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"What I love most about directing is collaborating with other artists to craft the kind of art the world needs right now. I'm not interested in telling the same old stories we've heard a hundred times before. I'm excited by the next generation of creatives whose voices need and deserve to be heard, whose work is fresh and new, who have big questions to ask and thoughts to leave us with. I see it as my job to lift up these artists and their work- to amplify their vibrations, not mold them to my own ideas, filter them down, or make them more palatable for those who might find vulnerability or truth challenging to face."  

"Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable."

-Cesar A. Cruz 

STORYTELLINGis a way of life

Music Video


“Best Side” Rayner G. feat. Not Stock


“I Am” Rayner G.


“Frequency”  Rayner G.


“Homie” Rayner G.


“Try To Remember” Rayner G.

All The ​Women I Love Have Died


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Mandel Library

of West Palm Beach

3rd Floor Auditorium

A new play by Luis Roberto Herrera

Reading directed by Sandi Stock

Sunday, July 21


Presented by the Palm Beach Play Development Collective



`“All The Women I Love Have Died” 

  Luis Roberto Herrera 

`“This Place...” 

  Luis Roberto Herrera 

 “Power 1996” 

  Rishi Chowdhary 


`“Welcome, We Are Now Closed” 

  Luis Roberto Herrera 



  Luis Roberto Herrera

  “I Fucking Love You”

  Luis Roberto Herrera


  “I Fucking Hate You”

  Luis Roberto Herrera 


ICS cohort

South Florida's first & only
Emerging Director Program

Facilitated by Island City Stage's own Andy Rogow with admin support from Nerissa Street, our cohort had the opportunity to learn from daily panels with local industry professionals and culminated with a final presentation.

I directed Heather Simsay and Sarah Romeo in a comedic scene from Four Dogs and a Bone by John Patrick Shanley. 

This program included aspiring and emerging directors of all ages, backgrounds, and experience levels. The opportunity for continued learning outside traditional educational models has been invaluable to me.

Thank you to Island City Stage and the Community Foundation of Broward for making it possible. 




It was a summer of wonder at FTF in Miami

I had the privilege and honor of leading beginner level campers in storytelling through acting, singing, improvisation, rapping, beatboxing, break dancing, character work, movement exploration, makeup design, poetry, tap dancing, hip hop & musical theatre choreography, and a wide range of creative & technical theatrical learning which culminated in first experiences performing on stage.


I also integrated my research and studies in child development in

the teaching process, working to foster self regulation abilities and encourage a confident, positive mindset in my students.


Session 1

20 campers ages 5-9

"Everybody's Sea"

For this showcase, we told a story about friendship and inclusivity in an underwater setting.

I wrote the script, composed music

and lyrics, and choreographed, as well as co-directed with my two

assistant counselors.

Session 2

22 campers ages 7-9

"Little People, Big Dreams"

For this showcase, my team arranged various poems about imagination and the future around a fun and whimsical theme. I composed music, choreographed, designed costumes, and

co-directed with my two assistant counselors. 


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