Artistic Director in Green Room Productions,
Director in Much Ado About Nothing,
Director in Twelfth Night
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Joanne Greenberg directs plays, leads an improvisation troupe, and teaches drama workshops around Vermont. Recent productions include Marjorie Prime, The Whale, Bad Jews, True West, Proof, and The Understudy (Vermont Actors’ Repertory Theatre), and Raggedy And (Chandler Theater Pride Festival). At Phantom Theater her directing credits include Collected Stories, Constellations (also at The Grange, Artistree, Off Center, and Highland Arts), Gruesome Playground Injuries (also at Lost Nation Theater) Authorial Intent, The Dirty Talk, and Sure Thing. Greenberg has also taught acting classes professionally and at Community College of Vermont. Earlier in her career, Greenberg taught English and advanced acting classes at U-32 High School. In addition, she directed more than 50 major productions at the school, many of which won awards. Highlights from her U-32 directing credits include several Shakespeare plays (Measure for Measure, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Twelfth Night), dramas (1984, The Children’s Hour, Antigone), comedies (Fools, All in the Timing, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead), and musicals (A Chorus Line, West Side Story, Chicago, The Wiz, Singin’ in the Rain, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels).