Simon Greiff trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating with a special commendation, and, for over 13 years, worked in award-winning...Read More
Simon Greiff trained as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating with a special commendation, and, for over 13 years, worked in award-winning theatre, BAFTAwinning television and film, and created leading roles in the West End and across the UK.
Since focusing on his career as a director, predominantly developing new work, his credits include: premieres of Picture Perfect (St James Studio), which he also conceived; Payback (Riverside Studios); Stand Tall - a Rock Musical (45th Street Theatre, New York, and Landor Theatre, London); A Song Cycle for Soho (Soho Theatre), which he also co-created; The Pork Crunch (Pleasance Theatre); the off-Broadway musical Striking 12 (Waterloo East Theatre) and, more recently, the showcases of Stiles and Drewe’s Anything Can Happen!, which he also conceived, and Van Winkle (both St James Theatre); Before After (St James Studio); plus Dancing Shadows, and Beowulf in Soho for the From Page to Stage season (Landor Theatre). Recent drama-school directing includes: Veolia Songs (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama); Merrily We Roll Along (London College of Music); Into the Woods and Godspell (both Trinity Laban); Spring Awakening (MasterAct); Just the Ticket and Bad Girls (both MTA); plus numerous masterclasses and workshops including Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Arts Educational Schools London and Guildford School of Acting. He was the resident director on the award-winning number-one tour of We Will Rock You and the 40th anniversary production of The Rocky Horror Show; and development director on Wildwood (for ATG), The Five Labours of Harvey Fish, Stand Tall, Payback, plus Sex and the Village and Flipped Out (for Perfect Pitch Musicals) and Home: the Scott Alan Song Cycle, which he conceived. Simon is also an associate member of Mercury Musical Developments, having directed their star-studded 20th anniversary gala (Novello Theatre) and produced and directed the S&S Award gala 2014 (St James Theatre).
Simon has his own company, SimG Productions, a champion of new theatre writing, presenting West End concerts, cabarets, plays and industry workshops; and he also runs the independent label SimG Records, who have released 23 albums, including West End solo artists and original cast recordings.Read Less
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