One might call Gordon Greenberg the driving force behind this sucker (pun intended). He sits down with Andrew for what very well might be the final episode of the podcastula for awhile (what is a podcastula, anyway?). Sharing some of his own reasons for even wanted to create Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors in the first place, this episode is one that you won't soon forget.
Gordon is the Co-Author & Director of the production. Additional resume stuffs include: Picasso starring Antonio Banderas (directing and co-writing with Stephen Schwartz and Caridad Svich for Trafalgar Entertainment); “Most Talkative” (co-creator, NBC/Universal TV, Andy Cohen,Blumhouse); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Geffen Playhouse, L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award, Best Revival); Crime and Punishment, A Comedy (directed and cowritten with Steve Rosen, The Old Globe); Guys and Dolls starring Rebel Wilson (Savoy Theatre London, six Olivier Award noms); Barnum (Menier Chocolate Factory,London); Piaf/Dietrich (Mirvish Toronto, Dora Award, Best Production); Holiday Inn (director/co-writer, Broadway, PBS “Great Performances”); Working (Drama Desk Award); Jacques Brel… (Zipper Theatre, Drama Desk, Drama League, Outer Critics noms); Ebenezer Scrooge’s BIG San Diego Christmas Show (The Old Globe); The Secret of My Success (Universal Stage Productions,TUTS, Paramount); new works at Ars Nova, Williamstown, Huntington, Paper Mill, Signature, Goodspeed, Chicago Shakes, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Asolo, NY Stage and Film. Education: Stanford, NYU Film, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
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