Dylan Arredondo is a DC-based, Latino-Japanese theatremaker, originally from Las Vegas, Nevada. He has worked on productions and workshops while in New York with the Flea Theater, INTAR, Playwrights Horizons, Repertorio Español, La Mama Experimental Theatre, Hamlet Isn't Dead, Cave Theatre Co., F2T's Company, Gallery Players, the Theatre Development Fund, FringeNYC, Columbia University, & NYU. In his first year in DC, he has acted with Longacre Lea, Theater J, Olney Theatre Center, Georgetown University, Smithsonian’s Discovery Theatre, Rorschach Theatre, Constellation Theatre Company, the Hub Theatre, Baltimore Center Stage, Inkubator New Works Development Laboratory, and Spooky Action Theatre.

He has performed in venues which include London's Jermyn Street Theatre, Labyrinth Theatre Company, the Brick Theater, Dixon Place, Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Baruch Performing Arts Center, and many others.

Dylan has previously been a company member of the Bats Resident Acting Company at the Flea Theater, Shakespeare in the Square, Cue for Passion Collaborative, Blessed Unrest's Train Gang, and INTAR's Unit 52.

Dylan has also worked in directing (INTAR), producing (Shakespeare in the Square, Shout Alone Theatre Company), casting (Blvck Tvlip Productions), stage management (National Players, Roll the Bones Theatre Company), company management (National Players), and electrics (National Players, Olney Theatre Center). Additionally, he has worked as a teaching artist nationally with National Players and locally with Shakespeare in the Square.

Dylan holds a BFA in Drama from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, with minors in Entertainment Business and Psychology of Sexual Orientation. He has trained in Shakespearean performance at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and in physical theatre & creating original work at the International Theatre Workshop in Amsterdam. He also trained at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York, and with Theater Mitu. He holds an Honors Certificate in Theatre Studies awarded for his thesis, "Pedophilia & Performance: Pedophilic Treatment Through the Lens of Fantasy, Reality, & Ethics."

He just finished touring across the United States, performing Othello, The Great Gatsby, and Alice in Wonderland with the National Players, produced by Olney Theatre Center. He currently resides in Silver Spring, Maryland, pursuing performance work in the DC/Maryland/Virginia metropolitan area, and works as a teaching artist for Imagination Stage, Baltimore Center Stage, and Educational Theatre Company. Concurrently, he is also pursuing interests in visual art, working in the education departments at the Kreeger Museum, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, and the National Building Museum.

What's next? I don't know. You tell me. Contact me and let's get collaborating!