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Gabriel
developmental workshop & staged reading

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McAlpin Hall, West Park Center
165 West 86th, NYC
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
May 25th, 8:00pm
Suggested donation: $5

What even is gender anyway? In Gabriel, playwright Francesca Pazniokas' updated interpretation of George Sand's classic play, a bright, perceptive teenager feels trapped in the confines of society's unyielding approach to gender. His family wants Gabriel to be one gender, while her lover wants Gabriel to be another. A rarely-produced romantic drama of misgendering, female repression, and discovery of personal identity, Gabriel is primed to speak to our modern world and current political climate.

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Lizz Hudman LIZZ HUDMAN(Director) is a Company Collaborator with Everyday Inferno. Recent directing credits include Doppleganged and Alice Blue as part of If on a Winter's Night..., an all-female adaptation of Measure for Measure with WEBroadway's Women's Work Festival, Noteworthy: A Night of Female Songwriters, and assistant directing Everyday Inferno's The Roaring Girl.
ANAÏS KOIVISTO(Co-Producer) is thrilled to be supporting the development of this exciting new work as part of Everyday Inferno’s 2017 season of Perception, and hopes you will continue to enjoy the rest of our season and seasons ahead!  www.anaiskoivisto.com
Francesca Pazniokas FRANCESCA PAZNIOKAS (Playwright) is a writer and musician whose work has been produced and developed in New York, Chicago, London and Melbourne. Recent credits include Everlast at Source Festival, Goodnight at The Actors Theatre of Louisville (Heideman Award Finalist), Spider Ice Ghost Heart Sea at Pipeline Theatre Company's Matchstick series, and SERIALS at The Flea. She is a member of Exquisite Corpse Company's Spring Writer's Lab and Pipeline Theatre Company's 2017 PlayLab. Francesca holds a B.A. from Georgetown University and a Master's in Playwriting from Royal Holloway (University of London).
Cristina Ramos CRISTINA "CHA" RAMOS(Stage Combat Choreographer) is a performer, theatre creator, and total bookworm. She's an alumna of Columbia University (Anthropology), The Lee Strasberg Institute (Acting), and The Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre (Playwriting), as well as a collaborating member of Everyday Inferno Theatre Company, a founding member of Combative Theatre Company, and an Advanced Actor Combatant with the Society of American Fight Directors. More info at www.Cristina-Ramos.com. A million thanks to the insane family, friends, and collaborators who unrelentingly support my wildest dreams.
KATHERINE SOMMER(Co-Producer) is a New York-based producer and director, a Skidmore College graduate, and the Producing Director of Everyday Inferno Theatre Company. With Everyday Inferno, Katherine’s directing credits include the world premiere of Punk as Fuck, By Sun and Candlelight, and Stella Starlight: Queen of Space and The Policy as a part of If on a Winter’s Night…. Katherine has produced The Turn of the Screw at the historic Morris-Jumel Mansion, A Map to Somewhere Else, Something Wicked and Heart of Oak (Hangover Encore selections in the 2014 and 2015 FRIGID New York festivals), and Briar Rose & the Thirteenth Fairy. Katherine has served on the board of Tomfoolery Theatre (NJ), and has directed multiple short plays at the Looking Glass Theater (NY).
† Denotes Everyday Inferno company members