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Biography

Nick Gabriel is a resident company member of American Conservatory Theater. He serves on the faculties of all A.C.T. educational programs and directs the company’s Studio A.C.T. Onstage. Mr. Gabriel has played principal roles in Endgame (opposite Bill Irwin), Scorched, and Once in a Lifetime. He has also played principal roles in mainstage productions at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, California Shakespeare Theater, Capital Repertory Theatre, CenterREP, South Coast Repertory, and elsewhere. He appeared with A.C.T. in the San Francisco Symphony’s “A Celebration of Leonard Bernstein” presentation in 2008. He has danced principal roles with the Albany Berkshire Ballet throughout the Northeast. Mr. Gabriel has been nominated for numerous Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle awards and is a Ten Chimneys Foundation Lunt-Fontanne Fellow. He received a B.F.A. in musical theater from the University of Michigan and an M.F.A. in acting from A.C.T.

(January 2015)