Meet the Cast: Gabriel Morales in ‘A Funny Thing’

Meet Gabriel Morales who is currently performing in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum with the Northglenn Players

Gabriel Morales


Hometown: Guanajuato, México

Home now: Thornton, CO

High School: John F. Kennedy High School

College: Colorado Christian University and the Los Angeles Film Studies Center

Where have you recently performed?: Was just in Cabaret at Miners Alley Playhouse, Golden, CO

Three words to describe yourself: Homebody, Introvert, Soft-spoken

Describe your perfect date night: I truly enjoy a great home-cooked meal, snuggling on the couch and watching a good movie.

Favorite food: I love it all, but if I had to choose I would say pizza.

Favorite movie: It’s between Clueless or My Best Friend’s Wedding

Where can people find you on social media (your handle)?: @gmorale83181014

Favorite role: Truly enjoyed playing Molina in Kiss of the Spider Woman

Bucket List role: There a so many! Just need directors to go out on a limb and/or be color blind when it comes to casting them.

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Gabriel Morales

Gabriel Morales in ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.’

Explain A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the ForumA fun adventure of mistaken-identities, chases and chaos awaits this town in ancient Greece and its inhabitants in Psedulous’ attempt to obtain what he cherishes the most — his freedom.

Tell us about your role: I play Hysterium who is a very frantic and frenetic head slave at Senex’s house. He has a good heart and in his naiveté is caught up in Psedulous’ antics.

What should audiences take away from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum?: Besides a fun night full of laughter, I hope that they take away the fact that despite all the chaos life can throw at you, true love will always find its way in unexpectedly .

One interesting fact about yourself: I was so shy as a kid my parents put me in karate and in a Folkloric Dance group to bring me out of my shell. You can guess which one had more of an impact in my life.

 


Ticket Information:

Book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Directed by: Annie Dwyer

Playing at: D.L. Parsons Theatre

11801 Community Center Dr, Northglenn, CO 80233

Runs: July 14- July 23

Tickets: $12 youth and seniors/ $14 adults

Get tickets: 303-450-8800 or online at www.northglennarts.org

Fri/Sat @ 7:30 p.m.; Sun @ 6 p.m.

Morales

The cast of Northglenn Players production of ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.’ Photo Credit: Olga Lopez


Cast List:

  • Senex – Jeffrey Graves
  • Domina – Victoria Pace
  • Hero – Kade Fritzler
  • Hysterium – Gabriel Morales
  • Pseudolus – Cooper Kaminsky
  • Erronius – Jeff Jesmer
  • Miles Gloriousus – Cole White
  • Marcus Lycus – Josh Leisure
  • Tintinabula – Michaela Lamb
  • Panacea – Lauren Lee Kirk
  • Vibrata – Simone LeBaron
  • The Geminae: Britney Farr and Jenna Alves
  • Gymnasia – Danielle Rankin
  • Philia – Hannah Harmon
  • The Proteans: Michael Rossitto, Anthony Okazaki, Emilio Figueroa

 

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