I majored in Performance and Directing at Fordham University. Acting & Singing have given me some incredible experiences. Some of my favorites include Stop the Virgens at St. Ann’s Warehouse with Karen O, dir. by Adam Rapp; Turn of the Screw (David Rubinstein Atrium-Lincoln Center) dir. by Michael Kimmel with music & lyrics by Drew Gasparini; Tales of Toverud (Amsterdam Intl Film Festival, LA Comedy Festival) & Pace in The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek.
I’m always interested in readings of new work. Here’s my resume for more info.
"Also intriguing was the petite Flora (Leslie Gauthier); she was able to meld a mature prescience of imminent evil with a girlish naivete while sporting a black mini-dress, matching mud-stained keds, and a pixie cut."-UPSTAGE, Anastassiya Adrianova on Turn of the Screw at Lincoln Center.
"Leslie Gauthier does a great job with Alvida the captain/princess, a cold and often unlikeable character who is struggling with far more doubts than she will ever let her crew see."- Natalie Sacks, Charged.fm on Heart of Oak, Everyday Inferno.
"...our teen protagonists, Dalton and Pace [are] played with clarity and pathos by Wesley Zurick and Leslie Gauthier - Gilbert Gagliotti, The CT Halfwit on The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek