When he returned to public relations in 1990 with David Rothenberg Associates, Igrejas found the joy that had been missing the first time around. The small firm represented such Broadway productions as The Song of Jacob Zulu and Lucifer's Child with Julie Harris, the off-Broadway phenomenon Tony n' Tina's Wedding and John Leguizamo's Mambo Mouth among many others. In 1991 Igrejas became associated with Blue Man Group and was their Public Relations Director until 2005 when he retired from full time duty. Along the way he repped many downtown theater and dance companies, including En Garde Arts, Reza Abdoh, Ann Carlson, The Builders Association and Richard Foreman and the Ontological-Hysteric Theatre, STREB and Peak Performances at Montclair State University.
Igrejas’ poetry is included in the anthology, A New Geography of Poets. His story, The Little Trooper was included in Men on Men 4. Other stories include Egghead Payne and Lovey. His first produced play was Shrinkage 2004 which got good reviews in the New York Times and Time Out. His play, Kitty and Lina, was produced in April 2008 and also received good reviews in The NY Times and Time Out. His play, Miss Mary Dugan won the Best Play, Best Director and Best Actor Awards at the 2009 Fresh Fruit Festival. Hassan and Sylvia won Best Play and Best Actress Awards at the 2010 Fresh Fruit Festival. Margarita and Max, won Best short play, Best actress and Best director awards at the 2013 Midtown Festival. NSA was part of the Left Out Festival in 2014 and was produced off-off Broadway the same year, earning good reviews. Other plays: Pittsburgh! Chantal and Doofus. Most plays are available at www.indietheaternow.com.