Gregory G. Allen is a member of the Dramatist Guild and has been in the entertainment business for twenty five years as an actor, writer, composer, artistic director, and producer. He was a composer in the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop, has had over ten shows that he has served as book writer and/or composer/lyricists produced on stage, received numerous grants and awards for writing, has had short stories and articles published in a dozen different anthologies and websites, and is an award-winning author of three novels and a children's picture book on autism awareness.
4th Wall Theatre closes season with the hilarious and non-reverent Avenue Q for a two weekend run. March 10, 2014
Westchester has a gem of a theater sitting on the 3rd floor of a historic building in Irvington, New York that was built in 1902 and designed after the Ford Theater in Washington, DC.BWW Interviews: SOPAC Benefit with Mandy Patinkin June 8, 2013
Several Broadway actors have expanded their talents by creating their own production companies. Sebastian La Cause is one of those with an award-winning web series under his belt.BWW Reviews: THE 39 STEPS at Skyline Theater May 10, 2013
New York Casting Director Bob Cline is back in New Jersey as he often is directing a show for a theater company. This time, it is at M.O.C. Musicals doing the amazing show 'In The Heights'. We caught up with Bob during tech week to talk about the show.BWW Interviews: Broadway Actress Ann Van Cleave April 15, 2013
Northern NJ is full of so much talent and many Broadway performers cross the river to make New Jersey their home. It is great to speak to performers about that first big break and their career to hear all the different stories of how people 'get to NYC'. Broadway World spoke to one of those performers, Ann Van Cleave, as she and her husband prepared for an upcoming concert in NYC.BWW Interviews: Jonathan Brielle of HIMSELF AND NORA at American Theater Group April 11, 2013
The American Theater Group in Rahway, New Jersey presents the East Coast Premiere of Jonathan Brielle's HIMSELF AND NORA, a musical which tells the romance of James Joyce and Nora Barnacle. Broadway World caught up with the show's author/composer/lyricist to talk about the piece.BWW Interviews: Cheryl Allison About Stage, TV & New Film April 11, 2013