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Michael Aguirre


Michael began his career in Chicago working with Steppenwolf, the Windy City Players, Chicago Dramatists, and First Folio. Regional: The Wilma Theater (Philadelphia), Hexagon Theatre (South Africa), Red Barn Theater (Indiana). New York: Pearl Theatre (City Center), Signature Theatre, Waterwell, Snorks and Pins, and The Acting Studio/Chelsea Rep Lab, which produced his original play Almost a Fantasy at the 2012 NYC Fringe Festival. Michael was a 2011 Wide Eyed Productions Playwright Apprentice and a semi-finalist for the Neil Labute New Play Festival. He is a graduate from Indiana University. He is the former Producing Director of Access Theater (2016-2018).


For more information, visit his website: MichaelAllenAguirre.com.

This Wrestling Place (Miles), I Wanna Fuck Like Romeo and Juliet (Producer), Brecht: Call & Respond (Producer), Everything is Super Great (Producer), The Great Novel (Saul Brennan), Imagining Madoff (Producer), The American Tradition (Producer), Life x 3 (Producer), Hitler's Tasters (Producer), Meaningful Conversation (Producer), Less Than 50% (Producer), The Property (Producer), the hollower (Producer), Hal & Bee (Producer), Time Stands Still  (Producer), Breeders (Producer), Still Dance the Stars (Philip/Phil), Omega Kids (Producer), Sight Unseen (Producer), The Ross Howard Festival (Producer), Strange Country (Producer), REX (Playwright), No One Loves Us Here  (Producer), SIDD (Playwright/Ensemble), Picture Ourselves in Latvia (Producer), London Calling or The British Are Coming! (Producer), Apartment Play (Playwright/Richard), T.V. TIME! (Producer), The Oedipus Project (Oedipus), The Mountain King – part of the e-merging Artist Festival (Playwright), A Letter - part of inaugural fundraiser (Playwright).

The Great Novel

The Great Novel

As Saul in our production of The Great Novel

Still Dance the Stars

Still Dance the Stars

As Phil the Potato in Still Dance the Stars, a co-production with Chicago Dramatists

Apartment Play

Apartment Play

As Richard (also, the playwright) in our site specific production (February 2014).



As a Carnival Worker in our ensemble production (Chicago Fringe Festival, 2014).

The Oedipus Project

The Oedipus Project

As Oedipus in our inaugural production (Central Park, 2013).



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