Michael Gabiano

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Michael Gabiano BIO

Michael Gabiano – Is a 1986 graduate of Western Connecticut State University (BA, Theatre Arts), where he was awarded both the Adam Aitchison Scholarship Award (Outstanding Senior Thesis) and the Danbury Theatre League Award. He spent a cumulative 3 years after graduating in National Tours, performing musicals and the plays of Shakespeare; and has been seen on stages in 46 of the contiguous United States. On stage, Michael was most recently seen in the Group Repertory Theatre Company’s (Los Angeles) world premiere productions of Normal Noises (written and directed by Clara Rodriguez), and Creative Differences (written and directed by Tom Lazarus). He made his GRT debut in the role of Banjo in The Man Who Came to Dinner, directed by Bruce Kimmel. NYC Theatre: World premieres of Awaken the Wolves (Spotlight On/New Village Productions); Steven McElroy, director, The Amaziiing Colossal Thing (Vital Theatre Co.); David Hilder, director. First national tour of the musical Footprints on the Moon (TheaterWorks/USA; Promenade Theatre); Stuart Ross, director. LA Theatre: Premieres of Hillary and Monica (Argus Productions); Joel Zwick, director, Reunion (Blackhart Productions); Kay Cole, director, Saturday Night at Grossinger’s (TheatreWest); Susan Morgenstern, director, Naked Christmas (Celebration Theatre); Jonathan Levit, director. Regional: As Michael in Raft of the Medusa (NJ Repertory Co.), Serge in ART, David/Crumpet in The SantaLand Diaries (Tri-State Actors Theatre), Salieri in Amadeus (D’Art/Wilton Playshop), Feste in Twelfth Night (Performance Studio).  Film: “Sam Hu’s Last Day,”  “A 2nd Opinion,“ “Never Say Macbeth.” Television: “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “General Hospital,” “Days of our Lives,” “Sean Saves the World”.  Michael wrote and performed the solo piece Saved by a Showtune, produced for The Braid’s acclaimed StoryNosh series (now on YouTube). Michael is a proud AEA, SAG-AFTRA member, and is represented by MINC Talent.

Michael Gabiano STAGE CREDITS

[Los Angeles]
Los Angeles Revival, 2005
Sheldon Seltzer


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The Group Rep Brings THE LARAMIE PROJECT To Lonny Chapman Theatre This Weekend

The Group Rep presents “The Laramie Project” written by Moises Kaufman, Ms. Leigh Fondakowski and The Techtonic Theater Project, directed by Kathleen Delaney, produced by Bill Fitzhugh & Danica Waitley for the Group Rep.

Photos: First Look at the Group Rep's World Premiere LOVE...OR BEST OFFER

LOVE…or Best Offer, written by Phil Olson and the Winner of the Robert J. Pickering Award for Playwriting Excellence, runs through March 19 at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in North Hollywood, CA. The play is directed by Doug Engalla and produced by Aly York for the Group Rep. Check out photos here!

Daring Stories of Queer Jews Take the Stage at The Braid

Being yourself can involve risking it all. The breathless drama and liberating joy of the Jewish Queer experience is captured in a new work of theatre by The Braid, the go-to Jewish story company.

Photos: First Look at Group Rep's HAROLD AND MAUDE

The Group Rep continues their 50th Season with the stage adaptation of Colin Higgins’ cult-classic film HAROLD AND MAUDE, directed by Larry Eisenberg, produced by Lloyd Pedersen for the Group Rep.  Check out a first look at photos here!

HAROLD AND MAUDE Comes to the Lonny Chapman Theatre in February

The Group Rep will present the stage adaptation of Colin Higgins’ cult-classic film HAROLD AND MAUDE, directed by Larry Eisenberg, produced by Lloyd Pedersen for the Group Rep.  The play runs February 10 through March 19 on the Main Stage of the Lonny Chapman Theatre in North Hollywood, CA.

THE MOUSETRAP by Agatha Christie Comes to the Lonny Chapman Theatre

The Group Rep will present the first play in their 50th Anniversary Season, Agatha Christie’s timeless tale of “whodunnit” THE MOUSETRAP, directed by Jules Aaron, produced by Melissa Kaye Bontempt and Kathleen Delaney. 

Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride In Santa Monica With A One-night-only Theatre Experience

The LGBTQ+ community is and has always been beautiful, diverse, and vibrant. Celebrating Pride and uplifting the stories of LGBTQ+ people is always important — and feels especially urgent today, with debates over equal rights being such a part of the national conversation. And so The Braid, the go-to Jewish story company, has handpicked a collection of true stories about people who are both queer and Jewish.

Group Rep Presents CHRISTMASTIME ORIGINS Radio Plays

-The Group Rep will present “Christmastime Origins” adapted by the Group Rep from the book THE EIGHT PLAYS OF CHRISTMAS written by longtime theatre journalist, radio host and critic Julio Martinez, directed by Kathleen Delaney with musical direction by Paul Cady, produced by Stevie Stern for the Group Rep. 

