GIA FORAKIS | Theater Director | Theater Artist | Educator

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR of GIA FORAKIS & COMPANY

FOUNDER & MASTER TEACHER of ONE-THOUGHT-ONE-ACTION (OTOA)

233 OCEAN PARKWAY, STE#3A BROOKLYN, NY 11218 USA

 MOBILE: 718-208-6583 | GIAFORAKIS@AOL.COM

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EDUCATION

2004 MFA Directing, Yale School of Drama, Yale University, New Haven, CT

1983 BFA Acting, Tisch School of the Arts, Conservatory Acting Program*, New York University, NYC

1978-1980 Bennington College, Bennington VT

 

Continued Study

2009 SITI Theatre Co. 2-week Intensive Study, Viewpoints & Suzuki, Columbia University, NYC

*In 1983, The NYU, Tisch School of the Arts, Conservatory Acting Program was a 3-year Professional Actor’s Conservatory-training program: offering both BFA and MFA degrees. Acting Professors: Olympia Dukakis and Ron Van Lieu. I completed the full 3-year program.  It is now known as The Graduate Acting Program.

 

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Gia Forakis & Company (GF&CO) Founded 2011Present

GF&CO is a studio-lab dedicated to the application of One-Thought-One-Action (OTOA)™ through art, ritual and performance, under the Artistic Direction of Theater/Visual Artist and OTOA Founder & Master Teacher, Gia Forakis, and the Associate Artistic Direction of Theater/Visual Artist/Teacher and OTOA Managing Director, Darya Gauthier.

GF&CO’s Mission is to put One-Thought-One-Action into Action through the exploration and advancement of OTOA by offering classes, workshops, seminars, salons, studio-projects and performance-labs that are open to the public, as well as GF&CO member training, project development, production and residencies.

For details see:
One-Thought-One-Action (OTOA)

SELECTED DIRECTING CREDITS

www.GiaForakisandCompany.com

 

OTOA FOUNDER & MASTER TEACHER

One-Thought-One-Action (OTOA)2007 – Current

2007 – Current: Offering Studio-Labs, Workshops, Master Classes, Seminars and Private Coaching, in OTOA: Developed by Founder & Master Teacher, Gia Forakis as a method for identifying smaller increments of thought as smaller moments of physical action, the OTOA technique is taught as both a Performance Technique & Training (PTT)for Performers, Directors & Public Speakers and as a Creative Life Practice (CLP)™ for anyone in any discipline. OTOA benefits creative thinkers in any field.

For details see:
One-Thought-One-Action (OTOA) - METHODOLOGY OVERVIEW

www.OneThoughtOneAction.com

 

OTOA PTT MASTER CLASSES & GUEST ARTIST RESIDENCIES:

October 15, 2015 (Two Workshops)

Guest Artist Residency

Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA

 

August 16-22, 2015 (One-Week OTOA Intensive)

GF&CO Residency

The Putney School, Putney, VT

 

June 20-28, 2014 (3-Day Workshop)

ITAKA International Shakespeare Festival

Guest Artist Residency

National Acting Academy, Novi Sad, SERBIA

 

January 10-11, 2014 (2-Day Workshop)

Off-Square Theater Company*

Guest Artist Residency

Center for The Arts, Jackson Hole, WY

*Sponsored in part by a Wyoming pARTners Grant

 

January 10-11, 2014 (1-Day Workshop)

Young Adult Program

Off-Square Theater Company*

Guest Artist Residency

Center for The Arts, Jackson Hole, WY

*Sponsored in part by a Wyoming pARTners Grant

 

January 6-10, 2014 (5-Day Workshop)

Jackson Hole Community School

Guest Artist Residency

Jackson Hole, WY                          

 

January 8, 2014 (1-Day Workshop)

Jackson Hole High School

Guest Artist Residency

Jackson Hole, WY

 

July 22, 2013 (Workshop)

Bitola International Shakespeare Festival

Guest Artist Residency

National Theater of Bitola, Bitola, MACEDONIA

(Former Republic of Yugoslavia)

 

June 24 – July 1, 2012 (Three Workshops)

