Rubén C. González

Lencho / Daniel / Sunshine / Wilo

Rubén C. González received his training at the London Academy for Performing Arts, Circle in the Square Theatre School (NYC), and El Teatro Campesino, and he holds an MFA from the University of California, Davis. His stage directing credits include Also in Worker Land, Pilgrimage, The Throw Down!, Alienation, The Chronicles of Odisia Sanchez, Perra Pumps’ Last Call, Mi Abuelo Fue un Brazero, and Iya. As an actor, he’s performed at the Mark Taper Forum, South Cost Repertory, El Teatro Campesino, Teatro Vision, The Pasadena Playhouse, and the Los Angeles Theatre Center. On the east coast, Mr. González has performed at INTAR Theatre, Lincoln Center Institute, HB Studios, Primary Stages, the Kennedy Center, and the Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, among others. Mr. González has also performed his critically acclaimed solo shows Diary of a Mad Mexican and The Messiah Complex all over the U.S. and Poland. His newest piece, La Esquinita, USA, was a creation under El Teatro Campesino’s New Works Lab and has gone on to receive critical and audience acclaim and has toured the U.S., from California to New York and everywhere in between. La Esquinita, USA was part of Encuentro 2014, the largest Latino theatre arts festival of its kind in the U.S. His TV credits include Medium, Veronica Mars, The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman, and Air America. On the big screen, some of his credits include Selena, Suckers, It’s Pat, Perfect Game, The Master, and La Mission. Mr. González  has taught Acting for Television and Film, Screenwriting, and The History of El Teatro Campesino at Gavilan College.