Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Gibson Frazier

Off Broadway: Mr. Burns (Playwrights Horizons); A Man’s a Man (Classic Stage); Red-Handed Otter (Playwrights Realm); Luther (Clubbed Thumb), There Are No More Big Secrets by Heidi Schreck (Rattlestick);Telephone by Ariana Reines (Foundry, Cherry Lane); God’s Ear (Vineyard, New Georges); The Internationalist (The Vineyard, 13p); Heddatron (Les Freres Corbusier); Eat The Taste (Barrow Street) and the original production of Butt-Crack Bingo by Tom Murrin (AKA Jack Bump). 

Regionally: Changes of Heart (Mark Taper); Rough Crossing (w/ Tony Randall); Death of a Salesman (w/ Jack Klugman). 

LA: Founding member, Buffalo Nights (Garland Award, Drama-Logue Award). 

Film: Yeh Din Ka Kissa; Drunk Parents; Frances Ha; Illusion (w/ Kirk Douglas); Man of the Century (also co-writer/producer)
Television: Blue Bloods; The Blacklist; Elementary; The Good Wife; and Law & Order Trilogy. 

Associate Artist: The Civilians, Clubbed Thumb.

As a filmmaker, Gibson co-wrote, produced, and starred in the indie cult hit Man of the Century, (winner of the Excellence in Independent Filmmaking by National Board of Review).
He was an invited participant to Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School. He will soon be directing a neo-noir thriller called Kill Me All You Want.