Gabrielle Sullivan is a graduate of Point Park University’s Conservatory of Performing Arts in Pittsburgh, PA with her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance.
On talent and academic scholarship, she performed pieces at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, including Poom Shanka, X Factor, and original Bob Fosse choreography in Sing, Sing, Sing. She had the honor of studying under Jeff Shade, former Bob Fosse protégé, and Broadway native Ronald Tassone, among others.
Prior to Point Park, Gabrielle was on talent and academic scholarship at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City, studying under Anthony Ferro, Lynn Glauber (The Joffrey Ballet), Nancy Lushington (May O’Donnell Dance Company), and Charlotte Griffin (Julliard); She performed in the Dancers at Work Showcase in Plenilunio, an original work by Joao Carvalho and Susana Yamauchi; additionally, she trained at STEPS on Broadway and Broadway Dance Center.
Professional performance credits include: The Royal Ballet’s Manon at the John F. Kennedy Center; Regional theatre productions of 42nd Street and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas; Norwegian Cruise Line’s Pride of Hawaii; Busch Gardens, Tampa in Summer Nights, The Happening and Storybook Ball; American Entertainment Production’s Garden Party, Sugar and Spice, Rock Your World, Summer Cruisin’, and Lands of Idlewild; and as a backup dancer for Neil Young and Crazy Horse’s Greendale Tour.
Gabrielle has taught/choreographed/adjudicated all genres and levels of dance throughout the east coast, and is most passionate about teaching theatre jazz, tap, and ballet. Combining her extensive training with her performing career, Gabrielle brings a wealth of knowledge to the classroom; She encourages dancers to become the most well-rounded artist they can be, and is eager to share her love of the performing arts.
A proud police wife, mama of 3 boys, barre instructor and lover of all things Broadway, Gabrielle is also the owner of “Gray | Arrows Photography”- focusing on candid, action-based photography (grayarrowsphotography.com).