In the old world, Lola Guerrero worked for the water utility Poragua, responsible for water treatment in the Gonzalez Dam outside of Tijuana and water distribution throughout the city and its environs. Since the outbreak, she's become something of a saint to the people of the city, administering to masses, struggling to provide medicine for the sick and dying. The Gonzalez Dam's been taken over by less savory forces and Lola now finds herself caught between her allegiance to the people and her need to defend the reservoir. She's caught in a vice -- until a ghost arrives to rescue the saint.
Lisandra Tena is a Mexican-American actress born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She began her acting training at Working Classroom in Albuquerque and graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in Acting from the prestigious Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago. To list a few, her theatre credits include Mother Road (Goodman Theatre), Crime Scene and This Is Not a Cure for Cancer (Collaboraction Theater Company), Augusta and Noble (Adventure Stage) and Your Problem with Men (Los Angeles Theatre Center). She has performed her self-written one-woman show, Guera, in Chicago, New Mexico, and Arizona, and her Los Angeles debut is scheduled in August of 2017. She has appeared in numerous short films, commercials, voiceovers, and as Lina Ochoa on the NBC television show Chicago P.D. In 2013, the Chicago Tribune named her One of the Top 10 New Faces in Chicago Theater. She was a recipient of the 2015 Residency Fellowship from the Women's International Study Center and is an ensemble member of Teatro Luna.