Michael Gabiano – was most recently seen at Group Rep (upstairs) in Normal Noises (written and directed by Clara Rodriguez), and in Christmastime Origins (Kathleen Delaney, director), as well as Herb Leonard in Creative Differences for GRT’s outdoor production of Motel 66 and Muammar in Black Flower in the White House for GRT’s virtual production of Unhidden Figures (both 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). Proud AEA, SAG-AFTRA member. Michael holds a B.A. in Theatre from Western Connecticut State University, and is represented by MINC Talent.