Michelle M. Aguillon

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Michelle M. Aguillon (Director, Walking it Off and Hummingbird) (she/hers) has worked in Boston-area theatre for more than 25 years as a director, actor, writer, and producer. Directing credits include (virtual): Boston Resilience Project Plays: East Boston, Nos Vemos (Speakeasy Stage Co.), Home for the Holidays (Open Theatre Project for the Boston Theater Marathon), Asian/American in Harvard Square and Torched, Incantation, Voice of Reason, and An Elegant Storm (Umbrella Stage Co.), the 3rd Annual Asian American Playwright Collective Playfest (2020). Directing for the stage: Fences, The Joy Luck Club, Disgraced, To Kill a Mockingbird, True West (Umbrella Stage Co.), Augusta and Noble (Emerson Theater), Clybourne Park, Terra Nova, Of Mice and Men (Quannapowitt Players), Vietgone (Company One), Sylvia (Theatre Uncorked, Calderwood), Proof (The Nora, Central Square Theater), Rabbit Hole, Marjorie Prime, Pillowman, Kimberly Akimbo, Looking for Normal, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and G.R. Point (Hovey Players). She studied at San Francisco State University and at the National Theatre in the UK. Michelle is the Executive Director of the Creative Arts School in Reading, and serves on the Board of Directors at StageSource.