(Director/Writer) Gordon Greenberg has directed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in London’s West End, written for television and stage, and developed, directed and produced new works for arts institutions across America.  Current Directing/Writing projects include the NBC television series Most Talkative (Co-Executive Producer/Writer, NBC, Blumhouse, Andy Cohen), a new musical about Picasso starring Antonio Banderas (directing & co-writing with Stephen Schwartz & Caridad Svich for Trafalgar Entertainment), Crime and Punishment, A Comedy for the Old Globe (co-writer Steve Rosen), The Secret of My Success for Universal Pictures Stage Productions (co-writers, Steve Rosen, Michael Mahler & Alan Schmuckler), 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), 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, and Houdini (directing & co-writing with Frank Wildhorn.) Other directing/writing work includes: the Broadway stage adaptation of Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn at Studio 54 for Roundabout Theatre Company, Universal Pictures Stage Productions, and PBS Television’s Great Performances, the West End revival of Guys and Dolls was nominated for six Olivier Awards at the Savoy Theatre and then transferred to the Phoenix Theatre (starring Rebel Wilson), Who’s Afraid of Virgina Woolf starring Calista Flockhart and Zachary Quinto at the Geffen Theatre in Los Angeles, 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), Ebenezer Scrooge’s Big [Your Town Here] Christmas Show! in its third season at the Old Globe (co-writer Steve Rosen), the stage adaptation of Tangled (Disney), Johnny Baseball (Williamstown), Working (Drama Desk Award, adapted with Stephen Schwartz and Lin-Manuel Miranda), Jacques Brel…(Drama Desk, Drama League, Outer Critics Award noms), Terms of Endearment with Alfred Molina & Calista Flockhart (Geffen Playhouse for Greg Berlanti), Stars of David by Jeanine Tesori, Tom Kitt, Tony Kushner (Daryl Roth), Pirates! (created with Nell Benjamin, Huntington, Paper Mill, Goodspeed, MUNY), Band Geeks! (also co-writer, Goodspeed, NEA grant), The Baker’s Wife (Paper Mill, Goodspeed), 1776 (Paper Mill), Floyd Collins (Signature), Emerald City Music Hall, an original movie musical for Nickelodeon Television and Scramble Band, an original movie musical for the Disney Channel. He is also deeply involved in arts education and is Co-Director of The BROADWAY TEACHING GROUP, Broadway’s largest education program, in conjunction with Music Theatre International and Playbill.