The Producers

The Bios

Jacob G. Padrón (Co-Producer) is originally from Gilroy, California. At the age of 27, he was appointed an Associate Producer of the Tony Award© winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival, under the artistic leadership of Bill Rauch, a post that Jacob resumes today. As a member of the senior artistic staff, Jacob oversees actor contracting and is instrumental in casting, producing, and long range planning of the 11 productions produced each year for the 26 million dollar operation.

Jacob was formerly the Managing Director of Yale Cabaret in New Haven, Connecticut and produced over 20 new works as a part of the theatre’s 40th anniversary season. Under his leadership with Becca Wolff and Erik Pearson, the theatre had record-breaking success at the box office and was named Best Local Theatre by the New Haven Advocate that year. In the fall of 2006 Jacob produced Suzan-Lori Parks’ 365 Days/365 Plays for Center Theatre Group – a collaboration that included over 50 Los Angeles theatre companies. Jacob’s directing credits include Luis Valdez’ Los Vendidos (The Sellouts), Little Shop of Horrors, and See What I Wanna See (workshop). Jacob has worked with Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Yale Repertory Theatre, Baltimore CENTERSTAGE, El Teatro Campesino, and the Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA).

A graduate of Loyola Marymount University and Yale School of Drama, Jacob is also the proud co-founder of Project Luminarias – a small collective committed to advancing the work of immerging Latino playwrights. He is currently developing his first feature film about the life of his grandmother.

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Becca Wolff (Co-Producer) is originally from Watsonville, California. A cross-media director, her upcoming projects include the world premiere of an as-yet-untitled musical about the internet by Dorothy Fortenberry with music by Colin Wambsgans and the webseries LaLaLand, with executive producers Bryan Clark and Kamiko Drakes. As a writer, she is working on a pilot that is in development with David Milch’s RedBoard Productions/HBO. Past work in the theater includes the Best Musical of the 2008 New York International Fringe Festival (Usher [Fox/Hirsch]), and a host of world premiere plays at venues such as The Yale Cabaret and Perishable Theatre in Providence, RI.  Opera direction includes Hansel and Gretel (Humperdinck) and Dialogues of the Carmelites (Poulenc) as well as the premiere production of a new score for Gertrude Stein's opera Dr. Faustus Lights the Lights by Tracy Minicucci and Caroline Shanti (Theatre Riot, Providence). She also directed the world premiere opera The Country Doctor by composer Daniel Schlosberg. 

Becca has worked with such renowned theatre artists as Bonnie Meztgar, George C. Wolfe, and the Pultizer-Prize winningplaywright, Paula Vogel. She has worked at The Public Theater (NYC), Trinity Repertory Theatre, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, and Yale Repertory Theatre, among many others. 

A graduate of The New School, NYC, and Yale School of Drama, Becca currently lives in Los Angeles and is at work at writing her first film. 



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