Since 1992 he has professionally participated in more than 30 stage productions, as well as in national and international festivals. Arreola has performed at the Grec Festival in Barcelona, Spain; the Festival Fricciones in Dijon, France; the Brooklyn Academy of Music; Duke Institute of the Arts of North Carolina; The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.; Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival in Chicago; the Latin Festival in Los Angeles and Miami and the Hispanic Festival in Chicago; and the Time-Based Art Festival Portland, Oregon. He has also participated in South America's Festival Iberoamerica de Teatro in Bogotá, Colombia; Festival de Teatro de a Mil Santiago in Chile; and the International Cervantino Festival in Mexico, among others.
Arreola has worked under the direction of Claudio Valdez Kuri, Rubén Ortiz, Daniel Jiménez Cacho, Catherine Marnas, Luis de Tavira, Marco Antonio Silva, David Olguin, Mario Espinoza, Alberto Lomnitz, Victoria Gutierrez, Raúl Quintanilla, and José Antonio Cordero. He has performed in plays such as Eva Peron, El Homosexual O Las Dificultades de Expresarse, Las Cuatro Gemelas de Copi, La Estética del Crimen by Paul Porter, Bertolt Brecht's La Opera de Tres Centavos and Un Hombre es un Hombre, No Hay Ladron que por Bien No Venga, Becket O el Honor de Dios, (for which he was awarded best male co-performance by the Asociación de Periodistas Teatrales in 1994), Misantropia, and Jorge Ibarguengoitia's La Lucha con el Angel, which was awarded Best Play by the Union de Criticos y Cronistas Teatrales in 1994.
Arreola has also performed with Argentinean-Mexican Group 55 in Vieja Al Ultimo. With the Compañía Nacional de Treatro, he performed in Roberto Zucco by Bernard-Marie Koltés and El Aumovil Gris by Claudio Valdés Kuri, Las Brujas de Salem (The Crucible) by Arthur Miller, De Pelicula by Julio Castillo, as well as in children plays such as La Fogata Palabantinu from Alberto Lomnitz.
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