As a member of SITI Company, Mr. Gianino has helped create and performed in productions of The Bacchae, Steel Hammer, Trojan Women (AfterEuripides), bobrauschenbergamerica, theatre is a blank page, Hanjo, Persians, Café Variations, Radio Macbeth, systems/layers, and Freshwater. His New York credits include work at BAM, Second Stage, Signature Theatre, The Public Theater, Japan Society, WP Theater, SoHo Rep, and HERE Arts. He has performed regionally and internationally including at Yale Rep, Arena Stage, Actors Theatre of Louisville (Humana Festival), Berkshire Theatre Festival, Arts and Ideas Festival, SUNY Purchase, Penguin Rep, Getty Villa (LA), The Court (Chicago), Krannert Center, Walker Art Center, Wexner Center, MC93 Bobigny (Paris, France), Bonn Biennale (Bonn, Germany), Dublin Theatre Festival (Dublin, Ireland), GIFT Festival (Tbilisi, Georgia), NYUAD (Abu Dhabi, UAE) and the Theatre Olympics (Toga-mura, Japan). FILM: Abaddon, Inside Me, Hospitality, Dead Canaries; TV: The Affair, Limitless, White Collar, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, All My Children. B.A. Wesleyan University. ATL Apprentice. Guest Artist/Faculty: NYU, The New School, SUNY Purchase, Skidmore, Bennington. Member of the Actors Center.
“Mesmerizing moments are what those of us addicted to performance live for. Suddenly and unexpectedly we are lifted from our normal detached contemplation and into another place, where time stops and our breath catches and we can hardly believe that those responsible for this pleasure can sustain it another second. For evidence I offer you Bob, the Pizza Boy. For Bob, some of the credit should go to the director, Ms. Bogart, and a lot more to the young actor who played him – Gian-Murray Gianino… Performance at the highest level, whoever it’s by, is always a surprise.” – John Rockwell, New York Times
the theatre is a blank page
Who Do You Think You Are
Intimations for Saxophone