The Future of FringeNYC! Part 1 (video turns right-ways before announcement!)Posted by FringeNYC - The New York International Fringe Festival on Sunday, August 20, 2017
Seven years ago, I brought my play Friends Like These to FringeNYC, the New York International Fringe Festival. In 2012, Theatre Unleashed co-produced my second play, Super Sidekick: The Musical with...
This past weekend, the Theatre Unleashed Writers Den went on retreat to a house in Frazier Park, about 90 minutes north of the city. Ten of us enjoyed a quiet weekend away in the woods where we… sat on our laptops and wrote without distraction. For a whole weekend.
Earlier today on Twitter, I announced that I will once again be helming our annual cult holiday hit A Very DIE HARD Christmas this year as part of TU’s Naughty & Nice Rep.
The cat is out of the bag! On Saturday, September 9th from 2-4pm, I’m leading a workshop for the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights. The topic is self-producing your own work.
Gregory Crafts was the only stand-out (except for the extra-campy Richard Epcar) as his performance was solid and his character actually seemed to have an arc to it.
– Douglas Davidson
Review of Altered Spirits
One of the many things we have at Theatre Unleashed is a playwriting unit. We swap pages and offer constructive critique. We pitch ideas and solicit feedback. We talk about elements of our current projects we’re struggling with. It’s a fun, laid-back, and supportive environment.
Earlier this year, my 10-minute play, Yellow Means Caution, went up at Short+Sweet Sydney, the flagship of the Short+Sweet Festival.
About a week ago, my friends and I all got killed live on the internet. Twice. Wait, let me back things up. We were on this show called The Gauntlet and… Hmm. I may need to back this up further. Okay.
This weekend, my ten-minute play The Boys of Spring and Fall opened at Short+Sweet Hollywood 2017 at the Stella Adler Theatre at Hollywood and Highland.
An award-winning multi-hyphenate creative artist, with more than twenty-five years of experience as an actor, playwright, director, designer, and theatrical producer under his belt, Greg graduated from Emerson College in Boston, MA with a Bachelor’s in Theatre Studies in 2003. Soon after, Greg migrated to Los Angeles seeking adventure in the entertainment industry. He currently resides in North Hollywood, CA with his wife, Jenn, and their two cats.