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MEDIA

VIDEO

VIDEO

Presented as part of the University of Michigan Class of 2021 Senior Showcase, Castro-Santos performs "How To Return Home" by/ with permission from Kait Kerrigan and Bree Lowdermilk.

Directed by Linda Goodrich and Cynthia Kortman Westphal, Filmed and Edited by Nicholas Beardslee

Chloe Castro-Santos's televison/film reel. Includes: LAW AND ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT (Recurring as Maria Garcia) and LUTHER (University of Michigan Musical Theatre Senior Showcase as Ruth)

"No One Else" from NATASHA, PIERRE AND THE GREAT COMET OF 1812 as performed by Castro-Santos in the role of Natasha Rostova

Accompaniment by the cast of GREAT COMET at The Hangar Theatre (2022).

From the University of Michigan's production "MT Ghostlight," Chloe Castro-Santos's rendition of "Stop" was performed with permission from composer/lyricist Georgia Stitt. 

Dir.: Linda Goodrich, Ron DeJesus, and Cynthia Kortman Westphal

DEMOS

DEMOS

Heartbeats 

HEARTBEATS is a new musical with music and lyrics by Emma Ashford

 

HEARTBEATS (2023 O’Neill NMTC Semi-Finalist) tells the story of Eve — an accidentally pregnant Indiana 17-year-old, just as she's about to follow her dreams at college. After a failed illegal abortion attempt, Eve ends up in the New Life Unit - a pilot prison program created by the federal government since the passage of the Unborn Protection Act, which codified abortion as murder. 

This demo of "Choices" features Leslie Rodriguez Kritzer (Officer Woods), Chloe Castro-Santos (Eve), Matt Faucher (Officer Peck), Emma Ashford and Miles Josephson

01 Choices Mix 4 (1)Leslie Kritzer, Chloe Castro-Santos, Matt Faucher, Emma Ashford, Miles Josephson
00:00 / 06:19
God's HandChloe Castro-Santos
00:00 / 03:25
The Laugh of the MedsuaChloe Castro-Santos, Erica Ito, Rixey Terry, & Andrew Cekala
00:00 / 04:12

The laugh of the medusa 

THE LAUGH OF THE MEDUSA is a new musical with music and lyrics by Thani Brant and a book by Thani Brant and Erica Ito.  It is loosely based upon the Medusa myth and inspired by the 1975 feminist essay "The Laugh of the Medusa" by Hélène Cixous.  

In the following demos, Chloe Castro-Santos sings as Medusa, Erica Ito as Athena, Andrew Cekala as The Maker, and Rixey Terry as Perseus.

GALLERY

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