8th Annual International Festival of Making Theater

Guest Artist Residency

School of Changes, Athens, GREECE

 

January 2010 (Two Workshops)

Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF), Region One

OTOA Guest Artist Residency and SDC*Adjudicator

Fitchburg State University, Fitchburg, MA

*Stage Directors and Choreographers Society

 

January 2009 (Workshop)

Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF), Region One

OTOA Guest Artist Residency and SDC*Adjudicator

University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

*Stage Directors and Choreographers Society

 

August 2009 (Three Day Workshop)

Graduate Acting Alumni Association (GAAA)

New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY

 

December 2007 (Full Day Workshop)

Stone Soup Theatre Arts

Guest Artist Residency

The Actors Theater Workshop, New York, NY

 

OTOA WORKSHOPS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:

For Up To Date Credits Visit  2015 - Present CLICK HERE

February 2015 440 Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

September 2013 440 Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

July 2013 440 Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

February 2013 Hope Martin Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

November 2012 Hope Martin Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

November 2012 Hope Martin Studios, New York, NY (Scene Study Workshop, 3 Consecutive Mondays)

September 2012 Hope Martin Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

January 2012 Hope Martin Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

October 2011 Hope Martin Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

June 2011 440 Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

April 2011 440 Studios, New York, NY (1-Day Intensive)

February 2011 Hope Martin Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

November 2010 440 Studios, New York, NY (2-Day Intensive)

October 2010 Hope Martin Studios, New York, NY (4 classes/4 weeks)

August 2010 Hope Martin Studios, New York, NY (4 classes/4 weeks)

April-May 2010 Hope Martin Studios, New York, NY (4 classes/4 weeks)

 

FOUNDER

Pull & Be Damned Productions (1985-1993) | Epic Proportions Productions (1993-1997)

Over a period of 12 years, between 1985-1997, I founded and ran two not-for-profit, producing organizations, which were established to support my own experimental, multimedia works for the stage. In total, between these two organizations, I created, wrote and produced over 17 original works, with cast sizes that ranged from solo work to ensembles of 6-10 performers. These works can be described as: experimental theater, dance-theater, performance-theater, devised and/or adaptations, and/or performance art: non-linear narratives, built around a theme, journey or adapted text, that often incorporated choreographed movement, music, projections, video, and installations, and where I was a featured performer. Each work was built upon my own original scripted text, and, depending on the project, frequently included devised work created by the ensemble of collaborators. I was often the director or co-director of these works.

 

For details see:
SELECTED DIRECTING CREDITS

www.GiaForakis.com/productionportfolio

 

BOOK

 In progress: The first draft of a book on the theory, principles and application of

One-Thought-One-Action (OTOA).

For details see:
One-Thought-One-Action (OTOA) - METHODOLOGY OVERVIEW

www.OneThoughtOneAction.com

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 ACTING/PERFORMANCE COACH – New York, NY Ongoing

 

DIRECTING MENTOR

Fordham University, Undergraduate Drama, New York, NY

Mentoring Assignments: October - December 2005, January - March 2006, January - March 2010, September - October 2011


GUEST LECTURER

Fordham University, Undergraduate Drama, New York, NY – October 2012

 

GUEST LECTURER

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY – April 2012

 

GUEST LECTURER

Fordham University, Undergraduate Drama, New York, NY – October 2010

 

GUEST ARTIST

Neighborhood Playhouse School, New York, NY – October - November 2009

 

GUEST LECTURER

Fordham University, Undergraduate Drama, New York, NY – October 2009

A Director's Process: The Dramaturgy and Technique of

Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull: A Comedy In Four Acts

 

INSTRUCTOR

Lee Strasberg Institute, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, Undergraduate Drama, New York, NY

October 2009

Pork & Dairy Products (aka Ham & Cheese):

 An Introduction to Comedy, Vaudeville, and the Meta-Theatrical Elements That Amuse Us

 

GUEST LECTURER

University of Texas, Undergraduate, Austin, TX – September 2008

Introduction Workshop in Devised Theater/Compositional Work for Actors & Directors

GUEST DIRECTOR

Lee Strasberg Institute, International Student’s Wing, NYU, New York, NY - June 2008

Director & Dramaturg: E-Dating: An entirely original, devised production created in collaboration with the cast, and the award-winning Romanian playwright Saviana Stanescu.

