Greg Carter is the founding Artistic Director of Strawberry Theatre Workshop, where he has directed 9 Circles, Proof, An Enemy of the People, and This Land | Woody Guthrie, among others. He has twice been nominated for a TPS Gregory Award as Outstanding Director for The Laramie Project (2010) and Our Town (2015).
Carter served as Technical Director at Cornish College of the Arts from 1998-2017, where he taught classes in stage management, scenic design, and scenic construction. He was previously 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 more than a dozen productions at Strawshop.
For five years before coming to Seattle, Carter 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.
Greg Carter, Artistic Director
Strawberry Theatre Workshop
PO Box 20245
Seattle WA 98102
The Strawberry Theatre Workshop Board is made up of volunteers in the community that nurture the growth of the company's principal sources of support: audience and donors. The commitment is one meeting each month, and a promise to extend the public face of the organization into each member's community life.
Friends of the company interested in becoming trustees should attend as many of our plays as possible, then contact Strawshop by email, to talk to a Board member or be invited to a future meeting.
Board of Trustees 2017
Frank Lawler, President
Sara Betnel, Vice-President
Brian Fauska, Treasurer
Brennan O'Reilly, Secretary
Galen Joseph Osier
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