Current Advisory Board

Lena Garcia, Chair
Dorothy Auyong
Patty Sikorski
Janet Song
Kerry English
Barbara Miller
Leslie Gray

If you are interested in serving on Tri-Pi's board, please contact us at:

Our Mission

Triumvirate Pi Theatre is dedicated to producing provocative live theatre that breaks down perceived barriers of race, gender, and disability for all Los Angeles artists and audiences. We only produce in wheelchair accessible venues and we provide open captioning at all our mainstage show performances. We produce original works for both families and adults, including puppetry productions, that push the boundaries of theater.

Tri-Pi Artists

We often collaborate with artists we admire or are familiar with on particular projects. We also have open casting for a variety of roles, depending on the production. Our core artistic members are:


Leslie K. Gray, Photo of Leslie K. Gray and a whimsical shadow art piece she created
Artistic Director

Leslie was one of the founding members of Triumvirate Pi along with Diane Lefer and Sachi Oyama. She took over as Artistic Director in 2002. A writer, director, and puppetry artist, Leslie has designed for theatres in Los Angeles like the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, MYE Theater Company, and Circle X. She is an LA Weekly Theatre Award winner for her puppet designs for Circle X's Grendel. Her performances have been presented in Minneapolis, MN; Montevideo, Uruguay; New Delhi, India; and across Los Angeles. As a puppeteer she has worked with Cornerstone Theatre Company and The Rogue Artists Ensemble. She received her BA in Theatre Arts from UCLA. Also an educator of the Deaf, Leslie has her Masters degree in Deaf Education and was an LA Cultural Affairs Grantee for a series of workshops that provided English literacy enhancement through theater for deaf children.


Photo of Lena Garcia

Lena Garcia

Scenic Designer, prop designer, and puppeteer. Her work has been seen at Theatre at Boston Court and A Noise Within, as well as her puppeteering and designing for Tri-Pi. Lena hails from Milwaukee and got her BFA in Theatre from Ithaca College in New York.




Rosalie Tucker

Rosalie has been a performer since the age of six when she forced her family to watch her practice jete leaps from the couch to Prince's Purple Rain. Since then she has continued in her search for artistic expression by studying dance, theater, puppetry, fire-dancing, and clowning. This had led her to work with a variety of performance groups including Viver Brasil, March Fourth Marching Band, Michael Franti and Spearhead, and Travesty Revue Burlesque. Rosalie holds a BA in Dance and Choreography from UCLA's World Arts and Cultures department and currently works in LAUSD schools as an arts educator.


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