 

GUEST DIRECTOR

The Atlantic Theater Company’s Conservatory Acting Program, New York, NY – October 2008

Director: Caryl Churchill’s, Heart’s Desire

 

INSTRUCTOR

Lee Strasberg Institute, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, Undergraduate Drama, New York, NY

September 2007

Working with the Director: The Streetcar Project (An Original Ensemble-Based Production)

 

ASSOCIATE TEACHING ARTIST

Women’s Project Theater Co, Educational Outreach Program, New York, NY – Fall 2007

Play Creation: A 10-week program in the NYC Public School System leading students to write & perform their own short plays.

 

GUEST DIRECTOR

Lee Strasberg Institute, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, Undergraduate Drama, New York, NY

Fall 2006

 

GUEST DIRECTOR

Main Stage Production: Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, Undergraduate Drama, New York, NY
September 2004 – December 2004

Dancing At Lughnasa, by Brian Friel

 

PLAY CREATION DIRECTOR

The Berkeley Repertory Theater School, Berkeley, CA

June 2002 – August 2002

1984 - 2001: Available upon request.

 

In Progress: First draft of a book: One-Thought-One-Action: Origins, Principles & Practice

 

PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT

FATELESSNESS (Remounting) An original adaptation of Imre Kertész, Nobel Prize winning novel
Co-adapted for the stage & Directed by Gia Forakis (Monodrama Festival, Bitola, Macedonia)

LOVE IN SPACE TIME, by Gia Forakis (Workshop-Development: Phantom Theatre, Warren, VT: Summer 2016)

THE MURDER ROOM, by Jack Sharkey (Pioneer Playhouse, Danville, KY: Summer 2016)

THE POETICS OF SPACE: Inspirations based on the book by Gaston Bachelard (Exploration workshop, GF&CO, winter/spring 2016)

 HEDDA GABLER, by Henrik Ibsen (GF&CO- 1st Workshop, Residency at The Putney School, Putney, VT August, 2015)

 

SELECTED DIRECTING CREDITS

2015 Remount: SONG FROM THE UPROAR: THE LIVES AND DEATHS OF ISABELLE EBERHARDT (Remounting)

        LA Opera/REDCAT Theater, Los Angeles, CA

        Based on the life of 20th century adventurer Isabelle Eberhardt

        A Co-Production between LA Opera & Beth Morrison Projects

        Directed & Choreographed by Gia Forakis

        Created in Collaboration with Gia Forakis, Stephen Taylor, Royce Vavrek

         

2014 O.REX: A new translation of Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex by Mark Buchan & Gia Forakis

        Directed and Re-Envisioned by Gia Forakis as a Greek-Noir* Murder Mystery

        GF&CO Production, The Alchemical, NYC

        *A hybrid/mash-up of Greek Tragedy & Film Noir

 

2014 FATELESSNESS: An original adaptation of Imre Kertész, Nobel Prize winning novel

        Adapted for the Stage by Adam Boncz & Gia Forakis, Directed by Gia Forakis

        HERE Arts Center, Sublet Series, NYC

         A Co-Production between SceneHouse & GF&CO, NYC
        Nominated for NYIT Award: Outstanding Solo Performance

 

2012 Premiere SONG FROM THE UPROAR: THE LIVES AND DEATHS OF ISABELLE EBERHARDT

        The Kitchen, NYC, Beth Morrison Projects
        Based on the life of 20th century adventurer Isabelle Eberhardt

        Premiere of Original, Multi-Media Opera, Conceived and Composed by Missy Mazzolli

        Created in Collaboration with: Gia Forakis, Stephen Taylor, Royce Vavrek

         

2012 THE SALON SERIES - GIA FORAKIS & COMPANY, Java Hauz, Brooklyn, NY

        A Monthly Showing of Selected Short Works-In-Progress, April-June 2012
        GF&CO Member Actor Ensemble: OTOA in Action 

