is thrilled to return to ATC as Amanda Prynne in Private Lives (2023) after having performed in The River Bride. Ocón was recently seen as Romeo in the world premiere bilingual adaptation Romeo y Juliet by Karen Zacarías, directed by KJ Sanchez (California Shakespeare Theater). Regional theatrical credits include American Conservatory Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theater, BRAVA Theater Center, California Shakespeare Theater, Center Theatre Group / Kirk Douglas Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Round House Theatre, San Francisco Playhouse, South Coast Repertory, Teatro Visión, and TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, among others. Awards include TCG Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship, Akonadi Foundation Beloved Community Award, Center for Cultural Innovation Investing In Artists Award, California Arts Council Local Impact Award, and the RHE Charitable Foundation Artistic Fellowship. Ocón received her BA from Stanford University and is an Associate Artist with Oakland Theater Project, a company member of HERO Theatre, and an inaugural member of the Cal Shakes Artist Circle (2021-2023).