Jeremy Gable

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Jeremy Joseph Gable (born May 10, 1982)[1] is a liberal American playwright living in Philadelphia.[2]

Gable was born in Lakenheath, Suffolk, England.[1] He grew up in Post Falls, Idaho.[2] He is best known for plays American Way, which attacks President George W. Bush's administration post-9/11 policies via metaphor,[3] and the Flying Spaghetti Monster plays, which were covered by the official Flying Spaghetti Monster website and are seen to make a mockery of Christian values and entertainment[4][5]. He is also the creator of 140: A Twitter Performance, the first documented full-length fully-original Twitter play.[6] His work has been seen in Orange County, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and Spokane.[7][8][9]

Gable served as Artistic Director of the Hunger Artists Theatre Company from December 2006 to April 2009[1] where he directed the Orange County premieres of Sarah Kane's 4.48 Psychosis, which depicts self harm and suicide,[10] and Bryony Lavery's Frozen, which sympathizes with a child-killer.[11] He was named "one of Orange County's most genuinely innovative theatrical minds" by OC Weekly and called "one of O.C.'s more fertile theatrical minds" by The Orange County Register.[6][12]

Produced Works

  • Tetromino Song (2009)[13]
  • 140: A Twitter Performance (2009)[6]
  • Flying Spaghetti Monster: The Holy Mug Of Grog (2008)[14]
  • Garbage Strike (2007) [15][16]
  • A Dollar-Fifty (2007) [15][16]
  • Re: Woyzeck (2007)[17]
  • The Flying Spaghetti Monster Holiday Pageant (2006)[18]
  • The Ouroboros Line (2006)[19]
  • Giant Green Lizard! The Musical (2006)[20]
  • Madame George (2006)[21]
  • Weapons of Ass Destruction (2005)[22]
  • Marat.Sade (adaptation, 2005)[23]
  • Slurp! (2004)[24]
  • American Way (2004)[25][26][27]
  • Algor Mortis (2002)[28]
  • A Mile A Minute (2001)[9]
  • The Bench (1999)[29]

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jeremy Gable - Biography. The Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Jeremy Gable - BIO. Jeremy Gable. Retrieved on 2009-08-13.
  3. Heffley, Lynne (8 October 2004). Buffoon takes it over the top. Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times Media Group. Retrieved on 2009-07-05.
  4. The Flying Spaghetti Monster Holiday Pageant. Bobby Henderson. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  5. Flying Spaghetti Monster: The Holy Mug Of Grog. Bobby Henderson. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Hodgkins, Paul (14 June 2009). Arts & Entertainment: Play unfolding on Twitter over 60 days. Orange County Register. Orange County Register Communications. Retrieved on 2009-07-06.
  7. Beers, Joel (3 August 2006). Orange County Arts - The Summer Jeremy Gable Took Over OC Theater - page 1. OC Weekly. Village Voice Media. Retrieved on 2009-07-06.
  8. The Flying Spaghetti Monster Holiday Pageant: A Religious Satire. Goldstar Events. Retrieved on 2009-07-06.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Kershner, Jim (7 June 2001). Playwrights Forum Festival kicks off Friday. Spokesmanreview.com. Retrieved on 2009-07-06.
  10. 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane. Hunger Artists Theatre Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  11. Frozen by Bryony Lavery. Hunger Artists Theatre Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-06.
  12. Beers, Joel (28 June 2007). Orange County Arts - Not Quite By the Buchner. OC Weekly. Village Voice Media. Retrieved on 2009-07-06.
  13. Beyond Convention III. Hunger Artists Theatre Company. Retrieved on 2009-11-06.
  14. Flying Spaghetti Monster: The Holy Mug Of Grog by Jeremy Gable. Hunger Artists Theatre Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  15. 15.0 15.1 Quick & Painless Vol. II. Original Works Publishing. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  16. 16.0 16.1 Quick & Painless Vol. II Script. Original Works Publishing. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  17. Re: Woyzeck by Jeremy Gable. Hunger Artists Theatre Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  18. The Flying Spaghetti Monster Holiday Pageant by Jeremy Gable. Hunger Artists Theatre Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  19. 24 Hour Theater 5. Hunger Artists Theater Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-13.
  20. Giant Green Lizard! The Musical by Jeremy Gable. Maverick Theater. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  21. 24 Hour Theater 4. Hunger Artists Theater Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-13.
  22. 24 Hour Theater 3. Hunger Artists Theater Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-13.
  23. Marat.Sade, adaptation by Jeremy Gable. Hunger Artists Theatre Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  24. 24 Hour Theater 2. Hunger Artists Theater Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-13.
  25. Giant Green Lizard! The Musical by Jeremy Gable. Maverick Theater. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  26. American Way Script. Original Works Publishing. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  27. Marchese, Eric (22 September 2006). American Way. BackStage West. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.. Retrieved on 2009-07-06.
  28. Young Playwrights Festival Winners. Blank Theatre Company. Retrieved on 2009-07-12.
  29. Play Station < Spokane Civic Theatre Hosts Its 16th Straight Playwrights Forum Festival. The Spokesman-Review. The Spokesman-Review (3 June 1999). Retrieved on 2009-07-17.

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