Zora’s Collar premiered at Manhattan Rep Theatre in December 2015. His second play, Mother’s Peak, premiered in February 2016 at the same venue and had an extended run in March where it competed and was later a finalist in the Spring One Act Competition. His only full-length play, Club Silencio, debuted in Manhattan in June of 2017.
Gabe’s main influences are Sergio Leone, Hayao Miyazaki, Pedro Almodovar, Stanley Kubrick, and especially David Lynch.
Inspired in part by his admiration for playwright Howard Ashman, he soon tried his hand at songwriting, writing the titular theme songs for Q To the 6 Train and Havana In Bushwick. He has co-written and produced a total of six song tracks with various artists.
Gabe is a creator rather than a technical mind. If you’re looking for a camera-man or gaffer, or a body to just tug equipment, you’ll find tons of those. But if you’re looking for a Storyteller and a Creative, then he is the man. He has been writing since the womb.