Richard E. Reyes
 

Current Position
            Director: Pancho Claus Art and Education Project
            Youth Mentor: Precint Six, Constable Victor Trevino
            Drama Teacher: Children's Prison Project
 
  Contract / Volunteer Work
           Ripley House Drama and Youth Programs 1983-90
           Communities in Schools Alternative Education Program, 1991-92
           Young Audiences of Houston performer, 1990-93
           Jackson Middle School, gang prevention,coordinator of arts and recreation clubs 1985-93
           Mayors Art Task Force consultant, 1991-92
           Marshall Middle School, art coordinator for six feeder schools
           “R” Gang Prevention founder
           Director, “Dia De La Raza” , Institute of Hispanic Culture - Miller Theater 1985-1991
           Chicano Family Center, AIDS drama project 1989-1992
           University of Houston Shakespeare Outreach Program, 1992-2000
            
  Current Organization
           Board, Greater Houston Convention Visitors Bureau   
             American Leadership Forum Fellow
           President, Multicultural Arts Cooperative of Houston
           Nuestra Palabra Advisory Board
           Chairperson, G.H.C.V.B. Multicultural Committee
           
  Previous Organizations
           Executive Director: Talento Bilingue De Houston  1983-2003
           Founder of TBH Youth Programs 1983
           Second Ward Development Committee
           Eastwood Civic Association, former board member
           Vice President, Association of Latino Artist
           Board Member, Cultural Arts Council of Houston/Harris County
           Hispanic Art Caucus, member, former board member
           
  Honors
           Jefferson Award
           McDonald’s Hero Award  
           1997 Leadership for the Arts Award presented by Business Volunteer for the Arts
           KTRK “Person of the Week”
           Univision Humanitarian Award (“Christina show”)
           Telemundo Hispanic Leaders Award
           Hispanic Postal Employees “Felix Fraga Humanitarian Award”
           Fiestas Patrias Artist of the Year
           Houston Press Hero Award
           LULAC 1999 Hispanic Excellence in America Award

 

Richard E.Reyes
 
                 Pastorini-Bosby
           3013 Fountainview #240
               Houston,TX 77057
                  713.266.4488
 
 
Personal
Height: 6ft
Weight: 205
Eyes:  Brown
Hair:  Black
Languages: English & Spanish
 
Film
“Alamo”                                                      Walt Disney Productions              
“Lone Star”                                                 Castle Rock/John Sayles              
“Bad Girls”`                                                20th Centery Fox
“Simple Men”                                              Hal Hartly              
“Finding the Way Home”                             M.G.M./U.A. Television                                         
“Rough Riders”                                           TNT Network
“Women of Independent Means”                 Independent Prod.                                          
“Bottle Rocket”                                           Branded Prod.                                          
“Stars Fall Over Henrietta”                          Warner Bros.                  
“Final Verdict”                                             T.F.V. Corporation        
“Robo Cop II”                                                                              
“Miller & Miller”                                             Trebitsilt Productions                 
“Houston Knights”                                          A.B.C. Productions 
“Matt Houston”                                                A.B.C. Productions             
“Alamo Dream”                                                P.B.S.                               
Industrial                                                           B.F.I.                      
Several PSAs for Crimstoppers, etc.
 
Theater(Highlights)
“Shame Factor”                                U of H/Edward Albee Wksp.         
“Frieda & Diego”                             Stages Theater              
“The Last of the
 Menu Girls”                                     Main Street Theater                                          
“The Poison Tree”                            Ensemble Theater                                          
“De Donde”                                     Alley Theater              
“Pancho Claus”                                 Talento Bilingue de Houston