Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Edward M. Greenberg Biography (1924-)
Born July 22, 1924, in New York, NY; son of Herman M. (in sales) and Bess (alegal secretary; maiden name, Levy) Greenberg; married Sara Dillon (an actress and singer), April 30, 1957; children: Elizabeth, David. Addresses:Office--c/o Municipal Theatre Association, St. Louis, Forest Park, St. Louis,MO 63112; Department of Drama, Theatre, and Dance, Queens College, Flushing,NY 11360.
- Birth Details
- July 22, 1924
- New York, New York, United States
Credits; STAGE WORK
- Director, The King and I, New York State Theatre, New York City, 1964.
- Director, The Merry Widow, New York State Theatre, 1964.
- Director, Carousel, New York State Theater, 1965.
- Director, Kismet, New York State Theater, 1965.
- Assistant stage manager at Music Circus, Hyannis, MA, 1950; director at summer theatres in cities including Milwaukee, WI, and Jacksonville and Miami,FL, 1951-55; Municipal Opera of St. Louis, MO, director, 1957-59, executiveproducer, 1971--; director at Jones Beach Marine Theatre, NY, 1960, Richard Rodgers Music Theatre of Lincoln Center, New York City, 1964-65, and White House Conference on Children--Stage and Television Production, 1970; resident director and associate producer at civic light opera associations in Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA, 1960-70.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- Director, Drood!, U.S. cities, 1988.
Credits; TELEVISION DIRECTOR
- (With Dick McDonough) Roberta, NBC, 1958.
- (With Bob Bum) "Archy and Mehitabel," Play of the Week, syndicated, 1960.
- Author of adaptations of the plays The Merry Widow and The Student Prince.
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