Gordon Greenberg recently co-wrote and directed the Broadway stage adaptation of Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn for Roundabout and Universal Stage Productions. His acclaimed West End revival of Guys And Dolls was nominated for six Olivier Awards and recently finished an extended run at the Savoy and then the Phoenix Theatre in London (starring Rebel Wilson) and international tour. He directed and adapted the Drama Desk Award winning revival of Working at 59 E 59 and Broadway In Chicago, the New York revival of Jacques Brel… (Drama Desk, Drama League, Outer Critics Award noms), We The People (Lortel) and the stage adaptation of Tangled for Disney. National Tours: Guys and Dolls, Peter Pan. Regional includes Williamstown, Old Globe, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Paper Mill, Goodspeed, Huntington, Signature, NY Stage & Film, Asolo Rep, Capital Rep, MUNY. For television, he co-‐wrote Emerald City Music Hall (Nickelodeon movie musical) & Scramble Band, (Disney Channel movie musical.) Currently co-‐writing and directing Secret of My Success (Universal Stage Productions), directing a stage adaptation of Marty for MGM and Carolyn Copeland, directing a new musical for Huey Lewis, and co-‐writing Port-‐Au-‐Prince for The New Group with Kirsten Childs. He is an Associate Artist at The New Group, where he runs the musical theatre development program, and Artistic Director and founder of Broadway Teaching Group, Broadway’s largest education program in conjunction with Music Theatre International and Playbill. He founded Broadway Classroom for Broadway.com and was the first Curator at Ars Nova and a Creative Director for J. Walter Thompson. As an actor, he has appeared on Broadway, Off-‐Broadway, and on television. He attended Stanford University and NYU and is a member of SDC, WGA and The Dramatists Guild.