        April: A Greek-Noir* staging of Selected Scenes from Euripides’s Medea

        May: A Greek-Noir* staging of Selected Scenes from Anouilh’s Antigone

        June: A Greek-Noir* staging of Selected Scenes from Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex

        *Greek-Noir: a mash-up of Greek Tragedy + Film Noir circa 1940’s American cinema

 

2011 THE SALON SERIES - GIA FORAKIS & COMPANY, Java Hauz, Brooklyn, NY

        A Monthly Showing of Selected Short Works-In-Progress, March-June 2011
        GF&CO Member Actor Ensemble: OTOA in Action  

        March:  Shaw: How He Lied To Her Husband

        April:  Strindberg: The Stronger…Stronger and Stronger
        An Original Adaptation, by Gia Forakis of Strindberg’s The Stronger

        May: Chekhov: The Dangers Of Tobacco; A Reluctant Tragic Hero; Swan Song
        June: Gazzo: Scenes from A Hatful Of Rain

 

2011 GATES OF EQUALITY, by Stanon Wood
        Remounted Seasonally 2008-2011, Urban Stages, NYC

 

2010 /11 LOVE IN SPACE-TIME: A RE-MEMORY IN 12 SCENES, by Gia Forakis
        Public Staged Reading, Toganon Gallery, San Francisco, CA
        Roundtable Reading, The Lark, NYC

        Public Staged Reading: GF&CO Fall Event, NYC                                        

 

2009 THE SEAGULL: A COMEDY IN 4 ACTS (Trns Paul Schmidt), by Anton Chekhov
        NAATCO, Theatre For a New City, NYC

 

2009 SONG FROM THE UPROAR (Chamber Performance of a Work-In-Progress)
        Composed by Missy Mazzoli
        Galapagos Art Space, DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY

 

2008 LOVE PERSON (NNPN World Premiere), by Aditi B. Kapil
        Marin Theatre Company, Mill Valley, CA

 

2008 BLUE BEFORE MORNING (World Premiere), by Kate McGover

        terraNOVA Collective, DR2 Theatre, NY
        Nominated for Seven NYTI Awards, including: Outstanding Director

 

2008 I WANT WHAT YOU HAVE (Remounting) by Saviana Stanescu
          Women’s Project Theatre, NYC, Gala Event

 

2007 LENIN’S SHOE (Staged Reading), by Saviana Stanescu
        
New York Theatre Workshop, NYC

 

2007 HEART’S DESIRE by Caryl Churchill
        
The Atlantic Theater Company Acting Program, NYC

 

2007 I WANT WHAT YOU HAVE (Remounting) by Saviana Stanescu
        Make Mine A Million, Pace University, NYC (Remounting)

 

2007 THE JEWISH WIFE (Workshop-Performance), by Bertolt Brecht
        Stone Soup Theatre Arts, NYC

 

2007 HOT DAMN (World Premiere), by Casey Wimpee
        
Binge Festival & Working Man’s Clothes, NYC


2007 I WANT WHAT YOU HAVE (World Premiere),  by Saviana Stanescu
        
Women’s Project, World Financial Center, NYC

 

2007 PICNIC, by William Inge
        
Bay Theatre, Annapolis, MD.

 

2006 THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND, by Tom Stoppard
        
Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute, NYU, NYC

 

2006 THE RIVALS, by Richard B. Sheridan

          Hudson Valley Shakespeare, Garrison, NY

 

2006 ACTS OF MERCY: PASSION PLAY, by Michael J. Garcés
        
Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, NYC 

 

2005 THE WINTER’S TALE, by William Shakespeare
        
Milwaukee Shakespeare, Milwaukee, IL

 

2005 PORT AUTHORITY THROW DOWN (Staged Reading), by Mike Batistick
        Cape Cod Theatre Project, Falmouth, MA

 

2005 UNSTICK THE WOMAN (Staged Reading), by A. Rey Pamatmat
        Playwright’s Horizons, NYC

 

2005 IRON, by Rita Munro
        
The Kitchen Theatre Co., Ithaca, NY  

 

2004 DANCING AT LUGHNASA, by Brian Friel
        
Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, NYC 

 

2004 FRAG, by Michael J. Garcés
        HERE Arts Center, TALR Festival, NYC

 

