Sebastian Nunez graduated Columbia College Chicago with a BA in General Theater with the hopes of attending grad school for Performance Studies or Chicanx/Latino Studies. After struggling with depression, he found himself in a cultural reawakening of sorts and rediscovered his roots and culture and sought to further decolonize and dive into his identity as a first generation queer chicanx of immigrant parents. An aspiring theater maker, he wishes to write, direct, and perform the stories of marginalized identities under a theater collective he is starting, 312Misfits; an intersectional, diverse theater collective of artists of all identities. He wants to be part of the movement that is seeking to diversify the American theater and bring broader representation of brown, black, queer, disabled, etc. bodies to the stage. He aims to use theater as a tool for social change and coping tool for the violence, trauma, mental illness, and social stigmas that many communities endure. Sebastian is also a Gates Millennium Scholar.