Gregory J. Horton

Clyde’s: Costume Designer

PlayMakers: Debut.

University: Simply Simone, Clyde’s, Respect, Trav’lin, Gee’s Bend, Sweet Charity, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, The Visit, A Woman from the Town, Something’s Afoot, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Company of Wayward Saints, The Crucible, The Heiress, The Glass Menagerie, Dreamgirls, Foreigner, The Wiz, The Colored Museum, Crowns, Fences, Tartuffe’, Waiting to be Invited and My Fair Lady, Macbeth, Seven Guitars, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Gem of the Ocean, Joe Turners Come and Gone, Radio Golf. Mr. Horton has directed such plays as, The Soul Of Christmas (Dec. 2019 and 2021), Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill (Oct. 2020), Crowns, Pretty Fire, Dreamgirls, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Nunsense, Ain’t Misbehaving, Tambourines To Glory, Jesus Christ Super Star, Black Nativity, and Godspell. In 2019 Horton Conceived and Directed a new holiday musical entitled, The Soul of Christmas.

Education/Other: BS in Home Economics, Minor in Theatre North Carolina Central University MFA in Theatre concentration, Costume Design, Michigan State University. Currently, Gregory is an Associate Professor and Interim Director of Theatre of the Paul Robeson Theater, whose areas of concentration are Costume Design and Directing. Gregory is on the faculty at North Carolina A&T State University in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts/Theatre. Before his position at NCAT, he was tenured and taught at Saint Louis University for seven years.

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