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The Lime Arts Productions Advisory Board of Directors is a group of professional theatre artists that collaborate with our staff and Artistic Director to enhance Lime Arts' work.


Gwynnevere Cristobal


Gwynnevere (she/they) is a queer, filipina theatre artist and Bay Area native. She has received her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Theatre Arts from Humboldt State University. Aside from Psychology, she has experience working with Ron Burrus & Philip Charles MacKenzie at the Art of Acting Studio in LA, Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre, Pacifica Spindrift Players, Dublin Conservatory Theatre, Humboldt’s TFD Department, and Las Positas College. Offstage, Gwynnevere has guest costume-designed for Teatro Espejo, directed for TVRT’s Children’s Musical Theatre Camp, and served as an associate editor for Theatre in Higher Education’s “Doctoral Projects in Progress ‘20” publication. Currently, Gwynnevere is working as an independent practitioner as a Co-Coordinator of Social Media for Lime Arts Productions and The (S)kinfolk Collective. She hopes to further integrate her psychology knowledge with aspects of theatre involving Intimacy Coordination, Education, Human Resources, & DEI Administrative Initiatives. 

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Le'Asha Julius 


Le’Asha Julius is an actress from Washington D.C. She attended Duke Ellington School of the Arts and went on to receive her BFA from SUNY Purchase College in New York. She is mostly known for her role as Jasmine in Still Here which premiered at Sundance Film Festival and starring as Wendy in HBO’s Random Acts of Flyness. She is also a rapper and has performed at Black Thought’s “School of Thought '' and has opened for Kendrick Lamar, Salt n Peppa, Noname, and Talib Kweli. Le’Asha is the first year acting teacher at SUNY Purchase College and is proud to join The Lime Arts team.

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Mariana Ixchel Moscoso 


Mariana IX Moscoso (they/them) is a nonbinary ethnically mixed and partially detribalized Mayan queer with afro-indigenous roots. They are a solo parent to an amazing human being, an artivist passionate about digital art and zine making. They are a high school dropout turned Master's holder. They are a child, a sibling, and the Transformative Arts Program Manager at the California Arts Council. They are the founder of The Decolonization Project in Miwok Territory, in the area known as Sacramento, California. 

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