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Mr. Gregory Bossler


Educational Theatre Association

Managing Editor


I came to EdTA from Arena Stage, where I was part of the communications team that opened the Mead Center. Before that, I was publications director for the Dramatists Guild, where I created "The Dramatist" magazine and coordinated the Jonathan Larson Fellowship for Stephen Sondheim. I've also contributed to the book "In Their Company" and had work cited in "Best American Essays." My produced stage writing includes the musical short "Here We Are" and the full-lengths "The Split-Aparts" and "Raven Brings Light."

My first professional theater experience was as a production intern on the Broadway tryout of "Quilters" at Pittsburgh Public. I made my Off-Broadway acting debut as Pish-Tush in a revival of "The Mikado" and my directing debut with the original musical "Baby Buddha" at the Zipper Theatre. Along the way, I was founding artistic director of Music in a Box and a classroom assistant for Uta Hagen – and if you listen closely, you can hear me belting out the bass lines on the "Bucket List" soundtrack and the live "Wall to Wall Sondheim" concert recording.

In addition to being a musical theater fanatic, I am a coffee fiend, reference book junkie, and electronica enthusiast.


Carnegie Mellon University

Professional writing

The Juilliard School

Vocal performance

HB Studio

Advisor: Uta Hagen

BMI-Lehman Engel Workshop

Advisor: Maury Yeston

Job History

Educational Theatre Association

Managing Editor

Arena Stage

Director of Publications

Music in a Box

Founding Artistic Director


Off-Broadway Editor

Dramatists Guild

Director of Publications, founding editor of "The Dramatist"