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Alec Lugo

I am honored to be one of the newest members of the B&B family. B&B gave me a start to my career, and I am filled with gratitude that I can be partially responsible for the growth of a company that inspires its patrons to join in its mission of real, provocative theatre.

Alec Lugo
Marketing Assistant, Graphic Designer

Alec Lugo is a 2016 graduate of Pacific University where he pursued his BA in both Theatre and Film & Media Production. While there, he had the good fortune to take a theatre history course taught by Scott Palmer, and his relationship with Bag&Baggage began. Since exiting university, he has been working as an actor, media manager and graphic consultant for theatre companies in and outside of the Portland area. He has worked as an actor with Stumptown Stages, Lakewood Theatre Company, Live On Stage, Fuse Theatre Ensemble, the OUTWright Theatre Festival, and Staged!, and has assisted production for shows at Broadway Rose Musical Theatre Company, Portland Shakespeare Project, and Corrib Theatre. He also appeared in Bag&Baggage Productions’ very own Rope (as Sabot, Granillo/Brandon Understudy) which marked his professional acting debut in Oregon. Alec is an Associate Artist with Original Practice Shakespeare Festival where he sits as the resident graphic designer on their publicity committee. He is the Marketing Consultant, graphic designer, and an ensemble member with Fuse Theatre Ensemble, a Marketing Associate with Milagro Theatre, and a mentee with Third Rail Repertory Theatre for their 2017-18 season. He is also a freelance artist, and has been hired to design season artwork and other graphics for Badass Theatre Company, Corrib Theatre, Stumptown Stages, Playwrights West, Aloha Theatre, the Portland Area Theatre Alliance, Pulp Stage, Pacific University, Washington State University, and for Bag&Baggage Productions for all of their seasons after 2017. In his limited free time, Alec enjoys immersing himself in Portland’s closely knit theatre community, seeing shows and socializing with the wonderful artists who make them possible. He also loves to spend hours playing video games, reading books, and selling his graphic artwork online. He owes a thank you to his friends, family and parents, Mary and Victor, who’s hard work and love have allowed him to make possible his lofty artistic aspirations.