Gabriel Quinn Bauriedel

Quinn is a co-founder and Co-Artistic Director of Pig Iron.  He has performed, directed, and designed for the company over the last 19 years.  Notable roles include Walchak in Hell Meets Henry Halfway, Vincent in Gentlemen Volunteers, Mike/Dr. Michaels in Shut Eye and Spencer in The Lucia Joyce Cabaret. With his fellow Artistic Directors, Quinn received a “Best Choreography” Barrymore for Cafeteria, a Pew Fellowship in Performance Art and a USA Knight Fellowship.  In 2007, Quinn was awarded one of 6 national Fox Foundation Actor Fellowships.  As part of his fellowship, he directed  Welcome to Yuba City, which premiered in September, 2009 at the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and was nominated for 6 Barrymore Awards including Outstanding Direction.  Quinn received a Henry Luce Fellowship to spend a year in Bali, Indonesia.  He is a graduate of Ecole Jacques Lecoq and Swarthmore College and currently teaches at Swarthmore and at the Headlong Performance Institute. In 2011, Quinn assumed the role of School Director for the Pig Iron School for Advanced Performance Training; visit for more information.