Gabe Maharjan is a Montreal-based actor and creator. They first caught the performance bug in their Elementary school drama class. As a child, Gabe did workshops at The Black Theatre Workshop and the MSOPA and developed a love for play and storytelling.
Gabe is currently serving on the Board of Directors of the Quebec Drama Federation. They recently completed The Black Theatre Workshop’s Artist Mentorship Program in the actor’s stream. They participated in Playwrights’ Workshop Montreal’s Young Creators Unit, where they started writing called Eva in Rio, a new play they are developing. Gabe graduated from the Dome in 2017.
A selection of Gabe’s performance credits include Haemon in Raise the Stakes’ Antigone, Eddie in The Last Wife as part of Imago’s “Her Side” festival, and Tripp in Sermo Scomber’s Don’t Read the Comments—which won the Franky Award for Most Promising English Company for the 2018 Montreal Fringe. Gabe voices Hayao in Epsilon Games’ Primus Vita. They made their directorial debut last year, when they produced Rajiv Joseph’s Gruesome Playground Injuries (Playground Productions).