Gordon Greenberg is the Co-Artistic Director of the Broadway Teaching Group. He has directed and written shows on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in London’s West End and around the world. He has taught for University of Michigan, Belmont University, University of Oklahoma, NYU, University of Florida, Columbia University, Syracuse University, University of Utah, Broadway Dreams in Moscow and Berlin, Arts Ed in London, and more. He co-wrote and directed the Broadway stage adaptation of Irving Berlin’s Holiday Innfor Roundabout, Universal Pictures, and PBS Great Performances. His acclaimed revival of Guys And Dollswas nominated for six Olivier Awards and had an extended run at the Savoy and then the Phoenix in London’s West End (starring Rebel Wilson.) He directed the Drama Desk Award winning revised production of Working (adapted with with Stephen Schwartz and Lin-Manuel Miranda) at 59 E 59 Theatre in New York, the acclaimed New York revival of Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well… (Drama Desk, Drama League, Outer Critics Award noms), The Secret of My Success for Universal Pictures Stage Productions, Johnny Baseball for Williamstown Theatre Festival, Tangled for Disney, Band Geeks! (also co-author), and more.
Current Directing/Writing projects include a new musical about Picasso starring Antonio Banderas (directing & co-writing with Stephen Schwartz & Caridad Svich for Trafalgar Entertainment), Houdini(directing & co-writing with Frank Wildhorn), the television series Most Talkative (Creator, NBC, Blumhouse, Andy Cohen), Crime and Punishment, A Comedy for the Old Globe (co-writer Steve Rosen), Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors (Off-Broadway, 2023 & podcast starring John Stamos, Laura Benanti, & Annaleigh Ashford, co-writer Steve Rosen), the new comedy podcast series Rolling Calls starring Julie Halston & Richard Kind (co-writer, Steve Rosen), and The Heart of Rock and Roll, the Huey Lewis Musical, which had a record breaking run at The Old Globe and is scheduled to premiere on Broadway next season. He recently directed the acclaimed revival of Who’s Afraid of Virgina Woolf starring Calista Flockhart and Zachary Quinto at the Geffen Theatre in Los Angeles, which Variety called “Inspired”, the L.A. Times called “Unerringly good…Qunto & Flockhart expose something infinitely fragile in Edward Albee’s shatterproof play”, Entertainment Weekly called “Riveting…brilliantly staged”, and the Wall Street Journal called “Intriguing…Here, unusually, there is the suggestion that the oncoming dawn may truly presage a fragile new beginning.” Other recent work includes the North American premiere of Piaf/Dietrich for Mirvish in Toronto (Dora Award, Best Production), Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory, London), The Secret Party: Jacques Brel 1968 (Das Vindobona, Vienna, Austria), and Ebenezer Scrooge’s Big [Your Town Here] Christmas Show! in it’s third season at the Old Globe (co-writer Steve Rosen.) As an actor, he has appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway and on television in numerous roles. He attended Stanford University and NYU Film School and is a member of the Stage Directors & Choreographers Society, The Writers Guild of America, The Dramatists Guild, and the Lincoln Center Theatre Directors Lab.