Latest News:

2014

Fall 2014: joining the cast of the new Steve Martin/Edie Brickell new musical Bright Star at the Old Globe in San Diego: Broadway World announcement

co-directing and editing the short film A Sixth for Sundays (working title) with On The Rocks Productions

performing in the fourth industry reading of 26 Pebbles at Manhattan Theater Club: BroadwayWorld Announcement

2013

appearing in the industry reading of 26 Pebbles at Playwrights Horizons: Playbill Announcement

playing “Guisseppe” in The Most Happy Fella at Goodspeed Opera House, Fall 2013: Playbill announcement

Barcode at the NY International Fringe Festival in August 9-14: Broadway World Announcement

July: appeared as “Buzz Adams” in South Pacific at The Muny in St. Louis

April - appeared in staged reading of Cold As Ice

March 18 - performed in the star-studded 8th Annual Broadway Cares/EFA benefit Broadway Backwards at the Palace Theater: Playbill annoucement

March 3 - performed role of The Alderman in reading of The Countess of Storyville written by Joel Higgens and Martin Sylvestri

February 6 & 7 - performed in new musical Casanova written by Joel Higgens and Martin Sylvestri (Johnny Guitar) at the AMAS Theater Company. Playbill announcement

February 18 - performed in concert of Ragtime, at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fischer Hall produced by Manhattan Concert Productions . Featuring an ensemble of alumni from Broadway casts (original & revival), Paper Mill, and others. Starring Lea Salonga, Norm Lewis, Howard McGillin, Manoel Felciano, Tyne Daly, and more! 

2012

October 15: performed in benefit concert At Home Abroad starring Bruce Vilanch, Julie Halston, Chrstine Pedi, Noah Racey, and others; produced by UnsungMusicals co.
    Click here for: Playbill announcement

September 23: played Ford Angel in closed reading of Hurricane Damage

May 16-17: played Phil in a reading of the new musical Reigniting Embers

April 14-May 5: playing Walter/Hoffman in The Butterfly at The Mint Theater: Press release

March 5: appearing in Broadway Backwards 7, the benefit concert at the Al Hirschfeld Theater on Broadway. YouTube promo here.

January - performed in a closed-reading of Hurricane Damage, a new play by Kevin Brofsky.

January - performed part of an untitled piece for the BMI workshop written by George Merrick & Andy Ronninson.

2011

* June-September: appearing in Show Boat at the historic Goodspeed Opera House in Connecticut.

* April - guest artist taught at Nebraska Weslayan University for a week.

* Dec ’10-March ’11 - Joined the final leg of the South Pacific national tour in mid-December through the Spring. Cities include Washington DC, Fort Myers, Newark, Cleveland, and Toronto

2010

October 6-24: playing the role of Count Orsini-Rosenberg in Amadeus at Northern Stage in Vermont.

September 1: Greg will be playing the role of George Merry in a reading of a new musical of Treasure Island. Click here for the Playbill Announcement: Treasure Island

August 22: South Pacific, the 7 Tony Award winning Broadway Revival at Lincoln Center closes after over 1,000 performances.

August 18: South Pacific will be filmed for television: LIVE AT LINCOLN CENTER on PBS. Check local listings

July 15: Performed “Nothing Like A Dame” at Broadway in Bryant Park. 

June 20: Performing in the Broadway Cares/EFA benefit performance of Broadway Bares in the “Go To Jail” number. The benefit raised over a million dollars.

June 10: hit 2 Year Anniversary as part of the South Pacific cast on Broadway. As the swing, Greg has had 376 onstage performances as of the 2-year mark.

March 15: Performing in the New York Philharmonic’s Sondheim: The Birthday Concert for composer Stephen Sondheim’s 80th Birthday. The concert will be broadcast on Great Performances for PBS in November.

Feb 22: Greg appeared in the 5th Annual Broadway Backwards benefit concert at the Vivian     Beaumont Theater. Stage and screen star, Florence Henderson hosted. Other celebrities included Marion Ross, Eve Plumb, Mario Cantone, Richard Kind, Gary Beach, Douglas Sills, Lea Salonga, and many others.

