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 

January 2021

Matt serves as an instructor for Theatre:4821, Singing Actor, at The Ohio State University department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts.

December 2020

Matt serves as collaborator on Missing Them devised by What Will The Neighbors Say Theatre Company and written by denizens of New York who have lost family and friends from Covid-19. This collaboration included international-based and broadway actors, as well as THE CITY, Brooklyn Public Library, Local Voices Network, Re-Imagine, and Interfaith Center of New York. More info found here and here.

Fall 2020

Matt Serves a curator of “Still Going Song” with the OSU Lab Series, a virtual festival or works with original music.

Matt serves as director and collaborator of a film project that addresses with Opioid Epidemic in Ohio through community outreach and engagement.

Matt serves as instructor of record within the OSU department of theatre teaching acting, voice, movement and intro to theatre, where he brings in guest lecturer connections from broadway, film and tv. 

Matt serves as Associate Conference Planner for the VASTA (Voice and Speech Trainers Association) focus group at ATHE’s (Association for Theatre in Higher Ed.) 2021 conference in Austin, Texas. More info here.

September 2020

Tappyness,” a multidisciplinary creative work which deals with mental health through dance and theatre, choreographed and directed by Matt Greenberg, is premiering at The Hybrid Arts Lab in Columbus in partnership with Ohio State, Urban Arts Space and Ohio Arts Council. More Info found here.

Matt books national brand commercial filming in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

August 2020

Matt stars as Isadore and The Kugel in Clare Bierman’s “The Very Furious Kugel” during the ALMOST THEATRE FESTIVAL presented by Obvious Child Productions.

Matt is awarded The Excellence Award for Creative Activity for 2020 in The Department of Theatre at Ohio State.

Summer 2020

Matt Greenberg has taken on the role of President and Artistic Director for the Cohort Theatre Company, a devising company based both virtually and in Columbus, OH. 

Find us on Facebook or Instagram @cohorttheatrecompany

Our pilot virtual program “CTC Workshop week” hosted a week of virtual workshops in actor training wherein workshops addressed inequity in the field, BLM, and how we can uplift our community partner: BQIC: The Black Queer and Intersectional Collective, through donations and community action. 

More info:
Workshop Week
Black Queer and Intersectional Collective
Publicity