St. John en el radioteatro Adiós Robinson en La Lengua Teatro en Español. Localmente, Virginia ha estudiado arte dramático en Studio ACT, BerkREP Theatre School, y Shakespeare & Co. Fue nominada por BroadwayWorld SF a Mejor Actriz Protagónica en una Obra por el papel de Young Woman en Knives in Hens (Cuchillos en Gallinas) en Anton’s Well Theatre Company (2019). Estudió Ciencias de la Comunicación en la Universidad de Buenos Aires y ha trabajado como periodista. Es la fundadora de La Lengua Teatro en Español, así como también Artista Residente en Brava Theater y flamante integrante de la cohorte 2021 de la beca de TBA Arts Leadership Residency bajo el mentoreo de AlterTheater.



Indómitas is a live podcast series hosted by Chelis López of KPOO and Radio Bilingüe, featuring interviews with fierce women artists and activists

Each month in Brava’s Cabaret, Indómitas will interview female singers, writers, poets, activists, artists, journalists, filmmakers, and others – some well-known and some deserving to be – for live broadcast. These 60-minute conversations will cover the women’s stories of achievement, pitfalls, and hopes for their futures.

Be ready for open and honest conversations, where intimacy fosters the sharing of joy, fear, acceptance, and ultimately, the strength of women. It’s our time to be the ones who narrate our stories of who we are, what we do, what matters to us and how we organized and stand up for our rights.
Indómitas Podcast Series will be available through Chelis López’ website, and other platforms.

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