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Greg Morrison

Greg Morrison (born 1965) is a [2] He is a recipient of a Canadian Comedy Award and a Sterling Award for Original Composition.

Morrison's affiliation with The Drowsy Chaperone started in 1999 when Don McKellar and Lisa Lambert created a spoof of old musicals for the stag party before the wedding of their theatre friends Bob Martin and Janet Van De Graaff.

Theater credits

Composer and lyricist

  • The Drowsy Chaperone. He shared writing credit with Lisa Lambert and was heavily involved with the show while it was produced in Toronto before transferring to Broadway.[3]
  • Hello ... Hello (Tarragon Theatre)
  • Pochsy Unplugged (Toronto Fringe premiere, Canadian/U.S. tours)
  • Mump and Smoot in Something Else (Canadian Stage, Yale Repertory Theatre)
  • Mump and Smoot in Flux (Canadian Stage)
  • An Awkward Evening With Martin and Johnson (Tim Sims Playhouse)
  • The Age of Dorian (Artword Theatre).
  • Pochsy's Lips
  • Oh, Baby
  • Citizen Pochsy
  • Mahogany Row

Musical director

  • The Second City National Touring Company and the Alumni Caf (Tim Sims Playhouse)
  • The Chimps and The Muckrakers (CBC Radio).

Television songwriting

  • Slings & Arrows (Rhombus Media for Showcase/Sundance)
  • Getting Along Famously (CBC)
  • The Joe Blow Show (Comedy Network)

Awards and nominations

References

  1. ^ "IBDB – Greg Morrison". Retrieved 30 August 2008. 
  2. ^ "American Theater Wing Biography-Greg Morrison". Retrieved 30 August 2008. 
  3. ^ "Broadway World –Greg Morrison Biography". Retrieved 30 August 2008. 
  4. ^ Cream of Comedy Award '98
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