2009

May 24: The boys from South Pacific sang “Nothing Like A Dame” at the Intrepid Air and Space Museum in honor of Fleet Week and Memorial Day.

May 10: Greg and the South Pacific guys are performing in the benefit concert When You’re Good To Mama: The Mother of All Mother’s Day Concerts.

April 27: Greg plus nine other guys from South Pacific sang the National Anthem at the Mets vs. Marlins game at Citifield in New York City. Click here for You Tube clip: National Anthem

April 1: Members of the original 1949 Broadway and tour companies of South Pacific attended the matinee in honor of the 60th Anniversary of the show. Current cast members introduced their original counterparts during the curtain call, and an onstage press event was held afterward. Click here for Playbill Online photos: South Pacific 60th Anniversary

February 23: Performed in the ensemble of  Defying Inequality - a Broadway benefit  for marriage equality.


2008

December 8-9: Played "Michael Cerveris" in the South Pacific skit for The 20th Annual Gypsy of the Year Competition.  

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade: Greg will be part of the cast of South Pacific performing "There is Nothing Like A Dame" on the live telecast.

South Pacific cast records a song for the annual "Carols for A Cure" Christmas CD, benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids.

Playbill Online announcement: (with Liz McCartney who's going in as the "Head Nurse"): Playbill Online: South Pacific Announcement

June 24th: Broadway debut as the male swing in 7 time Tony Award winning South Pacific at Lincoln Center.

June 10th: began rehearsals for Broadway debut in South Pacific at the Vivian Beaumont at Lincoln Center.

April-May: played "Harold Nichols" in The Full Monty at Northern Stage in Vermont.

  
2007

September - December: performed "Roger Sherman" in 1776 at the Goodspeed Opera House.

July-August: performed "Harold Nichols" in The Full Monty at the West Virginia Public Theater.

June: performed in Christopher Gatelli's choreographer presentation for the musical "9 to 5"

June: Played various characters in a reading of The Chocolate Tree directed by Igor Goldin at the New Jersey Rep.

March: Played various characters in a reading of The Black Dahlia by Ed Dixon directed by Richard Sabellico at the York Theater Company.

January-February:  Played "Max" in the Pittsburgh Public production of Cabaret directed by Ted Pappas.


2006

October - December: performed "Sam Phillips" in world premiere of The Million Dollar Quartet at Seaside Music Theater.

September - performed in a workshop of David Gordon's Uncivil Wars with the Pick Performance Company at Cornell University, and later at the Baryshikov Studios.

July-August - performed as a cockney in My Fair Lady at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Company.

May - Played the role of "Glen Odekirk" and others in a reading of Howard Hughes starring Jarod Emick.

April - Performed the role of "Redderick Little" in a reading of Paul Loessel's Ella Minnow Pea.

March- Performed the role of "Danglar" in a reading of The Count of Monty Cristo directed by Igor Goldin.

March - appeared as a 'classmate' in Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.

January- February: Played various roles in The Tin Pan Alley Rag at the Maltz-Jupiter Theater directed by Jiri Ziska.


2005

November: played Harvey Bellerby in "Is There Life After High School?" in The York Theater Company's Musicals in Mufti series.

September: filmed a short film "The Living Room" for Columbia film student Caleb Johnson 

August: Greg recorded a demo for composer Paul Loessel's piece "Ella Minnow Pea" 

June-July: Ragtime at the Paper Mill Playhouse playing the role of Henry Ford.

May: reading of Boy Meets World directed by Igor Goldin.

March: reading of Divine Terror at NYU Tisch School.

