Theatre Videos

Thalia Follies: Touch Screen Voting sketch

Part of the October 2008 Thalia Follies at New York City's Symphony Space, this sketch stars Jane Curtin as a dysfunctional touch-screen voting machine that turns on innocent voter Gregory, who also wrote the scene, with guidance from Follies producer Martin Sage. Isaiah Sheffer directed.

Thalia Follies: Levi and Bristol song

Gregory as Levi opposite Ivy Austin as an extremely pregnant Bristol singing about their love child to the tune of Paul Anka's "Having My Baby." With spoof lyrics by Ivy, this song was part of the October 2008 Thalia Follies at Symphony Space, back when Levi and Bristol seemed headed to the altar.

Opening Night of Bear Country

A local TV station covered the opening night gala, attended by dozens of Bear Bryant's former football players and coaches, including Mike Washington and Bob Childs.  Gregory considered it a great honor to meet these men, all touched by the magic of the man who inspired Mike Vigilant to write the play . . .

Rock Out, the subway scene

A love story told through interpretive dance and recorded music, Rock Out was written by Gregory and performed by him and a fantastic ensemble at the 2005 New York International Fringe Festival

Classic Highlights: Stand Up

Gregory doing a set at New York Comedy Club circa 1996, before his improv years and subsequent theatre/film/TV career.

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