A Night of Live Storytelling & Tomfoolery
5481 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
“Failure is unimportant.
It takes courage to make a fool of yourself."
We can never underestimate the power of a story to heal us, or the transformational effect a good belly laugh can have. That's why The Heartbreak Artists is bringing you the opportunity to be Fool · ish with a night of live storytelling and comedy. With performances by our gifted artists and an hour of open Mic, Fool · ish is the perfect setting for you to try out your new material, listen to master storytellers perfect their craft, and let your imagination run free.
Actor / Director / Author
Enrique Castillo has a career in Hollywood spanning over 40 years and has worked with directors such as Tony Scott, Taylor Hackford and Stephen Frears. His film appearances include Blood In Blood Out, Deja Vu, The End of Violence and Academy Award nominated film El Norte.
Enrique is also a screenwriter and author, most recently publishing his novel "The Dead of Summer"
Karina Noelle Castillo
Actor / Co-Founder of The Heartbreak Artists
Along with Co-Founding the Heartbreak Artists Karina is also and actor, award winning director, producer and entrepreneur from Los Angeles, CA. Her acting credits include The Good Doctor, Grey's Anatomy, Better Things, NCIS and General Hospital. She is also the founder of production company Another Killer Winter.
Singer / VR Artist
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and raised in Miami, Florida, Diversity is a genre-fluid bilingual
vocalist, songwriter, dancer, film maker, and powerhouse performer. She refined her craft and graduated from Berklee College of Music, where she performed alongside Chaka Khan, Ruben Blades, Anita Baker, Juan Luis Guerra, and Sheila E.
Singer / VR Artist
Isaac "Chaco" Ruelas, a non-binary Spiritual Artist and Los Angeles native, finds influence and inspiration in the cultural diversity around them. Their parents immigrated from Mexico in 1980 and quickly established themselves as Pastors fo the Pentecostal faith at an all Spanish-speaking congregation. Ruelas' childhood of religious immersion framed the artistic background for their spirituality and creativity. having studied Cultural Psychology at Asuza Pacific University, Ruelas hopes to influence the human psyche through art.