2003 COAT HANGER, by Mac Wellman
        WOW-PAC, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT

 

2002 WABE-SIDE STORY -OF THE JABBERWOCKY (Student Adaptation)
        
Berkeley Repertory Theater School, Berkeley, CA

 

2002 DIVINATION (Student Created)
        Berkeley Repertory Theater School, Berkeley, CA

 

DIRECTING CREDITS YALE SCHOOL OF DRAMA

2004 UNCLE VANYA (Trns Paul Schmidt), by Anton Chekhov, Yale School of Drama, New Haven, CT

2004 LAST OF THE CHATTERBOX WOLVES, by Rolin Jones, Yale School of Drama, New Haven, CT

2003 THE WINTER’S TALE, by William Shakespeare, Yale School of Drama, New Haven, CT

2002 A BOOK OF TWO, by Kathryn Walat, Yale School of Drama, New Haven, CT

2002 LADIES VOICES, by Gertrude Stein, Yale School of Drama, New Haven, CT

2002 CANCER THANKSGIVING, by Jami O’Brien, Yale School of Drama, New Haven, CT

2002 BLOSSOMING ANDROMACHE, by Marcus Gardley, The Yale Cabaret, New Haven, CT 

2001 KENNEDY’S CHILDREN, by Robert Patrick, The Yale Cabaret, New Haven, CT

 

SELECTED ORIGINAL WORKS

Written, Directed & Produced By Gia Forakis


1998-99 SOLO ALLEGRO CAPPUCCINO, Epic Proportions Productions
        Access Theater, NYC
        Pulse Theater, OPAL Project, NYC

        Phantom Theatre, Warren, VT

 

1996 200 CHAPTER OF MADNESS, Susan Hefner & Dancers

         HERE Arts Center, TALR Festival, NYC

         Commissioned as Playwright: Produced by Susan Hefner & Dancers

 

1994 ANTIGONE DIGS A WHOLE, Epic Proportions Productions

        DIA Center For The Arts, NYC
        Dixon place, NYC (reading, work-in progress)

 

1993 NOTHING 2 FEAR: OR MEDUSA DREAMZ, Epic Proportions Productions
        
T.W.E.E.D. New Works Festival, Ohio Theater, NYC               

 

1992 THE PURPOSE OF EXISTENCE OR SHOULD I KEEP THE DOG, Pull & Be Damned Productions
        Soho Rep., The Field, Field Day Performance Series, NYC

 

1991 PERSONAL GARBAGE, Pull & Be Damned Productions
        
Ethnic Folk Arts, NYC


1990 NATIVE TERRITORY, Pull & Be Damned Productions
        DIA Center For The Arts, NYC

        Castillo Culture Center, Event Of A(ids) R(elated) T(reassures),NYC

 

1989 MY MOTHER AND THE BRIDE, Pull & Be Damned Productions
        DIA Center For The Arts, NYC 

 

1988 MEECES, Pull & Be Damned Productions
        
West Bank Downstairs Theatre Bar, NYC

 

1987 WHAT’S MISSING? and SLEEP GAMES, Pull & Be Damned Productions
        
American Jewish Theatre, Signature Series, NYC

 

FILM

 

Produced, Adapted, Directed: frag

A short film based on the stage play of the same name by Michael John Garcés

 

AWARDS / RESIDENCIES / SCHOLARSHIPS/ NOMINATIONS

2013/14/15/16/17* THE PUTNEY SCHOOL: Residency                  

A One Week GF&CO Residency awarded over three consecutive years, Putney, VT

The next residency is planned for August 2017.

