(Gabrielle Suzanne Kaplan)
Female. Ethnicity: "Jewish." Education: Emerson College, B.F.A. (performing arts), 1993; Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, M.A. (Jewish studies), 2001. Religion: Jewish.
Home—Philadelphia, PA. Agent—Jewish Lights Publishing, P.O. Box 237, Sunset Farm Offices, Rt. 4, Woodstock, VT 05091. E-mail—[email protected]
Writer, performer, and educator. Auerbach Central Agency for Jewish Education, Philadelphia, PA, creative arts consultant; Philadelphia Young Playwrights Festival, teacher. Actress in one-woman shows, including Zoom Gali Gali! and Greta in Seven Parts. Also worked as critic and reporter for Chicago Reader, Chicago, IL.
(As Gabrielle Suzanne Kaplan) The Magic Tanach and Other Short Plays, A.R.E. Publishing (Denver, CO), 1999.
(As Gabrielle Suzanne Kaplan) Extraordinary Jews: Staging Their Lives: One-Act Plays for Teens, A.R.E. Publishing (Denver, CO), 2001.
Insulin Pump-Therapy Demystified: An Essential Guide for Everyone Pumping Insulin, Marlowe & Company (New York, NY), 2003.
The Creative Jewish Wedding Book: A Hands-on Guide to New and Old Traditions, Ceremonies, and Celebrations, Jewish Lights Publishing (Woodstock, VT), 2004.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Diabetes Forecast, September, 2003.
Library Journal, March 15, 2003, Janet M. Schneider, review of Insulin Pump-Therapy Demystified: An Essential Guide for Everyone Pumping Insulin, p. 106.
Auerbach Central Agency for Jewish Education Web site,http://www.acaje.org/ (April 16, 2004).
Fass Speakers Bureau Web site,http://www.fasspr.com/ (April 16, 2004), "Gabrielle Kaplan Mayer."