Agustin Reyes

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Gus Reyes is an American theatre director who for nearly 10 years was co-founder and Producing Artistic Director of The Next Stage Company. Next Stage was a New York-based performing arts company, where he produced and/or directed over 200 shows. In New York Reyes also directed plays, staged reading and or workshops at the Roundabout, Atlantic Theatre (Stage 2), MTC, MCC, Summer Play Festival, the Underwood Theatre and Epic Rep. Regionally, he has worked at the Hartford Stage and the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Connecticut, the Adirondack Theatre Festival in New York, the Salt Lake Acting Company in Utah, Onyx in North Carolina, and the Philadelphia Theatre Company in Pennsylvania.

Reyes is the president and owner of Stolen Car Productions, specializing in production, post production and music for film and television, where he directs and or executive produces commercials, documentaries and film projects. It is also Executive Producer for JECO Music, creators of music for film and TV.

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Various Staged Readings: Hartford Stage, Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, MTC, New Dramatists, etc.

Teacher/Guest Artist/Artist Residencies: New York University Faculty, O'Neill, NTI, University of Utah

Education: North Carolina School of the Arts, B.F.A.

Related skills and experience: Fluent in Spanish; produced over 200 productions and workshops of new plays, films, dance and music concerts, solo performance, and multimedia works.

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