Visión Latino THEATER Company Ensemble
Meet the people who make us awesome
Joette has performed on stage and in film and television for over 45 years. She is an ensemble member of Vision Latino Theatre Company. As a singer she toured the U.S. and Canada with the musical group Stardust Vocal Trio. She is currently working on several film projects and a web series. She also enjoys her work as an acting coach and motivational speaker.
Emily Morales-Cabrera is a Chicago based actress who grew up in Waukegan, Illinois. She moved from Chicago to Waukegan with her family at the age of 7 and moved back to Chicago at age of 18 to pursue her dreams of acting. Emily was most recently signed with Lily’s talent and hopes to work more in Latinx productions around Chicago. She is excited to see what the future holds for Vision Latino.
Flavia Pallozzi is an Uruguayan actress originally from Miami, FL. She has worked with the Chicago Shakespeare Project, Spartan Theatre, Halcyon Theatre, Lifeline Theatre, Teatro Vista, and Victory Gardens. She is a proud ensemble member of Visión Latino.
Jocelyn Sanchez is a proud member of the Vision Latino Theatre Company. After graduating high school she enrolled full time to The School of Hard Knocks with a major in vocal performance. Her favorite credits include: Just Like Us (Elissa/ Zulema), Stories of Us (Actress 4), Nine Lives A New Musical (Kit Mubarak), and Halmilton An American Musical (all of the characters with the soundtrack in her car). Jocelyn is an alumna of Musicality Vocal Ensemble, a member of the Epic Church worship band, and occasionally sings at weddings.
Dagoberto Zolio Soto
Dagoberto Zolio Soto is a native resident from Little Village, one of Chicago’s most vibrant and colorful Latino neighborhoods. He has been performing in both local and national audiences over the last 20 years. On TV he has appeared on Chicago Fire, General Hospital and various Indie Films. He is an ensemble member with Vision Latino Theatre and The New Colony. Recent performance include The Real Life Adventures of Jimmy De Las Rosas for Free Street Theater, La Boda for Family Bridges, Just like Us by Vision Latino Theatre, A Phase by Broken Nose Theatre, Here After by The New Colony, The Box by Teatro Vista and Cars; Quinceñera by Clockwise Theatre. He has studied at two of Chicago’s premier actor training programs at Second City and Piven Theater and is currently attending IO in Chicago. When Dago is not performing he is actively involved in his community coaching the local youth baseball team or entertaining the crowds for the Chicago Bulls. He is represented by Gray Talent Group.
Born and raised in the West Texas desert, Arik Vega moved to Nashville, TN where he earned his B.F.A. in musical theatre from Belmont University. He began to receive professional stage work in Nashville and has been working ever since in familiar and original musicals, plays, dance shows, improv sketch comedy shows, commercials, and television. He has been blessed to work as an actor, singer, dancer, choreographer, fight choreographer, server, and even ballroom dance instructor during his time in Chicago. Vega is represented by Actors Talent Group and is a proud company member of Visión Latino Theatre Company!
Ulises David Acosta (born November 1, 1994) is a Latin-American actor, singer, and writer. Born in Waukegan, IL from a Honduran immigrant father and a Puerto Rican mother, by the early age of four Uli was already acting in church productions, and singing in the choir. With the support of his family, coaches at the Actors Training Center, and with lots of work and preparation, by the age of 14, Uli was blessed enough to have had a wide range of professional experiences. Uli graduated from Loyola in May 2017 with a B.A. in Theatre