Richard Greenblatt

Richard Greenblatt studied piano at the McGill Conservatory of Music and received his acting training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, England.

He has directed well over 100 productions for theatres across the country. Classical works he has directed include plays by Shakespeare, Chekov, Shaw, Brecht and Shepherd, among many others.

As a writer, he wrote or co-wrote 2 Pianos 4 Hands, Sibs, The Theory Of Relatives, i.d., Letters From Lehrer, Care and Soft Pedalling.

He has been Resident Director at Young People's Theatre, Deputy Artistic Director at Canadian Stage and Artistic Director of The Hour Company. He has received numerous nominations for his work, and has won six Dora Awards and two Chalmers Awards.

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