Theater credits include: La Casa de Bernarda Alba (Barnsdall Gallery Theatre), La Salamandra (Plaza de la Raza), Wild in Wichita (LATC and BFA, Directed by Denise Blasor), Heart Song (Fountain Theatre, dir Shirley Jo Finney, Trilogy: Dark; Beyond Dark; More Dark (Odyssey Theatre, dir Ron Sossi, Denise Blasor)The Clean House (Odyssey Theatre, dir. Ron Sossi), World Premieres of June in a Box (Intersection for the Arts, dir. Octavio Solis), Los Muertos (Elephant Theatre, dir. David Fofi), Electricidad (Mark Taper Forum, dir. Lisa Peterson), La Posada Magica (Odyssey Theater, dir. Diane Rodriguez).
Since 1995, Blasor has been Artistic Director of the LADiversified Theater Company, a multi-cultural theater alliance. She produced, performed, designed, co-wrote and directed The Three Sisters, Caderas, He Who Gets Slapped starring Bud Cort at the Hudson Theater, as well as productions at the LA Theater Center, Bilingual Foundation of the Arts and LA Jewish Theater. Her productions have been honored with DramaLogue, Ovation, Cesar, Back Stage West, and LA Weekly awards.
She has performed for the last twenty years at the The Bilingual Foundation of the Arts (BFA) which was founded in 1973 by Mexican-American actress Carmen Zapata and Cuban-born actress, playwright and director Margarita Galban. It was while performing YERMA that she was seen by producer Moctesuma Esparza and hired by Director Cinematographer Marcos Zurinaga to play YERMA in the thriller/mystery: The Disappearance of Garcia Lorca with Andy Garcia and Esai Morales.
As of 2010 she is Associate Artistic Director of Bilingual Foundation of the Arts.
She has been a voice over artist for over twenty years and has also worked in animation. Credits include Oscar nominated Puss In Boots and Happy Feet 1 and 2.