Fabian Aguilar

Fabian Aguilar, Yale

FABIAN FIDEL AGUILAR (Costume Design) was born in El Paso, TX where its giant skies and vast desert landscape were a blank canvas for a highly active imagination.

He is a recent graduate of Yale School of Drama, where his credits include The Moors (a Yale Repertory Theater world premier). His other credits include Preston Montfort—An American Tragedy and The Master and Margarita (Yale School of Drama); Midsummer’s, Love Holds a Lamp in This Little Room, Orlando (Yale Summer Cabaret 2015: Rough Magic); He Left Quietly (SummerWorks Performance Festival, Toronto and Yale Cabaret); Knives in Hens, Quartet, Zero Scenario, A New Saint for a New World (Yale Cabaret); and the 2014 Dwight/Edgewood Project. He has worked for various theatres, conservatories, and universities in Boston including American Repertory Theater, Boston Ballet, Moscow Ballet, Beau Jest, the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, among others. Fabian Aguilar received his BA from Boston University.

THE MOORS by Jen Silverman, directed by Jackson Gay. Photo © Joan Marcus, 2016.

The Mastiff in The Moors by Jen Silverman, Yale Repertory Theater, directed by Jackson Gay.


He Left Quietly by Yaël Farber, Toronto SummerWorks Festival and Yale Caba-ret, directed by Leora Morris.

These Seven Sicknesses | FABIAN FIDEL AGUILAR

Ajax and Agamemnon in These Seven Sicknesses, Suffolk University, directed by Wesley Savick