Eduardo Xavier Curley-Carrillo biography
Eduardo Xavier Curley-Carrillo
At Writers Theatre: A Doll's House
Eduardo Xavier Curley-Carrillo is a native of Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood and Guadalajara, JAL. He has graduated from Illinois State University and the National Theatre Institute. Most recently, he’s worked on Ike Holter’s Lottery Day at the Goodman Theatre. Eduardo is a Hypocrites’ ensemble member (Wit, The Pirates of Penzance and H.M.S. Pinafore), has worked at Lifeline Theatre (Bilal Dardai’s The Man Who Was Thursday), Northlight Theater (Curve of Departure), Children’s Theater of Madison (The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane), American Players Theatre (A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Cyrano de Bergerac, Three Sisters), Remy Bumppo (The Life of Galileo, Pirandello’s Henry IV), The National Music Theater Conference (White City) and The Lyric Opera of Chicago (Bel Canto, Cenerentola). Radio plays include Make Believe Association works (Brava and an upcoming WBEZ play based on the 1919 Chicago race riots). In 2020, you’ll be able to catch Eduardo on the Steep Theatre stage working on Isaac Gomez’ novel inquest into border life and modern Mexican-American duality Leopard Play, or sad songs for boys. Thank you for patronizing our theaters!
[Bio as of September 5]