I am pleased to announce that I have started my own theatre company! The Apothetate, is dedicated to the production of full length plays dealing with the "Disabled Experience. All information can be found on the company website www.theapothetae.org In addition to the website, the company also has a Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/TheApothetae Please follow us and take a moment to, "LIKE" us. This is a very exciting new venture for me, and I very much look forward to sharing it with you- Gregg
A reading of Emily Chaddick Weiss' "Good Dancer" at The Ensemble Studio Theatre Wednesday June 13, 2012. Directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel With Kristen Griffith, Mike Hodge, Geany Masai, Gregg Mozgala, Scott Sowers and Ali StrokerPart of "Bloodwork," Youngblood's annual new full-length reading series.
The story of a wealthy, white disabled guy, his black girlfriend and the meeting of their parents...
"Good Dancer" will be developed and workshopped at The Kennedy Center's Page To Stage Festival later this Summer...and I'll be there!
The TIMES ran a feature article on 8/3 about the best Shakespeare performances in the last decade. The following quote from a reader appeared on page five of the ARTS section along with a list of readers' favorites.
"Gregg Mozgala and the Theater Breaking Through Barriers performance of "Romeo & Juliet" in 2008. Mozgala makes you forget he has Cerebral Palsey with his hyper-athletic portrayal of Romeo and many other characters in this four-actor piece, that also featured a blind actor. I've seen a lot of Shakespeare, but none were as delightful and memorable as this one. I wish they would do it again."
It's an honor to be included in such good company. A link to the full article is below.
‘Some of Our Parts’ (opens on Wednesday) Theater Breaking Through Barriers commissioned these seven new 10-minute shorts, all dealing with disabilities, from an intriguing group of established and emerging playwrights: Neil LaBute, Kate Moira Ryan, Samuel D. Hunter, Diana Son, Bekah Brunstetter, Jeff Tabnick and Emily Chadick Weiss. Quick quiz: Guess which provocateur came up with “Cripples,” in which three guys on a park bench debate the benefits of sex with disabled women? Clurman Theater at Theater Row, 410 West 42nd Street, Clinton , (212) 239-6200, telecharge.com. (Rooney)
For more info and tickets also visit www.tbtb.org
In celebration of the centenary of the birth of Gian Carlo Menotti—Pulitzer Prize–winning composer and Festival founder—Spoleto takes a fresh look at one of Menotti’s most popular and compelling operas. Set amid the devastation of post-war Europe, the haunting ghost story is about a fraudulent medium who ultimately becomes the victim of the voices she conjures. An instant sensation on Broadway where it ran for over 100 performances, the opera’s balance of delicate orchestration, lyric writing, and intense theatricality define the Menotti style. Directed and designed by John Pascoe (of last year’s runaway hit, Flora, an Opera), with Artistic Director for Choral Activities and longtime Menotti associate Joseph Flummerfelt conducting.
Conductor: Joseph Flummerfelt
Assistant Conductor: Sergei Pavlov
Director: John Pascoe
Assistant Director: Chía Patiño
Set, Costume and Lighting Designer: John Pascoe
Madame Flora: Barbara Dever
Monica: Jennifer Aylmer
Mr. Gobineau: Stephen Bryant
Mrs. Gobineau: Caitlin Lynch
Mrs. Nolan: Jennifer Feinstein
Toby: Gregg Mozgala
For More details visit the link below
FAUN is going on the road again! Back to Northern Virginia this time and the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas, VA. Ah, Manassas...The site of many a soccer game when I was a kid, Civil War battlefields & George Mason University- where I won three blue ribbons in the Physically Handicapped Games and met two-time Super Bowl champ Dexter "Secretary of Defense" Manley. Baaah memories...
See the link below for details http://www.hyltoncenter.org/calendar/146/weeblylink_new_window
March 21st @ 11AM
SEX ON WHEELS - A Reading
by Gregg Mozgala
With Sara Buffamanti, Steven Dunayer, Kristen Harlow, Gregg Mozgala, and Marty Kaiser
"Popularity is reserved for those who take it."
"Popularity is reserved for those who fake it."
*This is an informal, in-house read to hear my latest draft. More to come...
March 12 @ 8PM and March 13 @ 3PM
THE ROAD TO MESSINA - A Reading
by Kate Moira Ryan
Directed by Ike Schambelan
With Mary Theresa Archbold, Ann Morelli, Gregg Mozgala, Felice Neals and Nicholas Viselli
The lives of two families are forever changed by the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
ARTNY, 3rd Floor The Bruce Mitchell Room / 520 8th Avenue b/t 36th & 37th Streets