I'm looking forward to making my Studio Theatre debut this fall as the incomparable, swashbuckling British sailor, Hannah Snell in the play Deborah by Elizabeth A.M. Keel. Come this fall, this staged reading will be filmed and streamed in a new virtual presentation at The Studio Theatre at Tierra Del Sol.



Tickets are available for $10 on the following days only:

SEPT 25TH 2020 @ 7:00pm EDT | OCT 2ND 2020 @ 7:00pm EDT | OCT 9TH 2020 @ 7:00pm EDT


You can get your ticket here, an stream the show virtually from the comfort of your own home!


This play is a feisty reimagining of the life of Deborah Sampson, a real woman who dressed as a man and fought in the Revolutionary War alongside soldiers like Paul Revere. Inspired by the infamous British sailor Hannah Snell, she chooses to swap her fate for a male's and enlists in the Continental Army. Despite its difficulties, she proves a fantastic soldier. After the war she squeezes uncomfortably into the role of wife and mother and saves the family farm by becoming a successful author. This rebellious drama vivifies her astonishing journey straddling the realms of both genders embodying mother and warrior, loner and celebrity, wild rover and wife.


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In the Press

  • Peter & the Starcatcher

    "Lopez is winsome and strong as the precocious Molly. Clearly embodying the girl power that drives the show, she is firmly in control, and in a show driven by whimsy, never looks silly, even when speaking in with her father in a silly dodo language. "
    -Len Fonte  

  • The Thanksgiving Play

    "Miss Lopez plays Alicia as a free-spirited, into herself LA actress, with little depth but with a lovable heart. She adds some spice to the play."

    -Carolan Trbovich

  • In the Time of the Butterflies

    "American writer with Dominican roots (played with an even hand by Clare Lopez). "
    -Andrew Meacham

  • Windfall

    "Clare has been such a joy to work with. The chemistry she and

    Mallory showed together in their scenes together was palpable. The two knew and loved their characters enough that they were able to easily point out a weakness in the script that prompted Christie to write what is now one of my favorite scenes of the entire season... She's a god damn professional and we're so lucky to have her aboard."

    Bob Raymonda: Creator/ Director