Gabriella Cavallero is an actor, director, voice and dialect specialist, teacher, and coach. A long-time actor at the Denver Center Theatre Company, she played a wide range of roles for twenty-five seasons. Most recently, she appeared in two of Quiara Alegria Hudes’ trilogy at Curious Theatre: Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue and Water by the Spoonful. Gabriella has also appeared on the stages of the Arvada Center,Theatreworks, Aurora Fox, Stories on Stage, and Modern Muse. She has narrated nearly 1000 audio books for the Library of Congress’ National Library Service, is a lead coach on voice and presentation for ARTiculate: Real & Clear, and she is the Dialect and Movement coach for Arvada’s Black Box Repertory Company.
Rachel’s poetry, fiction, and essays have been featured in NPR affiliate WABE’s Storytellers and City Lights series, Saul Williams’ Chorus: A Literary Mixtape, the City of Atlanta’s Elevate public art program, and several print anthologies. For four years, she ran operations and marketing for Atlanta’s Loose Change Literary Magazine, and is a co-founder of the Denver chapter of WRITE CLUB, a competitive literary performance show that raises money for charity. Rachel has been performing her writings since 2010 because she likes connecting with an audience and thinks her work is better said than read. In Rachel’s day-to-day life, she is a communications consultant and publicist, but please don’t hold that against her.
(photo credit: Jim Darling Photography)