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Drama, Theatre & Dance

Jeff Greenberg is a lighting designer for theatre, dance and opera.   Recent credits include The Gin Game, Outside Mullingar, and The Ultimate Christmas Show (Abridged) at Cape May Stage; Much Ado About Nothing, Richard III, Cyrano deBergerac, and The Marvelous Wonderettes at Texas Shakespeare Festival; Hairspray, and Million Dollar Quartet at The Surflight Theatre; and a tour of Savion Glover's Holiday Spectacular. Other credits include Grease at the Eldorado Hotel/Casino in Reno, NV; the National tour of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story; Man of LaMancha  starring John Davidson, Titanic the Musical and Nunset Boulevard at the Ocean Professional Theatre Company; the world premier of Starry Messenger, and Questions About Angels at Theater for the New City; The Sea Gull at Montclair State University; On Your Toes, The Drowsy Chaperone, Ragtime, Lady Be Good, The Producers, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Stand By Your Man, It’s Only a Play, Dial M for Murder, and The Last Night of Ballyhoo at the Surflight TheatreThe Odd Couple, Clue the Musical, and Oklahoma at the Allenberry Playhouse; and the world premier musical A Girl Called Dusty at the Provincetown Repertory Theatre.  He also designed the 100th Anniversary national tour of Titanic the Musical for Boebe Productions and Windwood Theatricals which toured the U.S. and Canada during the fall of 2012. Other theatres where he has designed include Blue Heron Performing Arts Center, Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey; New Jersey Repertory Company; 12 Miles West, the Penobscot Theatre Company, and Lake George Opera. From 2004-2007 Jeff was the lighting designer and production manager for the international tour of In the Mood, a 1940’s musical review, and prior to that he was the Lighting Supervisor with the American Indian Dance Theatre.  In 2005, Jeff was nominated for a Vivian Robinson/Audelco award for outstanding lighting design for his production of Robeson in New York.  His lighting for The Brothers Karamazov received the Newark Star Ledger’s Best Lighting award for the 2002-2003 New Jersey theatre season. He has an M.F.A. in Lighting Design from Brandeis University, and a BFA in Technical Theatre from Ithaca College.  To see his portfolio, visit, or scan the QR code above with your mobile device.


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