Matt Greenberg

April 2021

Matt works as a composer, singer, and hambone player for his one-man country music opera, Swimming Upstream. The solo show aims to unpack how we deal with trauma and grief through devised country music. 

No Answers: A Pandemic Art Project is released through video and streaming services. Matt served a a film director, actor and researcher for this collaborative film dealing with de-stigmatizing opiate addiction in Ohio. 

March 2021

Matt serves as a co-presenter at The Southeastern Theatre Convention (SETC) presenting a workshop and discussion entitled, “A Pandemic Art Project: Devising Theatre During Covid-19.” This presentation hopes to elucidate how college and universities can successfully devise during a pandemic based off Ohio State’s innovative devising methods while working with community members facing the Ohio Opioid Epidemic.

February 2021

Matt’s panel “Re:covery and Re:silience: Ending Stigma for Injuries,” has been accepted to the 2021 Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) Conference. He also serves alongside faculty, broadway-veterans, educators, and otolaryngologists on this multi-disciplinary panel on finding solutions for dealing with voice injuries in musical theatre.

Matt stars at Clyde in the comedy Stand Up and Die, by Michael Etra