Group Rep Presents Julio Martinez's CHRISTMASTIME ORIGINS Radio Plays in December

The Group Rep will present “Christmastime Origins” based on the book THE EIGHT PLAYS OF CHRISTMAS written by longtime theatre journalist, radio host and critic Julio Martinez, directed by Kathleen Delaney with musical direction by Paul Cady, produced by Stevie Stern for the Group Rep.

The Group Rep Announces Musical Fundraiser THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC!

The fundraiser THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC! is an evening of songs under the stars directed and hosted by Bruce Kimmel, with musical direction by Richard Allen, produced by Kathleen Delaney for the Group Rep, will take place Monday, August 23rd at 8:00 pm and Tuesday, August 24th at 8:00 pm with a dessert buffet to follow catered by Great Grapes.

Group Rep Premieres Virtual New Play Fest UNHIDDEN FIGURES

The Group Rep pulls the curtain back on UNHIDDEN FIGURES a virtual play festival of new short plays celebrating African-American women from all walks of life.

Kritzerland Announces Full Cast for @HOME AGAIN �" PREMIERES AND ENCORES

For the 110th Kritzerland show and the sixth online show, Kritzerland is doing Premieres and Encores - songs that have never been performed in any of the ten years of shows and a few encores of songs done in the live shows.

Norm Lewis, Emily Skinner and More to Take Part in Kritzerland Free Online Concert

For the 107th Kritzerland show, Kritzerland stays home once again with another talent-packed song-filled show Kritzerland Influencers. The free benefit show will feature classic theater and film songs, some rarities, and a few songs that might be completely unfamiliar.

BWW Review: SEX, ADDICTION & LOVE in the 21st CENTURY Takes us Inside Humanity's Universal Yearning for Connection

The completely original show composed of more than a dozen scenes explored the eternal question of What is love, anyway? While there may not be one correct answer, the heartfelt theme proved that shame goes away the more we talk and communicate the truth of our own experience with each other. As I listened to characters from all walks of life share their touching, quirky and often hilarious personal stories of our universal need for human connection, how we go about finding that one great love or one-night stand differed greatly from person to person.

Sex, Addiction & Love Ready To Zoom Into Your Living Room (or Bedroom) From Jewish Women's Theatre

Sex, Addiction & Love in the 21st Century, the brand-new salon show from Jewish Women's Theatre (JWT), originally scheduled to open at The Braid in Santa Monica in March, will be available for three nights only via Zoom, beginning June 27.

Photo Flash: First Look at THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER at the Lonny Chapman Theatre

The Group Rep presents Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's beloved farce THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, directed by Bruce Kimmel, produced by Doug Haverty. The comedy classic takes place a few weeks before Christmas in small town USA, after a famously outlandish NYC radio personality is invited to dine at the house of the well-to-do local factory owner. But this sharp-tongued celebrity slips on a patch of ice outside the front door and injures his hip. Confined to the house for a month, he drives his hosts mad by insulting them, monopolizing their world, wreaking havoc with romantic antics and receiving a constant stream of bizarre guests, including performers, scientists, penguins and even paroled convicts. As Christmas Day approaches mayhem ensues and fate delivers a comeuppance. 

THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER Comes To Group Rep This Week

The Group Rep presents Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's beloved farce THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER, directed by Bruce Kimmel, produced by Doug Haverty. The comedy classic takes place a few weeks before Christmas in small town USA, after a famouslya??outlandish NYC radio personality is invited to dine at the house of the well-to-do local factory owner. Buta??this sharp-tongued celebrity slips on a patch of ice outside the front door and injures his hip. Confineda??to the house for a month, he drives his hosts mad by insulting them,a??monopolizing their world, wreaking havoc with romantic antics anda??receiving a constant stream ofa??bizarre guests, including performers,a??scientists, penguins and even paroled convicts.a??As Christmas Day approachesa??mayhem ensues and fate delivers aa??comeuppance.a??

BWW Review: Amazing Vocals Still Don't Make REUNION an Event You Might Want to Attend

With the impressive resumes and awards the REUNION team of writers and director/choreographer possesses, one would expect a first-rate show with dazzling choreography, wonderful songs and an involving plot. The world premiere of REUNION greatly benefits from the sensational, though sadly underused, vocal talents of their twelve-member cast. 

REUNION, A MUSICAL COMEDY Opens Tonight at NoHo Arts Center

This melodic, memorable and quirky pop score provides biting social commentary along with a little romance and an outrageously good time for all. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll cringe.

REUNION, A MUSICAL COMEDY Opens 11/7 at NoHo Arts Center

This melodic, memorable and quirky pop score provides biting social commentary along with a little romance and an outrageously good time for all. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll cringe.

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