Gordon Greenberg

Gordon Greenberg previously directed Pirates! (Or, Gilbert and Sullivan Plunder'd) (2009) at the Huntington. His credits include the new production of Working (revised with Stephen Schwartz and Lin Manuel Miranda — The Old Globe, Asolo Repertory Theatre), the Off Broadway revival of Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well… (The Zipper Factory Theater — Drama Desk, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle Award nominations), Pirates! (Goodspeed Opera House, Paper Mill Playhouse), Band Geeks (also co-writer, Goodspeed Opera House), The Baker’s Wife (Stephen Schwartz/Joe Stein — Paper Mill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House), Happy Days (Garry Marshall/Paul Williams – Goodspeed Opera House, Paper Mill Playhouse, national tour), The Citizens Band (Spiegelworld), Edges (Capital Repertory Theater), 1776 (Paper Mill Playhouse), Barnum (Asolo Repertory Theatre), Half A Sixpence (Goodspeed Opera House), Cam Jansen (Lamb’s Player Theatre), Assisted Loving (Daryl Roth Theatre), O. Henry’s Lovers (Goodspeed Opera House), Peter Pan (national tour), Floyd Collins (Signature Theatre), Broadway Festival (New Amsterdam Theater), The Velvet Vise with Janeane Garafalo (New York Performance Works Theatre), Immaculate Misconception (New End Theatre, Hampstead), Song of Singapore (Capital Repertory Theater), and Jesus Christ Superstar (Helen Hayes Theatre). Mr. Greenberg received his education at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Stanford University, New York University Film, and Lincoln Center TheaterDirector’s Lab.

(as of May 2009)

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