Sean San José is a director, writer, and actor, best known for his work in theatre. Sean has helped create and curate a program called the Hybrid Project, formed to bring together artists of all genres, merging differing and emerging styles of performance in order to find a new performance language. He also conceived the theatre project Pieces of the Quilt, a collection of short plays confronting the AIDS epidemic. He also organized and created the AIDS Service Arts organization Alma Delfina Group-Teatro Contra el SIDA, to distribute funds and present benefit performances.
He has been awarded a San Francisco Arts Commission Individual Artist Commission, and Bay Area Critics’ Circle, Drama-Logue, Backstage West, Cable Car, and Bay Guardian Goldie Artistic Achievement in Theatre Awards.
Sean is also a Co-founder of Campo Santo, the Award-winning resident theatre company of San Francisco’s Intersection for the Arts.