Joey Reyes (they/them) is a queer and non-binary grandchild of a Mexican immigrant, born and raised in Southern California with six younger siblings. In late 2017, they moved to the east coast to pursue work as a producer, facilitator, administrator, and writer.
Since 2015, Joey has worked in administrative and artistic capacities with Cornerstone Theater Company, American Conservatory Theater, Faultline Theater, Cleveland Playhouse, SoHo Playhouse, Chautauqua Theater Company, MCC Theater, Ensemble Studio Theatre, and The Public Theater. In addition to being The Sol Project's Associate Producer, they also serve as the Executive & Producing Assistant at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT.
Involvement with anti-racist arts movements include the First Nations Theater Guild, artEquity's Facilitator Training, and the Arts Administrators of Color Network. Their written work is featured in the Los Angeles-based, monthly zine Young Ignorantes. B.A. in Theatre Arts and Business Administration minor from Azusa Pacific University and Oxford University.