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Mitch Greenberg Biography

 
Bio:
A Brooklyn boy, Mitch studied acting with Sanford Meisner, Uta Hagen and William Esper. His Broadway debut was "Groucho" in Hollywood / Ukraine. Other Broadway credits include Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Ain't Broadway Grand, Threepenny Opera, Into The Light , Marilyn, An American Fable, Yiddle ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
A Brooklyn boy, Mitch studied acting with Sanford Meisner, Uta Hagen and William Esper. His Broadway debut was "Groucho" in Hollywood / Ukraine. Other Broadway credits include Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Ain't Broadway Grand, Threepenny Opera, Into The Light , Marilyn, An American Fable, Yiddle ... (read complete bio)

A Brooklyn boy, Mitch studied acting with Sanford Meisner, Uta Hagen and William Esper. His Broadway debut was "Groucho" in Hollywood / Ukraine. Other Broadway credits include Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Ain't Broadway Grand, Threepenny Opera, Into The Light , Marilyn, An American Fable, Yiddle With A Fiddle (Carbonell Award on tour), Whodunnit and Can-Can. Some recent engagements: Wiesenthal in Wiesenthal (standby), Freud in Freud's Last Session, Rabbi Roseman in Cutman (Goodspeed), Otto Frank in Diary of Anne Frank (Westport), DeMille in Sunset Blvd. (Ogunquit), Jack in Brighton Beach / Broadway Bound (Geva). Mr. Greenberg’s Off-Broadway credits have included Donogoo (Mint Theater), The Right Kind Of People (Charles Grodin), Sherlock Holmes, Old Wicked Songs, Scrambled Feet, The Baker’s Wife and Crazy Mary (Sigourney Weaver). Highlights from elsewhere: Yentl (Cleveland), Snapshots (Stephen Schwartz), Beau Jest, We Three (Alred Molina), The Chosen, My Fair Lady, Talley's Folly, Two For The Seesaw, You Never Know, A Funny Thing..., The Cocoanuts (Hayes Award nominee), The Good Doctor and Run For Your Wife!. Mitch acted and sang a leading role in A Novel Romance (at Folksbiene), all in Yiddish, which he does not speak. Film, TV, etc., naturally (check your Law & Order reruns). He's a songwriter, cruciverbalist and certifiable genius (NY Times).