 

2011-2012 MAP FUND: Creative Capital                                            

SONG FROM THE UPROAR: THE LIVES AND DEATHS OF ISABELLE EBERHARDT

Collaborating Artist & Director Multi-Media Opera, Composed and Conceived by Missy Mazzoli

 

2011 Nominee ZELDA FICHANDLER AWARD
SDC, (Stage Directors and Choreographers Society) New York, NY

 

2011 RESIDENCY for Song From The Uproar
The Kitchen, New York, NY

 

2009 VOICE & VISION RESIDENCY
Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

 

2009 Nominee INNOVATIVE THEATRE AWARD
Outstanding Director BLUE BEFORE MORNING, 7 Nominations

 

2009/11 Finalist DENHAM FELLOWSHIP
SDC (Stage Directors and Choreographers Society) New York, NY

 

2009 RESIDENCY: Director Devised Project Grant
New Georges Theatre Co. New York, NY              

 

2006 Finalist PHIL KILLIAN FELLOWSHIP
Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland, OR

 

2002 MARY JEAN PARSON SCHOLARSHIP
Yale School of Drama, Yale University, New Haven, CT

 

1999 ART-WARD BOUND, ARTIST RESIDENCY
Sponsored by The Field Inc., NY

 

1983 PAULETTE GODDARD AWARD
Tisch School of The Arts, New York University, NY

 

MEMBERSHIP/AFFILIATIONS

SDC (Stage Directors and Choreographers Society) - Member

The Field, NYC - Member

Fractured Atlas, NYC - Member

Women’s Project Theater Co., NYC - Director’s Lab Alumna

New Georges Theater Co., NYC - Affiliated Artist

 

PLAYWRIGHTING

LOVE IN SPACE-TIME: A RE-MEMORY IN 12 SCENES by Gia Forakis

Nov. 2010: Roundtable Reading: The Lark Play Development Center, NYC

Dec. 2010: Public Staged Reading: Toganon Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Nov. 2011: Public Staged Reading: GF&CO Fall Event, NYC

March 2017: Revised Draft: Public Staged Reading-- GF&CO Spring Event, NYC

For details see:

SELECTED ORIGINAL WORKS Written, Directed & Produced By Gia Forakis

 

SELECTED PRESS QUOTES & EDITORIAL

2015

SONG FROM THE UPROAR: THE LIVES & DEATHS OF ISABELLE EBERHARDT

Opera Today: Missy Mazzoli’s Song from the Uproar at REDCAT, by Maria Nockin

"Spellbinding...a joy to experience"

New Classic LA: Missy Mazzoli/LA Opera: Song from the Uproar, by Elizabeth Hambleton

"A treat... I can think of no better way to be introduced to LA Opera than by this show…The choreography [by Gia Forakis] was stunning…I cannot rave enough about this opera."

 

2014

O.REX

Theater In The Now: Review: Seeing Is Believing.... the feeling evoked everything director Forakis was going for. The ingenuity of the concept allowed for some great ideas to be executed well. One of the best was turning the Greek chorus into the talent of the club.... the ensemble seemed to nail the heightened noir style... Director Gia Forakis, who also served as co-translator alongside with Mark Buchan, did wonders devising a high concept world and bringing it to life. It was clear Forakis knew the world she was creating."

Alex Simmons (Freelance Review) What Gia Forakis & Company have done with the work of Sophocles is something that I can only commend. Combining such different genres does not sound feasible to me on paper—Greek tragedy with forties film noir? But when the lights dim and the piano starts up, something magical happens. It doesn’t surprise me in the least that the remaining performances of this show are sold out.”

Justin Sherbert (Freelance Theater Review)Gia Forakis’ attempt to merge classical Greek myth with pulp Neo-noir style is an admirable and fascinating endeavor… without a doubt, an original and creative approach to the morbidly ironic classic Greek tale. ... Forakis demonstrates a remarkable ingenuity in recognizing their common ground as dramatic formulations. ... O-Rex is a success in that it achieves what it sets out to achieve: it successfully reinterprets a Greek epic through a Neo-noir lens while managing to capture the essence of Sophocles’ original classic – the morbid irony of truth.”


FATELESSNESS

Jervelle Frederick, (The Front Row Center.com) "FOUR OUT OF FIVE STARS: Fatelessness condensed into one descriptive word would spell P.O.W.E.R.F.U.L. …The staging, wardrobe transition as well the words and acting are truly a work of art…Director Gia Forakis handles the contents of the production with exemplary skill. …Fatelessness is definitely a must see production…the show is terrific…I for one believe it deserves a longer run.”          

 

ADDITIONAL PRESS REVIEWS

Available upon request, or visit: www.GiaForakis.com