Joey Reyes (they/them) is a queer and non-binary grandchild of a Mexican immigrant born and raised in Southern California as the eldest of seven siblings. In 2017, they moved to the east coast to expand their portfolio as a producer, facilitator, and writer. In addition to their role at The Sol Project, they are also the Executive Assistant and Line Producer at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT.
Joey has previously worked in administrative and artistic capacities at American Conservatory Theater, Chautauqua Theater Company, Cleveland Playhouse, Cornerstone Theater Company, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Faultline Theater, MCC Theater, SoHo Playhouse, and The Public Theater. In September 2020, they were featured as one of “19 Theater Workers You Should Know” in a special issue of American Theatre Magazine dedicated to highlighting transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) theatre artists.
Joey’s commitment to decolonizing the arts has manifested through their collaborations with organizations such as the Arts Administrators of Color Network, artEquity, First Nations Theater Guild, and Radio Caña Negra. Their written work has been featured in the Los Angeles-based zine, Young Ignorantes. B.A. in Theatre Arts and Business Administration minor from Azusa Pacific University and Oxford University. IG & Twitter: @mxjoeyreyes.