My short film Hitchcock’s Purses won Detaron TV fourth quarter festival audience award. Edited by Peter Mark with music composed by Rob Cavallo. My tv pilot Highland is a quarter finalist in Stage 32’s Diversity…
I am a Los Angeles based writer, performer, and filmmaker. I am the daughter of a Cuban revolutionary and runner up Miss Cuba 1959. Being brought in to the world by these two larger than life personalities has colored every aspect of my life. I made a solo show of that experience, Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary, which toured the U.S., Europe, and Mexico. I am a multi-lingual, multi-disciplinary artist. I create stories that unearth lost histories and give voice to those silenced or forgotten.
Her spot-on accents and eye for subtle gestures breathe life into her characters…At times, the effect is uproarious.Agustin GurzaThe Los Angeles Times
a skilled performerChris JonesThe Chicago Tribune
Chibas has a dancer's physicality that keeps her compulsively watchable. Great stuff, perfectly played.David LefkowitzNew York Theater Review
As a performer, Chibas is as clean and precise as her writing.Sophie VitelloChicago Theater Review
The public went wild…in Marissa flows the blood, the hope of another type of Cuban revolutionary, one that rings in a Cuba without dictators.Mercedes SolerEl Nuevo Herald
September 14th 2019 at 6pm at the Mary Pickford theater in Hollywood.
Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary will be presented September 8th-10th in Atlanta at Kennesaw State University and October 8th – 13th at the Goodman Theater as part of Chicago’s Destinos Festival 2019.
It really feels like Chibás becomes her family, and the transitions are masterfully done...Daniel MendozaGozamos.com
Chibas’ real coup is in her portraiture...the characters in Shelter’s sharply sketched collage…are notable for the disarming, everyday sameness of their aspirations to those of any American adolescent living in Sherman Oaks or Highland Park.LA Weekly
... impassioned and physically unstinting acting. We succumb to her magnetic forceThe New Yorker