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Greggory Brandt, B.F.A., M.S., Broadway Veteran

Assistant Professor of Theater, Director of Theater

About Greggory Brandt

Mr. Greggory Brandt has been a professional actor (Broadway: "Les Misérables" and "A Tale of Two Cities") and director for over 30 years and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association along with the Stage Directors and Choreography Society. Mr. Brandt also served as the Production Supervisor for Barnabus Theatre Productions' new musical production "Amazing Grace: The True Story" (Broadway debut 2015), where he directed the New York debut workshop and regional concert performances. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Theater at Saint Vincent College, where he has directed over 15 productions (plays and musicals) with his amazingly talented students. Mr. Brandt is also the Producing Artistic Director of Saint Vincent Summer Theatre, for which he has directed more than 25 productions including "Always…Patsy Cline," Disney’s "Beauty and the Beast," "Forever Plaid," "Leading Ladies," "Route 66," "Into the Woods," "The Marvelous Wonderettes," "See How They Run," "The Odd Couple," "Lend Me a Tenor," "My Way," and "Nunsense." Mr. Brandt is the advisor for both The Company and The Gilbert & Sullivan Clubs on campus.


B.F.A., Musical Theater/Voice, Carnegie Mellon University

M.S., Public Policy/Arts Management, Heinz School, Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh Opera Center at Duquesne


Acting I

Acting II

Musical Theater History

Theater Production (Fall Play and Spring Musical)

Private Voice Lessons

Learning Seminar

Research Interests

Producing Artistic Director, Saint Vincent Summer Theatre

Masterclasses in Voice and Musical Theater Performance

Professional Summary

Masterclasses in Performance and Directing. Performed in the Broadway and National Touring production of "Les Misérables" as well as in the original cast of the Broadway musical, "A Tale of Two Cities". Directed the original reading and concert workshops of the Broadway musical, "Amazing Grace". Gregg still performs with symphonies across the country and is currently the baritone soloist at the First Presbyterian Church in Greensburg.