Gab Cody is a story-generator across mediums. She writes and designs award-winning immersive experiences, independent film, and site-specific theater. She has been a guest lecturer at Carnegie Mellon University, Stanford University and the College of William and Mary. Her plays have been staged at the La Jolla Playhouse, Williamstown Theatre Festival, New York City’s New Dramatists and Urban Stages, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Quantum Theatre and at theaters in Seattle, Chicago, Pittsburgh and Sydney, Australia. Ms. Cody serves as lead writer/co-creator on Bricolage Production Company’s immersive urban adventures OjO and STRATA, and DODO with Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette named STRATA the best play of 2012. American Theatre Magazine featured STRATA on the cover of their July/August 2013 issue. OjO premiered as part of the Three Rivers Arts Festival in Pittsburgh and received its West Coast premiere as part of the La Jolla Playhouse Without Walls Festival. It was named a top-ten production of 2014 by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and a top-five production of 2015 by the San Diego Union-Tribune. Locally in Pittsburgh, Ms. Cody’s plays have been produced at Quantum Theatre ("Fat Beckett" and "Inside Passage") The August Wilson Center ("The Sisters Grey"), and The Pittsburgh Playhouse ("Prussia: 1866" and "The Alchemists’ Lab"). Ms. Cody attended the Sewanee Writers’ Conference as a Tennessee Williams scholar. Her films have screened at the Cleveland International Film Festival, San Francisco Independent Film Festival, New Filmmakers at the Anthology Film Archives in New York, Johns Hopkins Film Festival, New York Horror Film Festival, Big Bear International Film Festival and 11/22 FilmFest in Vienna. Ms. Cody’s collaborations (as screenwriter) with Riley Harmon "A Method for Blue Logic" and "Passengers: Ghost Protocol" have premiered at museums and film festivals internationally. She is the Pittsburgh Regional Representative for the Dramatists Guild.