Regie Cabico received the 2006 New York Innovative Theater Award for Best Performance Art Production as part of the New York Neo-Futurist's production of Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind. His solo shows have been presented at Dixon Place, Joe's Pub The Public Theater, Seattle Fringe Festival, Contact Theater (Manchester, England) and The Humana Theater Festival. He is a teaching artist at The Kennedy Center and performs his work throughout North America & The UK. Television credits include NPR's Snap Judgment, HBO's Def Poetry Jam. As a poet, Cabico is a pioneer of spoken word poetry and slam. His work appears in over 30 anthologies including the Lambda nominated, Flicker & Spark. Mr. Cabico directed and dramaturged Sasha SInclair's Self Portrait, Margaux Delotte Bennett's Black and Kinky Among Brown Waves, j.scales' Mostly the Voice and Sahil Farooqi's Brown Monkey Goes To McDonalds. His latest solo show, Godiva Dates and One Night Stands received critical acclaim at the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival.
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