While earning his MFA in the early ’90s at Indiana University, Greg wrote, directed, and produced several of his early scripts in an old bus garage with the Bloomington Playwrights Project. The rest of that decade and into the next, he was frequently on the road from Chicago to New York and Los Angeles and cities of all sizes across the country, sleeping on floors while putting up low-fi productions of his work, including U.S. BLUES, HOME FRONT, THE LIFE AND TIMES OF TULSA LOVECHILD: A ROAD TRIP, and his critically acclaimed Chicago Fringe Festival production of THE QUEEN OF BAKERSFIELD & OTHER TALES OF DUST AND MOONLIGHT. The culmination of this road warrior phase came in 2001 when THE LIFE & TIMES OF TULSA LOVECHILD was named the Best Off-Loop Play of the Year by the Chicago Tribune. After moving to Montana at the turn of the decade, Greg wrote and directed for the similarly peripatetic artists of the Vigilante Theatre Company who, with four actors and a van, toured his work for hundreds of performances throughout culturally under-served areas of the Rocky Mountain West. Greg lives in Bozeman, Montana with his family.