Bacigalupo has been part of the theater community for fifteen years in Miami as an actress. She also co-founded theater group TOP (Theatre of the Oppressed Miami) and on Spring 2011, participated with the mentioned group as a producer and actress at the Arsht Center of The Performing Arts for the Miami Made Festival. She has also ventured into screenplay writing and co-directing; her first short film “The Penny” in which she also contributed as an actress was part of the Miami Short Film Festival 2011, under the section of upcoming local talent. It also won Audience Award for Best Short at the Ft. Lauderdale Red Eye Film Festival. Her second short film “Baggage” directed, produced and written by her was an official selection at the Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival, screened in March 2016. It was also selected as one of the films for the Palm Spring Short Fest Market as part of the Festival of June 2016. Most recently it was an official selection at the HavanaFama Short Film Festival August 2017. It has also been selected by PBS mentorship program for filmmakers and aired on PBS March 6 and 8th of 2018. Most recently it has been selected as an official selection for the Golden State Film Festival to be streamed on Roku's channel Shorts Daily this March 2021. Bacigalupo is currently working on her webisode series "The Doll from the Box" directed and written by her which streams on YouTube and its currently in preproduction for season 2. The short film of this project was an official selection of WRPN TV Short, Tight and Loose Global Film Festival Competition 2020, winning Exceptional Merit. The pilot version of “The Doll from the Box is an official selection of the Golden State Film Festival 2021 winning the Grand Prize for Best Webisode or Pilot. Furthermore, her long feature screenplay “Saving Shakespeare” has been selected by the Golden State Film Festival 2021, winning Best Comedy/Romance Feature Screenplay. Bacigalupo has been seen in numerous local theater plays since the year 2000 and in several independent films and TV commercials.