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Gabriel Kuttner

 
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Gabriel Kuttner is a Boston-based actor, educator, producer and director. He has worked with Actors' Shakespeare Project, Lyric Stage, New Rep, Stoneham Theatre, Boston Playwrights' Theatre, Israeli Stage, Publick Theatre, WHAT, Harbor Stage as well as across the US and Europe. Mr. Kuttner was a ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Gabriel Kuttner is a Boston-based actor, educator, producer and director. He has worked with Actors' Shakespeare Project, Lyric Stage, New Rep, Stoneham Theatre, Boston Playwrights' Theatre, Israeli Stage, Publick Theatre, WHAT, Harbor Stage as well as across the US and Europe. Mr. Kuttner was a ... (read complete bio)
 

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Gabriel Kuttner

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Gabriel Kuttner

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Gabriel Kuttner Biography

Gabriel Kuttner is a Boston-based actor, educator, producer and director. He has worked with Actors' Shakespeare Project, Lyric Stage, New Rep, Stoneham Theatre, Boston Playwrights' Theatre, Israeli Stage, Publick Theatre, WHAT, Harbor Stage as well as across the US and Europe. Mr. Kuttner was a founding member of Orfeo Group, whose work was thrice recognized by the Elliot Norton committee. As an actor, he has twice been the recipient of the IRNE award (Solo Performance and Best Supporting Actor). Mr. Kuttner has served on the faculty of Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Salem State University and Northeastern University, where he has taught acting, public speaking, dialect and producing.




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SIX, AMERICAN UTOPIA, Rachel Chavkin, Ben Levi Ross, and Billy Porter-Directed THE PU Photo SIX, AMERICAN UTOPIA, Rachel Chavkin, Ben Levi Ross, and Billy Porter-Directed THE PURISTS Take Home Elliot Norton Awards
by A.A. Cristi - May 11, 2020

Among tonight's winners was the pre-Broadway engagement of Six the Musical. which took home Outstanding Visiting Production for its run at ART, while David Byrne's American Utopia was honored with Best Visiting Performance, Musical.

BWW Review: THE 39 STEPS: Playing Hitchcock For Laughs Photo BWW Review: THE 39 STEPS: Playing Hitchcock For Laughs
by Nancy Grossman - Jul 15, 2019

If there's one thing that summer theater should be, it's fun, and Gloucester Stage Company's production of THE 39 STEPS happily fulfills the requirement. Actually, it is more than fun - it is laugh out loud funny, thanks to the witty script, the crisp direction by Artistic Director Robert Walsh, and the antics and split-second comic timing of a quartet of actors who play over 150 characters without going off the rails. Joining them on stage is Malachi Rosen, a Foley Artist who produces a litany of sound effects, allowing the audience to see and hear how every door slam, train whistle, and gun shot happens. The 1935 film was a classic Alfred Hitchcock thriller, but the stage adaptation by Patrick Barlow heaps large helpings of farce and satire atop the story, while maintaining a high level of suspense.

THE 39 STEPS Comes to Gloucester Stage Photo THE 39 STEPS Comes to Gloucester Stage
by Stephi Wild - Jul 7, 2019

Gloucester Stage Company continues its 40th Anniversary Season of professional theater with Patrick Barlow's witty mystery play The 39 Steps from July 5 through July 28 at Gloucester Stage Company, 267 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA. This award winning comic thriller adapted for the stage by Patrick Barlow, from the 1915 novel by John Buchan and from the 1935 movie by Alfred Hitchcock, premiered on Broadway in 2008. The 39 Steps has played in over forty countries world-wide, winning Olivier (United Kingdom); Helpmann (Austraila); Moliere (France) and Tony Awards. The play garnered the 2007 Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy; the 2008 Tony Awards for Best Lighting Design and Best Sound Design; the 2008 Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience; the 2009 Helpmann Award for Best Regional Touring Production; and the 2009 Moliere Award for Best Comedy.

Harbor Stage Opens THE WEIR Photo Harbor Stage Opens THE WEIR
by BWW News Desk - Jun 14, 2018

The Harbor Stage Company, the artist-run ensemble on Cape Cod's Wellfleet Harbor, opens their seventh intrepid season with Conor McPherson's spellbinding drama The Weir. Set in a sleepy Irish pub, this modern classic follows a lonely newcomer and band of local bachelors as they wind through an unexpectedly eerie evening. Rich humor and haunting lyricism shape this hypnotic portrait of community, confession, and the thin line between memory and myth.

Harbor Stage Opens THE WEIR Photo Harbor Stage Opens THE WEIR
by Stephi Wild - May 23, 2018

The Harbor Stage Company, the artist-run ensemble on Cape Cod's Wellfleet Harbor, opens their seventh intrepid season with Conor McPherson's spellbinding drama The Weir. Set in a sleepy Irish pub, this modern classic follows a lonely newcomer and band of local bachelors as they wind through an unexpectedly eerie evening. Rich humor and haunting lyricism shape this hypnotic portrait of community, confession, and the thin line between memory and myth.

The Gunpowder Plot to Stage Shakespeare Fight Night in 'A PALPABLE HIT'
by BWW News Desk - Nov 25, 2016

The Gunpowder Plot presents, from the producers of Shit-faced Shakespeare, a new theatrical experience: 'A Palpable Hit: Shakespeare's Best Fight Scenes.'

The Gunpowder Plot to Stage Shakespeare Fight Night in 'A PALPABLE HIT'
by BWW News Desk - Oct 17, 2016

The Gunpowder Plot presents, from the producers of Shit-faced Shakespeare, a new theatrical experience: 'A Palpable Hit: Shakespeare's Best Fight Scenes.'

BWW Review: THE LAST SCHWARTZ in New England Premiere at Gloucester Stage
by Nancy Grossman - Jul 12, 2016

Let's hope that THE LAST SCHWARTZ is not the last we'll see of the combined works of Deborah Zoe Laufer and Paula Plum. Following the success of the pairing of playwright and director in last summer's hilarious hit OUT OF STERNO, Gloucester Stage Company reunites the talented tandem for a pleasure ride to the dilapidated country home of the dysfunctional Schwartz family in Lake Huntington, New York. The witty, insightful New England premiere is given its due by a crackerjack cast who look like they've been performing together for months, not days.

BWW Reviews: GOD'S EAR: Cries and Whispers
by Nancy Grossman - Apr 1, 2015

Actors' Shakespeare Project takes a break from the Bard to stage the first Boston area production of Jenny Schwartz's linguistically-rich play GOD'S EAR. Thomas Derrah directs and draws authentic, heartbreaking performances from Tamara Hickey and Gabriel Kuttner as a married couple grieving the tragic loss of their son. Humor and hope rise to the surface from the depths of their suffering.

Actors' Shakespeare Project Presents GOD'S EAR, Now thru 4/12
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2015

Actors' Shakespeare Project brings the language of love and loss to center stage in Jenny Schwartz's play God's Ear, today, March 25-April 12, 2015, at The Davis Square Theatre, 255 Elm Street, Somerville. Performances are Wed. (March 25 only)-Fri, 7 pm; Sat., 2 pm; (except March 28) & 7 pm; Sun., 2 pm. (Press performance Saturday, March 28 at 7pm; please RSVP to jbpr@comcast.net.) Tickets are $28-$50; $15 student rush. For tickets and information, visit www.actorsshakespeareproject.org or call 617-776-2200 x225.