Professor of Drama & Music
Gregory Lehane has acted and directed in the United States, Canada, and Europe. He directed a trio of Greek tragedies while a guest teacher at the Moscow Art Theatre School, and taught and directed at the American University in Cairo. He has directed television for all the networks and many cable outlets. He has received two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Direction.
He recently appeared in The Foreigner at St. Vincent’s Summer Theatre and Dream of Autumn for Quantum, which was listed in Pittsburgh Top 10 shows of 2013. Recent directing credits include the operas Riders to the Sea (play and opera), Lisbeth, Therese Raquin, and Night of the Living Dead for Microscopic Opera, Bus Stop for the School of Drama, and Tenderland and L’enfant et les Sortileges for the School of Music. After L’étoile he directs Lives of the Saints, a bill of one acts by David Ives, for the School of Drama.
He holds the rank of Professor with the School of Drama and School of Music, where he has taught and directed for over 20 years.