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About

Greg (he/him) is an actor, musician, educator, gardener, music producer, sound designer, painter, animal-lover, writer and Pisces. Or, to put it all into one word: an artist.

 

Greg has performed professionally as an actor and musician in venues spanning the entire east coast, including Shakespeare & Company, The Theatre at Woodshill, Urbanite Theatre, Emergent Ensemble Theatre, The Siglo de Oro Drama Festival, The Umbrella Stage, The Theater at Monmouth, Alchemical Theatre, The Looking Glass Theatre, WAM Theatre, Berkshire Playwright's Lab and many, many more. He continues to create and collaborate with people of all ages across the U.S., and teaches/leads workshops in schools and community spaces throughout Berkshire County and the surrounding area.

 

Greg holds a BA in Theater Arts from UMass Amherst class of 2013 and studied theater at the University of Kent in Canterbury in the UK. The creatively rich and nature-filled Berkshires in Massachusetts have become an inspiration and artistic home in recent years. Greg is a company artist with Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, MA, where he has has trained, acted and educated, and teaches through Community Access To The Arts in Great Barrington as well as the Berkshire School of Music in Pittsfield.

Greg grew up in Worcester, Massachusetts feeding chickens, throwing snowballs, hanging with hippies, attending Catholic Mass, switching schools, playing baseball, and getting into trouble with siblings and friends, creating as much as possible - characters, artwork, music, jokes, fights, songs, scripts, stupid faces. A flame was lit for theater and public speaking through programs at Worcester Academy, through school competitions and productions, as well as enjoying and absorbing the work of his older siblings. 

Greg continues to develop his own original music in his home studio, play live with music partner David Joseph, as well as collaborate as a member of MoonCaps, a modern indie-soul-rock duo. Keep up to date with the newest projects on the Events page.

The following images are landscaping projects, which include terraced rock-wall beds for shrubs and flowers on a hillside, terraced garden with walkway, natural-stone wall and a water feature installation.