Greg Younger

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Greg Younger is a theater artist and educator. As a writer, his plays have been produced in Seattle, NYC and Phoenix, AZ. Publications include a short play, Sharp Intellect, in the literary journal Backbone Mountain Review, and Snowfield in the fall holiday issue of Allegany Magazine. Recently, his play, ENTR'ACTE, was read in Summer Shorts, readings of short plays at Camelot Theater in Talent, Oregon. Directing credits include MAN AND SUPERMAN by George Bernard Shaw, THE ROOM by Harold Pinter, and two of his own plays, MIRAGE and BLUT. BLUT was produced at Toto Con Nada on the lower east side of Manhattan. JUST CAUSE is his latest effort. As an actor he toured A Christmas Carol as Scrooge with Greg Brady (Barry Williams) and the late Jeff Conaway in the 2004 NE tour, which played the Beacon Theater on Broadway in New York City. Off-Broadway credits include a talking baby in Aunt Blossom, Zane in Blut, and Franz in Katzelmacher, presented at HERE theater in SoHo. Favorite roles regionally include George Hay in Ken Ludwig’s Moon Over Buffalo, Norman in Alan Ayckbourn’s Table Manners and Round and Round the Garden, Sid in The Pajama Game, Jane/Lord Edgar/Irma/Intruder in The Mystery of Irma Vep, Pharaoh in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Danny Zuko in Grease!, and Tony in West Side Story. Film and television credits include Plainclothes, with Robert Stack and Arliss Howard, standing in for Christopher Walken in Madonna's Bad Girl music video directed by David Fincher, and Who Killed Rock Cobin?, a mystery serial, playing the talk show host Rock Cobin. Mr. Younger also teaches theater and writing workshops, and has done a fair share of teaching in public school systems from Phoenix to Cohoes. He holds a BA in theater from University of Montana and is a member of Actors Equity Association.

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