RECENT PROJECTS

  • TV: AD COUNCIL ADOPTUSKIDS
  • INTERACTIVE: GRAND THEFT AUTO V
  • FILM: THE DAYS GOD SLEPT
  • THEATRE: LOVE/SICK
  • THEATRE: SIGHT UNSEEN

ADOPTUSKIDS: SUNSCREEN, AdCouncil

Greg plays the Dad in this PSA for Ad Council’s “Adoption” campaign. See it here or on TV now:

GRAND THEFT AUTO V, Rockstar Games, Inc.

GTAV

Greg appears as various characters in Rockstar Games’ GRAND THEFT AUTO V.  Other interactive work includes Rockstar/Team Bondi’s L.A. NOIRE.

THE DAYS GOD SLEPT, Lauren Rayner Productions / Codebreaker Productions

Greg appears as Frank in this award winning short film, a cinematic prayer that deals with love and secrets. Directed by Jeremiah Kipp.  View the trailer here: 

LOVE/SICK, Half Moon Theatre Co., Poughkeepsie, NY

Greg appeared in John Cariani’s new play LOVE/SICK at Half Moon Theatre Co. in Poughkeepsie, NY.  Jim Donick of Northern Dutchess News called the show “beautifully cast and magnificently directed.” Matt Andrews of the Poughkeepsie Journal wrote “Greg Skura is always believable in situational absurdities, understanding the power of Cariani’s words and the truth they seek.”

Greg Skura and Jack Corcoran in "Love/Sick"

Greg Skura and Jack Corcoran in “Love/Sick”

 

SIGHT UNSEEN, Tangent Theatre Company, Tivoli, NY

Greg starred in Donald Margulies’ award-winning play SIGHT UNSEEN at Tangent Theatre Company in Tivoli, NY.   “Magical…It’s an actor’s play…Greg Skura, playing Jonathan, has possibly the best hidden depths to his character…” — Jim Donick, Northern Dutchess News.

With Audrey Rapoport and Laurence Lowry.
With Audrey Rapoport and Laurence Lowry.
Tangent Theatre Co., Tivoli, NY.
With Summer Corrie.  Tangent Theatre Co., Tivoli, NY.
With Summer Corrie. Tangent Theatre Co., Tivoli, NY.

 

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“THE PROBLEM WITH SPIRIT ANIMALS” by Stephen Gracia

by Stephen Gracia

by Stephen Gracia

I’ll be reading at Dixon Place, July 3rd, 2014.  7:30 pm.

THE PROBLEM WITH SPIRIT ANIMALS, by Stephen Gracia.  Directed by Michael LoPorto.

along with

A MAD WOMAN’S BREAKFAST, by Jennifer Skura.  Directed by Rebecca Nyahay.

Click this LINK for details.