Eteya Trinidad

Eteya Trinidad

Eteya Trinidad (Eh-TAY-yuh, she/her/hers) is a stage manager, theatrical designer and playwright based in San Francisco, California. Her full-length play, La Sirena, was a finalist for the 2019 Bay Area Playwrights Festival and received a staged reading at Ross Valley Players last fall. Local companies she's worked with include San Francisco Olympians Festival, Amios West, 3Girls Theatre, San Francisco...
Eteya Trinidad (Eh-TAY-yuh, she/her/hers) is a stage manager, theatrical designer and playwright based in San Francisco, California. Her full-length play, La Sirena, was a finalist for the 2019 Bay Area Playwrights Festival and received a staged reading at Ross Valley Players last fall. Local companies she's worked with include San Francisco Olympians Festival, Amios West, 3Girls Theatre, San Francisco Playhouse, Magic Theatre, the Playwrights Foundation, Cutting Ball Theater, Theatre of Yugen, Brava Theater Center, and BATS Improv among others. She's currently working on Inherited, a postcolonial ghost story set in an old lumber town, and M*n Ain't Shit: the Pussy Party Extravaganza, a farce. She holds a BA in Critical Diversity Studies from the University of San Francisco.

Plays

  • Sirona Slick
    A boy, a girl, and a magical bottle of lube. It’s time for some sexual healing.
  • The Lizard Women
    Two women get ready for a night out on the town of eating boys and becoming lizard dragons.
  • La Sirena
    Thelxi, a struggling artist in a rural seaside town, takes a job as a dishwasher at the local Eatery where her roommate Chim works. Soon, both their friendship and their instincts are put to the test when the men of the Eatery show Thelxi attention, wanted or not.