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…as Paulina Ramos

Victoria plays the role of Paulina Ramos, in the daily radio skit ¡Qué Gente, Mi Gente! and is extremely proud to be part of the cast of Los Secretos de Santa Mónica theatrical production. She is not new to the stage, as she has performed in the Paint the Town Red at The Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Chicago, and the Christmas specials Caroling on Armitage and DePaul Holiday Concert, as one the voices for Lincoln Park’s ensemble of the Chicago Children’s Choir and has been the leading female voice for an adaptation of Wicked at Newberry Math and Science in Chicago.

We asked Victoria a few questions about herself…

  • If you could be any animal, what would it be and why?: “A black Pomeranian because it’s basically a dog version of me. It’s black (my favorite color), small, adorable, friendly and if you mess with one, it will bite you!”
  • What food can’t you live without?: “Tacos. Or anything delicious. What can I say? I love food!”
  • Special talent: “I love to write and sing!”
  • Favorite quote: “She was a rainbow, but he was colorblind.”
  • If you could describe yourself in three words, what would they be?: “Short. Stubborn. Nice.
  • She also wants you to know…“Being fourteen is surprisingly stressful. I know that my brain is developing and I’m in the process of becoming an adult, but I still feel that I’m old enough to understand things and should be listened to. Unfortunately, since I’m a teen, most people believe that I am accurately described by stereotypes, and decide that I am not to be taken seriously. Yet even then, most people seem to expect you to act like an adult. They want you to be ‘grown up’ but, they treat you like a child. So the moment you mess up, it’s ‘typical’, but when you succeed, it’s ‘expected of you’. Surprisingly stressful.”

What secrets does Victoria’s character have? Come check her out in Los Secretos de Santa Mónica and discover what mischievousness she and her sister are up to.

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