Latest News:


2014


  1. *Fall 2014: joining the cast of the new Steve Martin/Edie Brickell new musical Bright Star at the Old Globe in San Diego: Broadway World announcement


  1. *co-directing and editing the short film A Sixth for Sundays (working title) with On The Rocks Productions


  1. *performing in the fourth industry reading of 26 Pebbles at Manhattan Theater Club: BroadwayWorld Announcement


2013


  1. *appearing in the industry reading of 26 Pebbles at Playwrights Horizons: Playbill Announcement


  1. *playing “Guisseppe” in The Most Happy Fella at Goodspeed Opera House, Fall 2013: Playbill announcement


  1. *Barcode at the NY International Fringe Festival in August 9-14: Broadway World Announcement


  1. *July: appeared as “Buzz Adams” in South Pacific at The Muny in St. Louis


  1. *April - appeared in staged reading of Cold As Ice


  1. *March 18 - performed in the star-studded 8th Annual Broadway Cares/EFA benefit Broadway Backwards at the Palace Theater: Playbill annoucement


  1. *March 3 - performed role of The Alderman in reading of The Countess of Storyville written by Joel Higgens and Martin Sylvestri


  1. *February 6 & 7 - performed in new musical Casanova written by Joel Higgens and Martin Sylvestri (Johnny Guitar) at the AMAS Theater Company. Playbill announcement


  1. *February 18 - performed in concert of Ragtime, at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fischer Hall produced by Manhattan Concert Productions . Featuring an ensemble of alumni from Broadway casts (original & revival), Paper Mill, and others. Starring Lea Salonga, Norm Lewis, Howard McGillin, Manoel Felciano, Tyne Daly, and more!


2012


  1. *October 15: performed in benefit concert At Home Abroad starring Bruce Vilanch, Julie Halston, Chrstine Pedi, Noah Racey, and others; produced by UnsungMusicals co.

    Click here for: Playbill announcement


  1. *September 23: played Ford Angel in closed reading of Hurricane Damage

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  3. *May 16-17: played Phil in a reading of the new musical Reigniting Embers

  4. *

  5. *April 14-May 5: playing Walter/Hoffman in The Butterfly at The Mint Theater: Press release

  6. *

  7. *March 5: appearing in Broadway Backwards 7, the benefit concert at the Al Hirschfeld Theater on Broadway. YouTube promo here.

  8. *

  9. *January - performed in a closed-reading of Hurricane Damage, a new play by Kevin Brofsky.

  10. *

  11. *January - performed part of an untitled piece for the BMI workshop written by George Merrick & Andy Ronninson.


2011


* June-September: appearing in Show Boat at the historic Goodspeed Opera House in Connecticut.


* April - guest artist taught at Nebraska Weslayan University for a week.


* Dec ’10-March ’11 - Joined the final leg of the South Pacific national tour in mid-December through the Spring. Cities include Washington DC, Fort Myers, Newark, Cleveland, and Toronto


2010


  1. *October 6-24: playing the role of Count Orsini-Rosenberg in Amadeus at Northern Stage in Vermont.


  1. *September 1: Greg will be playing the role of George Merry in a reading of a new musical of Treasure Island. Click here for the Playbill Announcement: Treasure Island


  1. *August 22: South Pacific, the 7 Tony Award winning Broadway Revival at Lincoln Center closes after over 1,000 performances.


  1. *August 18: South Pacific will be filmed for television: LIVE AT LINCOLN CENTER on PBS. Check local listings


  1. *July 15: Performed “Nothing Like A Dame” at Broadway in Bryant Park.


  1. *June 20: Performing in the Broadway Cares/EFA benefit performance of Broadway Bares in the “Go To Jail” number. The benefit raised over a million dollars.


  1. *June 10: hit 2 Year Anniversary as part of the South Pacific cast on Broadway. As the swing, Greg has had 376 onstage performances as of the 2-year mark.


  1. *March 15: Performing in the New York Philharmonic’s Sondheim: The Birthday Concert for composer Stephen Sondheim’s 80th Birthday. The concert will be broadcast on Great Performances for PBS in November.


  1. *Feb 22: Greg appeared in the 5th Annual Broadway Backwards benefit concert at the Vivian     Beaumont Theater. Stage and screen star, Florence Henderson hosted. Other celebrities included Marion Ross, Eve Plumb, Mario Cantone, Richard Kind, Gary Beach, Douglas Sills, Lea Salonga, and many others.


