Patricia Cardona Roca is an actress, singer, Founding Producing Artistic Director of Leela. She was born and raised in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. She studied at Universitat de les Illes Balears where she was part of Orfeó UIB (University Choir), after she received her Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunication Engineering she moved to The Netherlands to work in the IT  and telecom industries, in The Netherlands she graduated as a Yoga Teacher. During these years she performed as a singer in several venues like Factoria de So and Auditorium de Palma in Mallorca and in De Heeren Van Aemstel, Amsterdam University and Panama Club in The Netherlands. In June 2014 she moved to NYC to become a full time performer and producer. Since arriving to NYC she's graduated from the Intensive Musical Theater program at The New York Film Academy, On-Camera intensive in American Academy of Dramatic Arts, the One Year Conservatory Program in T. Schreiber, Musical Theater Improv at The Magnet and Acting the Song in HB studio where she has studied with Emmy and Tony Award and nominees. As an actress roles include Cora Groves in The Rimers of Eldritch directed by Peter Jensen and Aggie and Margery in The Dining Room directed by Robert Verlaque both at T.Schreiber Theater, at Dixon´s Place as Otto in Dying is an Art directed by Kendra Augustin and Don´t Miss the Boat Musical Revue at QED directed by Sharon Jasprizza. More info @


Kendra Augustin is NYC based actress and playwright. Her short plays have been produced in New York, Toronto, Chicago, Houston, and Waterford, MI. Most recent acting credits include Aphra Behn in Erin Moughon’s Just Say It Three Times and Florence Mills in Barbara Khan’s The Three-Mile Limit. She has also studied improv and sketch at The PIT and UCB. She is Founding Producing Artistic Director of Leela NYC Theatre Festival. She is also Co-Producing this season of Casa de Beverley's reading series, One Acts and Snacks.