…a poignant, ambitious and disturbingly funny project from acclaimed local playwright Christian Levatino and his gangbusters theatre company.
OPERATION: TETHERBALL, from award-winning Los Angeles production company Hold For Plane Pictures, is a time travel and spy comedy short film written, shot, and edited in 48 hours for the 48-Hour Film Project Los Angeles.
In the revised and expanded The New Business of Acting: How to Build a Career in a Changing Landscape – The Next Edition talent manager, educator and author Brad Lemack tackles the tough challenges actors face in seeking, building and maintaining rewarding careers in an industry struggling to rebrand itself and how it does business.
A Hold For Plane Pictures production, Get a Clue is a multi-award nominee in the 2018 International 24-Hour Film Race. This short film is a sweet and salty look at the awkwardness of romantic tension, the constant struggle against our own insecurities and the angels and demons who just won’t shut up!
Rehearsals started this week for Sunny Afternoon, Part 1 of the Black Bag Pentalogy, and I am in conspiracy theory/historical theatre heaven. For those of you who missed the news, I got cast in my first non-Theatre Unleashed show in a long time, the role of Dallas Homicide Det. Richard ‘Dick’ Sims in Christian Levatino’s Sunny Afternoon.
Late Tuesday night last week, I got a last-minute notification that I’d been moved from the waitlist to a confirmed slot for the SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Small Group Session on Demo Reels.
It’s been a while since I’ve had the opportunity to perform with a group other than Theatre Unleashed, but I’m positively ecstatic to announce that I’m going to be a part of a big event this Fall. More specifically, The Big Event with Gangbusters Theatre Company.
Last weekend, I had the distinct pleasure of collaborating with a bunch of my friends on a film for this year’s L.A. 48-Hour Film Project. Specifically, I was assigned to the writing team for Hold For Plane’s submission, along with Lisa K. Wyatt (with whom I collaborated previously on Get a Clue, and Courtney Bell, who produced Rule #4, a film I also co-wrote for HFP. The Writers Room was rounded out by director Graydon Schlichter and D.P./Editor Travis Joe Dixon.
A Very DIE HARD Christmas continued to earn critical acclaim in July, with Greg netting an Honorable Mention for his direction in TheTVolution.com’s 2018 Fringe Awards!
creative multi-hyphenateAn 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.