Esaú Mora is a first-generation Chicano-Americano expat.
He is an actor, comic, writer, & performance-artist.
revotura, his most recent performance-art piece, was commissioned by The Hemispheric Institute of Performance & Politics and the Department of Performance Studies at NYU for the Sense of Brown: JEM Jam on September 9, 2021, a "vaudevillian, frenetic, and futuristic frenzy within the variety show tradition...a cascade of queer black, brown defiance" in celebration of José Esteban Muñoz's posthumous book, The Sense of Brown.
NYC Credits: Harbored for En Garde Arts; [PORTO], Big Green Theatre at The Bushwick Starr; Dreamers Often Lie at The Tank. Regional Credits: Read To Me at Portland Stage; Wondrous Strange, Wellesley Girl at the Humana Festival; That Thing That Time, The Lie Mission at Actors Theatre of Louisville. He has performed his original works and stand-up for the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, New Masculinities Festival at The LGBTQ Center, House of Yes, Club Cumming, Cobra Club, Actors Theatre of Louisville, & NZ International Comedy Festival.
ACCENTSAmerican (standard), Boston, Bronx, Mid-Western, New York, Southern American, Australian, Cockney, Liverpool, RP, Scottish, French, Spanish