Greg Carter is the founding Artistic Director of Strawberry Theatre Workshop, where he has directed This Land | Woody Guthrie, Inherit the Wind, Gutenberg! The Musical!, and An Enemy of the People. He was nominated for a 2010 Gregory Award as Outstanding Director for The Laramie Project.
Greg serves as Technical Director at Cornish College of the Arts, where he teaches classes in stage management, scenic design, and scenic construction. He is the former Production Manager at Book-It Repertory Theatre, where he designed scenery for productions on the stages of Seattle Rep, ACT, Intiman, and On the Boards. He has also designed for Portland Center Stage, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Public Theatre, and a dozen productions at Strawshop.
For five years before coming to Seattle, Greg was a resident artist at In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre (HOBT) in Minneapolis. He learned puppet theatre from Sandy Spieler and Jim Ouray, appeared in more than twenty HOBT productions, while also serving as the company Technical Director