Sheila Dvorak Galione

Sheila Dvorak Galione

Sheila Dvorak Galione launched her successful career while in college, where she directed The Varsity Show, an original musical improv comedy featuring comediennes Jenny Slate (Parks and Recreation) and Kate McKinnon (Saturday Night Live).

She directed and taught improv at the Orange Tree Theater Company in Ithaca, New York, where she also produced and directed for the Kitchen Theater Company. In New York City, she cofounded Collective Act Productions, where she directed original work by cofounder and novelist Joshua Max Feldman and Jonathan Safran Foer at The Flea Theatre.

An accomplished independent filmmaker, Galione’s feature film Children of Invention premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and screened in theaters nationwide. She is also a singer, vocal coach, musician, and songwriter.

After working in both New York City and Los Angeles, Galione decided to move to the country. She currently sings and performs comedic and dramatic theatre throughout the Hudson Valley of New York with Murder Cafe and Theatre on the Road, and is the cocreator and director of Dazzled to Death and Cavalcade Cabaret, an old-school-meets-new-school entertainment event featuring her original music performed by Sheila Dee & The Dazzlers.