Rosalba Rolón is a revered visionary and a passionate creator of musical theater that celebrates Latinx voices and cultures. Co-founder of Pregones and now Artistic Director of Pregones/Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, she spearheads the sustained development of the company’s acting and music ensemble, creative methodology, and original repertory. An accomplished actor, director, and dramaturg, Rosalba specializes in the adaptation of non-dramatic texts for stage performance and draws from multiple traditions of Caribbean, Latin American, and U.S.-Latino theater to build Pregones/PRTT’s distinct body of work. Salient distinctions include the Doris Duke Artist Award, New York Latin ACE Gold Award in Theater, Teer Pioneer Award from National Black Theatre, USA Fontanals Fellowship in Theater and Performance, and Creative Capital Award, among others. She serves on the boards of the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) and United States Artists (USA), is a faculty member of both the NALAC Leadership Institute and the Association of Performing Arts Presenters Emerging Leadership Institute, and is member of the Nominating Committee for the Tony Awards, presented annually by the American Theatre Wing and The Broadway League.