Hector Rodriguez


Hector is a Los Angeles based director and is excited to be working with the Watts Village Theater Company for the first time.  He is a resident director at Casa 0101 in Boyle Heights and frequently collaborates with founder and artistic director, Josefina Lopez.  Hector has directed the world premieres of several of Ms Lopez’ plays including: A Cat Named Mercy, and Detained in the Desert which explored the controversial anti-immigrant Arizona law, SB1070.  He also directed the Los Angeles Times Critics Choice I Don’t Have to Show You No Stinking Badges the LA Weekly acclaimed Love Letters to Women and co-directed the Imagen Award winning 8 Ways to Say I Love My Life at Casa 0101.  Other productions include: Los Embrujados & Midnight Mass with The Working Artists Lab, You Can Call Me Eve at Write Act Rep and most recently The Real Cinco de Mayo at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes.  He is a member of Directors Lab West and a Theater Communications Group “Young Leader of Color” member.  Please be on the look out for Combat Ready, Hector’s directorial short film debut due out this spring.

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