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PQ starred in this short film by Lil Creative Machine's Nick Petrie. It premiered in 2013 at Tropfest and has gone on to play at eight different film festivals.
A collaborative video and design project directed by Andrew Robinson of AcrStudio, with PQ in the role of a young man coming to grips with the birth of a new child.
PQ played Horace in Greg Taubman's charming outdoor production of Moliere's School for Wives.
PQ plays a mysterious lead role in a new short film by Vincent Rubingh. Post-production has wrapped and the film will be making a premiere soon.
PQ stars as a man who becomes embroiled in the life of a woman he's never met while preparing for his own suicide. This film is currently in post-production. Release dates have yet to be announced.
Elizabeth Van Dyke directed this short play as part of River Crosses Rivers, a festival of new plays at Ensemble Studio Theatre. It featured PQ in the role of Franco.
PQ performed in Classical Theatre of Harlem's production of Henry V. He played the role of Michael Williams as well as several smaller parts in a critically noted performance.
Paulo starred in a new One Man Show produced by Core Ensemble. PQ portrayed three different revolutionary figures in Latin American history accompanied by the core ensemble musicians.
PQ starred in the film Poppies for a Funeral. After a first shoot that covered the majority of principal photography, the film experienced a series of delays and is still awaiting completion.
Critics loved PQ as Oswald in Henrik Ibsen's ghosts.
"Paulo Quiros avoids Oswald's maudlin trap with devilish charm, at once lovable, dangerous, and damned." - NyTheatre.com
"Quiros is savage and visceral in his portrayal, showing a stunning range between the lusty young man at the height of his powers and the crumbling monster at the depth of his fall." -Quazen, Arts
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Paulo Quiros starred as Macbeth in the immortal Scottish play. This beautifully simple production was directed by Bridget Durkin of Extant Arts, and set among the rocks and hills of Central Park at sunset.
PQ plays Rachel's rakish brother John in this pilot for a potential series.
Staged amid the rocks and forests of Mineral Springs in Central Park, Extant Arts' production of A Midsummer Night's Dream was a revelation. PQ starred as both Oberon and Theseus.
Directed by the illustrious Nancy Gabor, and staged at the beautiful Algonquin theatre near Union Square in Manhattan, Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters was one of the spring's surprise hits, and a difficult ticket to get. PQ played a dashing Vershinin alongside a beautiful and talented cast of young actors.