Gabrielle, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I started out as an indie casting director in 1998 out of New York City. After 9/11, which I witnessed, I headed home to L.A and got a few casting jobs. I got a call from a San Francisco writer and was asked to cast and co-direct a stage play, ‘Badfish,’ the story of Southern California local band Sublime. We had a very successful six-week run at the Matrix stage. This was very exciting because, at the time of the stage play, I was writing the screenplay ’40 Ounces to Freedom’ about Bradley Nowell and his band Sublime. The writer called me and added me to his team. I got to see the first hand of story-telling in three acts.
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