In 2004 Fabio directed the Midwest premiere of Elizabeth Swados’ Missionaries for which he was a finalist for Northern Ohio Live! Magazine’s Award of Achievement in Theatre. Other directing credits include: Dead Man Walking, Anyone Can Whistle; Cloud Tectonics; True West; Jesus Christ Superstar; All in the Timing; I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change; Sweeney Todd; and Waiting for Lefty at Baldwin-Wallace College. As an actor Fabio recently completed the roles of “Mr. Tesh” in Nikolai Gogol's The Gamblers with the Cleveland Museum of Art as part of their Viva and Gala series and Thenardier in the Broadway national tour of Les Miserables. Other national credits include Missionaries at Brooklyn Academy of Music, directed by Elizabeth Swados and starring Josie DeGuzman; “Ludovico Marsili” in the U.S. premiere of David Hare’s adaptation of Brecht’s The Life of Galileo, directed by Mark Wing-Davey at Berkeley Repertory Theatre in California; the first performance of Arthur Miller’s last play, Resurrection Blues, at The Signature Theatre Company; Willie and Rupert at The Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center; A Christmas Carol at McCarter Theatre directed by Scott Ellis; I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change at Idaho Shakespeare Festival; The Mystery of Edwin Drood and A Little Night Music at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; A Christmas Carol and A Little Night Music at Great Lakes Theatre Festival; The Grapes of Wrath and A Grand Night for Singing at Cleveland Play House; A Little Night Music with Donna McKechnie at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; The Tempest, Man of La Mancha and Twelve Angry Men at Hope Summer Repertory Theatre; Nine at Cain Park, The Fantasticks at Porthouse Theatre; Sunday in the Park with George at Arden Theatre Company, and the U.S. premiere of Domino Heart at Dobama Theatre. Fabio has also made numerous network television and radio appearances, including roles on “Guiding Light” and “As the World Turns.” He received his MFA in Acting from Case Western Reserve University and his BA in Sociology from Temple University. His research interests include acting, music theatre, and Shakespeare performance.