MARCH 2022. Presented my paper "Three is the Magic Number: Triptych Theatre as High Fantasy" at the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts Conference in Orlando, Florida.
NOVEMBER 2021. Selected to receive a second Shelter grant through UGA's Willson Center, to create a navigable/digital one-woman show, The Becca Trial, using a mix of audio, video, art and poetry.
OCTOBER 2021. The Resolute: All Hands In, with a cast of 14 young women, premiered as the fall play for The Hewitt School in NYC.
AUGUST 2021. Co-writing adaptation of Alcestis. Production scheduled for October 2021 for UGA's mainstage season.
JULY 2021. Teaching screenwriting to teens 14-17 through UGA's summer camp.
JUNE 2021. THE RESOLUTE is a finalist for The Jane Chambers feminist playwriting award.
JUNE 2021. Artist residency at ATHICA in Athens, GA to investigate baby theatre and develop a new piece, This Little Light. Artist-in-ATHICA: Gabrielle Sinclair of the Storyhound Theatrical Detective Agency – ATHICA
JUNE 2020. Received Shelter grant through UGA Willson Center to create a new short film, Listen.
APRIL 2020. Short play Last Shot (two-person play with open casting) published in Scene Study Emergency Pack, Vol. 1. scene_study_emergency_pack_vol_1.pdf (scenestudyemergencypack.com)
JANUARY 2020. Workshop performance of The Resolute with Hidden Well Theatre in NYC.
AUGUST 2018. Beginning a PhD in Theatre and Performance Studies and a research assistantship at the University of Georgia.
JUNE 2018. Produced The Tanka Project at Scuppernong Books.
MAY 2018. 10-day artist residency at ArtQuest and Greenhill Art Gallery at the Greensboro Cultural Arts Center.
MAY 2018. Co-wrote, produced, and directed Storyhound's fourth new play for babies and toddlers, Flicker, in residence at The Drama Center in Greensboro.
MARCH 9, 2018. Co-wrote, produced, and directed Storyhound's third new play for babies and toddlers, Unfurl, during this 9-month residency with The Drama Center in Greensboro.
MARCH 8, 2018. Lead "Ekphrastic Playwriting" workshop at Greensboro Project Space, as part of Storyhound Theatre's The Body Project.
MARCH 2, 2018. Storyhound's 3-month collaboration between more than 40 artists, poets, musicians, filmmakers, dancers, and theatre-makers culminates in THE BODY PROJECT at Greensboro Project Space. I've served as lead organizer, curated a blog documenting the artists' process, and direct/co-wrote a short piece (investigating the humor Phlegm). The project is co-sponsored by UNC-Greensboro's Art Truck.
FEBRUARY 1, 2018. Staged reading of THE RESOLUTE. Schoolhouse Theater in Westchester, NY presented a reading of The Resolute as part of their "Schoolhouse in the City" reading series at The Dramatists Guild Music Hall in NYC.
January 12-13. Workshop of new devised play for babies and toddlers, LULLABYE FOR BEAR, at The Drama Center at City Arts in Greensboro. Info here.
JANUARY 2018 Interviewed on WHUP Radio Show "Lights Up" about Play Dates baby theatre residency and Lullabye for Bear. Interview archived here.
NOVEMBER 2017 Launched THE BODY PROJECT as part of Storyhound Theatre, in collaboration with UNCG and The Greensboro Project Space. Bringing together more than 40 local artists - theatre-makers, poets, filmmakers, dancers, musicians, and visual artists to unmake and rethink the human body, for First Friday in March 2018.
OCTOBER 2017 Piloting a new program at City Arts in Greensboro, through a special residency with Storyhound Theatre - Play Dates: Theatre for Babies and Toddlers. Premiering "Bunny Tales: Our Fall Adventure" this month.
OCTOBER 2017 Staged reading of "Telling the Bees: The Just Now" at the Georgia Theater Conference.
SEPTEMBER 2017 Produced the third installment of "The Greensboro Grapevine," connecting local poets, composers, and playwrights in an epic game of telephone, beginning with a sculpture by Felix Semper. (At Scuppernong Books in Greensboro).
SEPTEMBER 2017 Workshop production of The Resolute at the Wyoming Theater Festival.
MARCH 2017 Developmental readings of The Resolute at The Hive Theater in Brooklyn, NY and the Stephen Hyers Theater in Greensboro, NC.
FEBRUARY 2017 Wrote and premiered an original puppet theatre piece for the very young, Good Morning, Baby Dragons! at the Greensboro Fringe Festival.
JANUARY 2017 Began teaching playwriting at Greensboro College.
NOVEMBER 2016 Commissioned by Infinite Variety Productions to create play based on the first women baseball players, at Vassar College. Traveled to Poughkeepsie, NY to see the original campus and space where they played, meet with the college's historian and study original items at the library. Read-through and exploratory rehearsal with IVP in NYC.
OCTOBER 2016 Austrian Tour of THE BRIDE PROJECT - Linz, Innsbruck, and Vienna. More info at: http://lonesomegeorge.at/
AUGUST 2016 - Staged reading of Showing with NC Women's Theater Festival
AUGUST 2016 - Invited to Incubation Residency at The Celebration Barn Theater in South Paris, Maine, to develop The Bride Project with Lonesome George Productions
JULY 2016 - Week-long residency hosted by the Wyoming Theater Festival in Sheridan, WY to begin writing a new play with Infinite Variety Productions
JUNE 2016: A monologue from "Patience & Hannah" included in "222 More Comedy Monologues," published by Smith and Kraus.
JUNE 2016 - Workshop production of "The Bride Project," directed by co-creator Sina Heiss at Theatre Phonix in Linz, Austria.
JUNE 2016: Gabrielle led a weekend intensive workshop in Greensboro called "Pure Potential," a playwriting class using devising to investigate, illuminate, and shape drafts in process. Hosted by Storyhound Theatrical Detective Agency.
APRIL 16, 2016 - The Greensboro Grapevine: Series 1 premieres at Scuppernong Books, produced by The Storyhound Theatrical Detective Agency
FEBRUARY 21, 2016 - "Welcome to Hell" - Workshop of The Danaid Trilogy at Theaterlab with Lonesome George in NYC
FEBRUARY 2016 - Round-table reading of "Showing" with Infinite Variety Productions in NYC
JANUARY 2016 - "Ghost Notes" selected for the Mark Gilbert prize as part of the North Carolina New Play Project. It received a workshop production in Greensboro at the Stephen Hyers Theater as a part of the Greensboro Fringe.
MAY 2015: Ingram New Works fellowship: Staged reading of "showing" and livestream on howlround at Nash Rep
A scene from "Bad Ideas for Terrible Things" will be included in Best Contemporary Scenes for Kids Ages 7-15, published by Applause Theatre & Cinema Books.
DECEMBER 2014: "The Water Maiden" at The Brick Theater in Brooklyn as part of the tiny theater festival
SEPTEMBER 2014: workshop production of "Telling the Bees" at Treehouse Theater in Manhattan with Lonesome George Productions