The Theatre Revolution mission is founded on the principle of connecting artists to each other and to the community. We promote artists and produce work that is inclusive, reflects the diversity of our world and impacts our audiences by making them laugh, cry and wonder.
Playwright, Producer, Director and Theatre Revolution Founder
Gabrielle Fox is an award winning playwright. She won the award for outstanding playwriting, overall production and the Planet Activist Award in the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity. Her play Hooters was part of Playwrights for a Cause and was included alongside world premieres by Lucy Boyle, Migdalia Cruz, Catherine Filloux, Regina Taylor, and Lucy Thurber. Her play The Home was presented in the La MaMa New Playwright Marathon in New York. Her play The Second Coming will be included in The Best New Ten Minute Plays 2021 and was part of Dark Planet: Not Your Mother’s Valentine’s Day, in rep with Jose Rivera’s Lovesong (Imperfect)
She teaches playwriting for Westchester Community College and the Young Author's Conference. She co-produces and founded the first women’s playwright festival in the Hudson Valley now in its 3rd year. She created the Theatre Revolution, LLC where local artists go global and is a proud member of The Dramatists Guild www.gabriellefoxwrites.com www.theatrerevolution.org
Michael Patrick Sullivan
Actor, Director, Playwright, Singer, Co-founder
His work as an actor was last seen at this theater in the Aery Festival's production of Darcy and Duke by Gabrielle Fox. The same festival showcased his writing and directing the one-act It's Complicated, with Steve Allen. He is excited that the world is changing and new people and new conversations are helping theater find it's way forward. Thank you to Theatre Revolution for leading the charge with brave, important theater.
Producer, Technical Assistant, Advisor
Nora discovered her love for stage managing at Skidmore College over 20 years ago. She loves both the creative and practical processes of putting up a theater production, especially when she gets to work with Gaby Fox and Theatre Revolution. She is so happy to be able to participate in live theater again and to bring it to a live audience. She'd like to give thanks to Gaby for bringing her on board and to the cast for their dedication and positivity. Nora is grateful to her love, Amanda, for her everlasting encouragement and support.