Three of Cups Productions exists to tell stories for social change.

Alexandra Varriano is a Seattle based actor and artist. Since graduating from Cornish College of the Arts with her BFA in Theater Original Works, she has been seeking new outlets for her creative voice. A theater artist at heart, she has started branching into film, including co-directing the feature film Loose Change with her brother, coming Summer 2022. After performing her solo show, A Pyrate’s Life: Anne Bonny, in February 2019, she has embarked upon adapting it for the screen. 

Alexandra’s vision is to bring women’s suppressed and untold stories to the surface of cultural consciousness. She strives to change perceptions of the female (and feminine) experience and help the next generations form new narratives. She seeks collaboration with passionate and intelligent artists that live their values and speak their truths.

Sebastian Varriano is an actor, writer, and director from Seattle, currently studying directing at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, getting his BFA in Film and Television Production. As a lifelong artist and activist,

Sebastian is committed to telling empowering stories that challenge the current lack of diversity in the entertainment industry and help shape it into something more representative of its communities. It is his goal to spend his life creating compassionate chaos and uplifting voices that are seldom heard, and he hopes you’ll join him in support.

Kymberlee della Luce is an interdisciplinary artist and producer. Dwelling at the intersection of compassion and action, she has been creating, teaching or leading for over 30 years.  Her art, like her life evolves but is always an exploration of the interstitial spaces, the bridge between the worlds and the fabric of the soul.

She is passionate about self-expression and equity, hers and yours.

Emphasizing creativity, spirituality, and embodiment, she is determined to see people experience creative and abundant lives while supporting each other through community.