Gregory Fletcher is a native of Dallas, Texas, a resident of New York City, a graduate of California State University at Northridge with a BA in Theater Arts, of Boston University with a MA in Playwriting, and of Columbia University with a MFA in Directing.

Currently works freelance as an AEA stage manager, playwright, director, and author. Fletcher has also worked as a theater professor at the university level. Please see Resumes for individual listings of credits.

As an AEA stage manager, Fletcher has worked on 17 Off-Broadway productions, one national tour, six NYC workshops of new musicals, and six regional productions. For a detailed list, please see Stage Management Resume.

As a playwright, Fletcher has been produced with 12 Off-Off Broadway productions; plus, regionally in Boston, Miami, Moscow (Idaho), and Provincetown. A complete list of plays and productions can be found under Playwriting Resume as well as a descriptions and synopses at the National Play Exchange.

As a director, Fletcher has directed nine Off-Off-Broadway productions; plus many staged readings of new plays and musicals. Regionally, Fletcher has directed five productions as well as fifteen university productions. As an assistant-to-the-director, Fletcher worked with Sir Peter Hall (2x) and Adrian Hall (2x). See Directing Resume for a complete list of credits.

As a published author, Fletcher’s credits include four essays, a short story, a craft book, several short plays, and an upcoming short story and YA novel. For a complete list, see Publishing Resume.

Awards include the Mark Twain Prize for Comic Playwriting and the National Ten-Minute Play Award from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, and a first runner up for the David Mark Cohen National Playwriting Award from the Association of Theatre in Higher Education. Fletcher was a playwriting grantee at the Sundance Theatre Lab, a nominee for Outstanding Original Short Script for the New York IT Awards, and a national finalist for the Heideman Award and the Reva Shiner Comedy Award.

In academia, Fletcher has taught various theater courses at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, Niagara University, CUNY-Kingsborough Community College, and at the MA/MFA Maslow Family Creative Writing Program at Wilkes University. See Academia Resume for a complete description of 11 years of full time teaching.


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