Shana Gagnon was last seen on stage at Theatre 68 in the One Acts in The Goodbye Chili, The Gun, and she made her directorial debut with Serendipidon’t.
She is known for her “Detroit” attitude – whatever that means. Go JV, go Tigs! People often make fun of her for talking with her hands. She’s Italian.
Gagnon has been a member of the Road Theatre since 2006. Road credits: Swimming, And Neither Have I Wings to Fly, Dirk, and The Friendly Hour.
She attended Western Michigan University on a theatre performance scholarship and then transferred to CSUN and holds her BA in Theatre/English. She is an actor/director by day and Batgirl (fighting crime on streets of LA) by night.