Paola Sanchez Abreu is from the small beach town of Milford, Connecticut Paola is a recent graduate from The Theatre School at DePaul University with her BFA in Acting. Since graduating, she has read in Girls in Cars Underwater by Tegan McLeod at Victory Gardens Ignition Festival, and played Mary in Kate Hennig's The Last Wife at TimeLine Theatre Company. Credits at The Theatre School include Emma in Contractions, Esperanza in Esperanza Rising, and Camila in In the Heights. She also was in How To Run for Mayor as a part of the Chicago Musical Theatre Festival, and read as Bernadice in FWD’s staged reading of a new musical called Coyote. She took an extreme interest in Yoga and Movement studies during her time at DePaul, and served as the movement director in Julianna Donaher’s senior thesis Crumble (Lay Me Down Justin Timberlake). She has worked closely with INTAR Theatre in NYC, serving as the assistant to artistic director Lou Moreno, and is currently the coordinator of Steep: A Salon at INTAR.