2009


  1. *May 24: The boys from South Pacific sang “Nothing Like A Dame” at the Intrepid Air and Space Museum in honor of Fleet Week and Memorial Day.


  1. *May 10: Greg and the South Pacific guys are performing in the benefit concert When You’re Good To Mama: The Mother of All Mother’s Day Concerts.


  1. *April 27: Greg plus nine other guys from South Pacific sang the National Anthem at the Mets vs. Marlins game at Citifield in New York City. Click here for You Tube clip: National Anthem


  1. *April 1: Members of the original 1949 Broadway and tour companies of South Pacific attended the matinee in honor of the 60th Anniversary of the show. Current cast members introduced their original counterparts during the curtain call, and an onstage press event was held afterward. Click here for Playbill Online photos: South Pacific 60th Anniversary


  1. *February 23: Performed in the ensemble of Defying Inequality - a Broadway benefit  for marriage equality.



2008


  1. *December 8-9: Played "Michael Cerveris" in the South Pacific skit for The 20th Annual Gypsy of the Year Competition


  1. *Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade: Greg will be part of the cast of South Pacific performing "There is Nothing Like A Dame" on the live telecast.


  1. *South Pacific cast records a song for the annual "Carols for A Cure" Christmas CD, benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids.


  1. *Playbill Online announcement: (with Liz McCartney who's going in as the "Head Nurse"): Playbill Online: South Pacific Announcement


  1. *June 24th: Broadway debut as the male swing in 7 time Tony Award winning South Pacific at Lincoln Center.


  1. *June 10th: began rehearsals for Broadway debut in South Pacific at the Vivian Beaumont at Lincoln Center.


  1. *April-May: played "Harold Nichols" in The Full Monty at Northern Stage in Vermont.



 

2007


  1. *September - December: performed "Roger Sherman" in 1776 at the Goodspeed Opera House.


  1. *July-August: performed "Harold Nichols" in The Full Monty at the West Virginia Public Theater.


  1. *June: performed in Christopher Gatelli's choreographer presentation for the musical "9 to 5"


  1. *June: Played various characters in a reading of The Chocolate Tree directed by Igor Goldin at the New Jersey Rep.


  1. *March: Played various characters in a reading of The Black Dahlia by Ed Dixon directed by Richard Sabellico at the York Theater Company.


  1. *January-February:  Played "Max" in the Pittsburgh Public production of Cabaret directed by Ted Pappas.



2006


  1. *October - December: performed "Sam Phillips" in world premiere of The Million Dollar Quartet at Seaside Music Theater.


  1. *September - performed in a workshop of David Gordon's Uncivil Wars with the Pick Performance Company at Cornell University, and later at the Baryshikov Studios.


  1. *July-August - performed as a cockney in My Fair Lady at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Company.


  1. *May - Played the role of "Glen Odekirk" and others in a reading of Howard Hughes starring Jarod Emick.


  1. *April - Performed the role of "Redderick Little" in a reading of Paul Loessel's Ella Minnow Pea.


  1. *March- Performed the role of "Danglar" in a reading of The Count of Monty Cristo directed by Igor Goldin.


  1. *March - appeared as a 'classmate' in Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.


  1. *January- February: Played various roles in The Tin Pan Alley Rag at the Maltz-Jupiter Theater directed by Jiri Ziska.



2005


  1. *November: played Harvey Bellerby in "Is There Life After High School?" in The York Theater Company's Musicals in Mufti series.


  1. *September: filmed a short film "The Living Room" for Columbia film student Caleb Johnson


  1. *August: Greg recorded a demo for composer Paul Loessel's piece "Ella Minnow Pea"


  1. *June-July: Ragtime at the Paper Mill Playhouse playing the role of Henry Ford.


  1. *May: reading of Boy Meets World directed by Igor Goldin.


  1. *March: reading of Divine Terror at NYU Tisch School.


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