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Matt Greenberg (he/him/his) is a Visiting Assistant Professor at West Virginia University where he teaches classes in the School of Theatre and Dance and the School of Music. He has appeared as a performer alongside Tony, Emmy, and Academy Award winners in film, TV, Shakespeare, musicals, opera and plays. He completed a Directing Fellowship at Hawaii Performing Arts Festival and has booked work as a director at some the countries premiere opera and theatre houses. He holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Ithaca College and an MFA in Acting, Directing and Devising from The Ohio State University, where he has taught undergraduate classes in movement, voice, acting, musical theatre and survey of theatre. He has presented his research about diversity and inclusion, acting, and voice  at MATC, ATHE, SETC, The Hayes Forum, and ASTR. His research involves taking classical music pedagogies and juxtaposing them into the acting classroom and vice versa, to create more authentic and powerful transformations on stage. He is the Past-President and Production Artistic Director of The Cohort Theatre Company, Vice Chair of Voice and Speech at SETC, and an Associate Conference Planner at ATHE. Matt is a proud member of member of Actor’s Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA. SAFD Certified.