Gian-Murray Gianino is proud to be a member of SITI. He first met Anne and the company as an acting apprentice at Actors Theatre of Louisville when he was cast as the Pizza Boy in their production of Chuck Mee’s bobrauschenbergamerica at the Humana Festival. Since then he has helped create and further developed a number of SITI shows including Persians (Getty Villa), Steel Hammer (Humana Festival), Café Variations (CutlerMajestic, Boston), Trojan Women, (BAM, Tour), Radio Macbeth (Under the Radar, DTW, Tour), bobrauschenbergamerica (Humana Festival, BAM, DTW, Tour), Systems/Layers (Tour), Freshwater (WP), Who Do You Think You Are (Wexner) and War of the Worlds – The Radio Play (DTW). As an actor at large in New York he has had the fortune to work on a number of shows including Olives and Blood (May Adrales, HERE Arts), Or, and Aliens With Extraordinary Skills (Tea Alagic, The Women’s Project), Paradise Park (Daniel Fish, Signature Theatre), Eurydice (Les Waters, Second Stage), Bone Portraits (Lear deBessonet, SoHo Rep), and Al Pacino’s Salome readings (NY & LA). He has performed regionally and internationally including at Yale Rep, Arena Stage, Actors Theatre Louisville (Humana Festival), Berkshire Theatre Festival, Penguin Rep, Provincetown Rep, Getty Villa (LA), The Court (Chicago), Stamford Performing Arts, Krannert, Walker, Wexner, MC93 Bobigny (France), Bonn Biennale and Dublin Theatre Festival. His TV/Film credits include White Collar, Law & Order, Law &Order: SVU, All My Children, Dead Canaries, Hospitality and Doctors of the Dark Side. He has taught Suzuki and Viewpoints with the company in NY and LA and as far off as Prague as well as Scene Study in their full time conservatory. After graduating with a B.A. in theatre from Wesleyan University in Connecticut and finishing his yearlong apprenticeship at Actors Theatre of Louisville, he returned to New York City, where he was born and raised. G.M. is the third generation of a New York theatre family - his mother is an actress, his father and sister are stage managers, and his grandmother was an actress and radio editor who worked with such figures as the great Orson Welles.