Tlaloc Rivas

Regional: ABIGAIL/1702 (Merrimack Rep, Boston); PERIBAÑEZ (Quantum Theatre, Pittsburgh) [co-directed with Megan Monaghan Rivas]; JOHANNA: FACING FORWARD (Cleveland Public); WIT and MARIELA IN THE DESERT (Aurora Theatre, Atlanta); IN LOVE AND WARCRAFT (Halcyon Theatre, Chicago), THE NEW WORLD (Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis), and others.

He is a co-founder of the Latinx Theatre Commons, a Usual Suspect with New York Theatre Workshop, an associate member of Stage Directors & Choreographers, and a member of the Dramatists Guild. Tlaloc is a graduate of UC Santa Cruz (with honors) and the University of Washington’s Professional Directors’ Training Program, with advanced training from SITI Company, Cornerstone Theater, and the Sir John Gielgud Fellowship in Classical Directing at the Court Theatre in Chicago.