Whether it's developing ideas for theatre, film, or television, Gibson Frazier relishes creating and sharing stories of heartbreaking beauty where mythic characters and melancholic heroes suffer ironic tragedies and celebrate bittersweet victories.
He co-wrote and directed OUT OF LINE, Cate Cohen's one woman play which was eventually developed as a television pilot for ABC. He also directed the world premiere of NORMAN ROCKWELL IS BLEEDING, written and performed by Christopher Titus which was developed into the FOX Television show TITUS and was later taped for Showtime. Both shows had successful runs in Los Angeles and were named “Pick of the Week” by the LA WEEKLY.
As a solo writer and with collaborators, Gibson has several completed screenplays in the pipeline. He is currently developing several film and television projects with his writing partner Mark Shanahan. Together, they wrote the feature film KILL ME ALL YOU WANT and its twelve-minute prequel KILL ME.