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   Click on the following links for  detailed information regarding some of Gregg W. Brevoort's favorite productions:

I Ought To Be In Pics
Catholic Girl's...Virginity
Two Gents. of Verona
Lettice and Lovage
An Ideal Husband
Angel Street
Henry IV Part 1
Redwood Curtain
The Drawer Boy
Laughing Wild
Who's Afraid of V. Woolf?
The Cherry Orchard
Glass Menagerie
True West
All's Well That Ends Well
Joseph ... Dreamcoat
Richard III
Waiting For Godot
Scotland Road
Bobby Crooks
Two By Thornton Wilder
Other Productions

Gregg W. Brevoort has been directing both at the professional and university level for the past 29 years. He holds a BFA in Acting and Directing from New York University and an MFA degree in Directing from Columbia University.

He has had a particularly satisfying season, having just directed Neil Simon's I Ought To Be In Pictures, starring Robert Wuhl, his third production in as many years at Garry Marshall's Falcon Theatre in Burbank, CA. He has also recently directed The Two Gentlemen of Verona, returning for the second time to the Texas Shakespeare Festival.

Other recent directing credits include Dracula as a guest director at Purdue University, Peter Shaffer's Lettice & Lovage and Michael Healey's The Drawer Boy at the Merc Playhouse in Washington state, Coriolanus for the Texas Shakespeare Festival and Christopher Durang's Laughing Wild for the Lost Nation Theatre in Montpelier, Vermont. Before that, he directed Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? for the Mystic Bison Theatre in San Francisco, and Henry IV, Part 1 for the Virginia Shakespeare Festival in historic Williamsburg. For the Culver City Public Theatre, he has directed An Ideal Husband, All’s Well That Ends Well, The Good Doctor and The Cherry Orchard, and is Artistic Advisor for the company.

In studying and honing his craft, he has worked with such artists and theatrical leaders as Anne Bogart, Andrei Serban, Robert Woodruff, Gerald Schoenfeld, Howard Rogut, Evangeline Morphos, David Mamet, Robert Moss, Molly D. Smith, JoAnne Akalaitis, Ruth Maleczech, Oskar Eustis, and others.



Directing Resume

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What's New:

2013 / 2014

Gregg has been directing several projects for the Malibu Playhouse New Play Series. Join us for some exciting, new work!

Recent Highlights

-- Gregg returned to Garry Marshall's Falcon Theatre in Burbank, CA, directing a rare revival of Neil Simon's I OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES starring Robert Wuhl (Arli$$)

-- Annie Hendy's provocative and irreverent comedy The Catholic Girl's Guide To Losing Your Virginity at the Falcon Theatre

-- Two GentlemEn of Verona for the 25th Anniversary season of the Texas Shakespeare Festival.

-- The Broadway hit Souvenir at Garry Marshall's Falcon Theatre in Burbank, CA.

--  Gregg was nominated for the Alan Schneider Director Award by TCG (Theatre Communications Group). This award recognizes freelance directors who have demonstrated exceptional talent.