an accomplished director, educator, and producer with 25 years of experience in the field, currently holds the position of Assistant Teaching Professor at Northeastern University, where he has made significant contributions to the theater world as a stage director. Over the course of his career, Greg has directed numerous college, university, and professional productions, including Letta Neely’s ‘Pulling It All Into The Current,’ which enjoyed successful runs in Boston, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and the United Solo Theatre Festival, and is currently touring several cities across the United States. He has also directed ‘Mommy Are We Poor?’ by Richard Ravosa at Mosesian Center for Arts and produced by Six Corners Entertainment/David Bertolino Productions, and ‘Polaroid Stories’ by Naomi Iizuka at Northeastern University. Greg is also the creator and director of ‘Thunder – A Musical Memoir,’ a one-person show featuring acclaimed Broadway tap dancer Jimmy Tate, which garnered the Outstanding Choreography award at the New York International Fringe Festival. His work has graced esteemed venues such as the Francis Anne Cannon Workshop Theater, Ensemble Studio Theater, and Bleeker Street Theater in New York City, as well as Boston’s Strand Theater, Mosesian Center for the Arts, Boston Center for the Arts, and the Garde Arts Center in Connecticut. Greg’s educational journey includes a theater degree from Sarah Lawrence College, an M.F.A. in Theater Directing from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and an M.Ed. from Cambridge College. He has also shared his expertise through teaching roles in the Boston Public Schools, Umass Amherst, and Mass Bay Community College. Currently, Greg serves as an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Northeastern University Department of Theatre, is the Co-Artistic Director, along with Letta Neely, of A Revolution of Values Theatre Project, and holds an Artistic Director position at Fort Point Theatre Channel in Boston, where he continues to shape and enrich the theatrical landscape.