David Gregory

David Gregory
Address: 
CSPAC 1801

Education/Training:

M.F.A. in Theatre Arts, Towson University 2010; M.A. in Arts Administration, Goucher College 2007; B.S. in Corporate Communications, University of Baltimore 2003.


Areas of Interest/Specialization:

Spanish Theatre/Performance with a specific focus on musical theatre; Cross-Cultural Pollination and Nationalism through Performance; Directing and Performance; Arts Administration (Concentration Marketing); Flamenco Dance and Training.


Related Affiliations:

Theatre Communications Group (TCG), Baltimore Theatre Alliance (BTA), Founder/Artistic Director of Teatro101; Design Industry Affiliations.


Representative Productions:

Directing: Lippa’s The Wild Party, Dreamgirls, Side Show, For Whom The Southern Belle Tolls, 7:32 The Musical (World Premiere Towson University), A New Brain, Dreamgirls, Songs For A NewWorld. Choreography: Bernarda Alba, Bare, Falsettos, A New Brain. Highlight Performances: Tanya-Tanya, Angels in America, When Queens Collide/Conquest of the Universe, Aida, Sweeney Todd, Romance/Romance, West Side Story, Falsettos, Arcadia, Mother Courage, Buddy Holly, 25th Annual Spelling Bee, Jesus Christ Superstar, Rent.


Representative Teaching/Research:

Adjunct Towson University, History and Dramaturgy – specialized course in Spanish Theatre. “Arts in the Blogiverse.” Goucher MA Arts Administration Major Thesis, 2007. Interview with John Freedman, translator of The Polar Truth and Moscow Times Theatre Critic. The Mercurian, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2010. First English translation (writer and co-director) and U.S. premier of Los Engranajes by Raul Hernandez Garrido.


Recognition/Awards:

KCTF Region II Finalist for 7:32 The Musical. Teatro101’s productions of The Wild Party, Side Show, and Violet recognized by DCTheatre Scene as Top 10 for Best Musical.