Teaching Professor, Dramaturgy

email: gkable@email.unc.edu

phone: CDA #215

Gregory Kable is a Teaching Professor offering a wide range of courses including DRAM 115 [Perspectives in Drama], DRAM 120 [Play Analysis]; DRAM 281, 282, & 283 [Theatre History and Literature I – III]; a First Year Seminar on American Drama for the Honors Program [DRAM 81H], Acting for Non-Majors [DRAM 135]; and specialty seminars on Modern British Drama [DRAM 285]; and American Musicals [DRAM 292]. He has been both a faculty member and Associate Dramaturg for PlayMakers Repertory Company for 21 years. PRC productions include: She Loves Me; Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood; Sense and Sensibility; My Fair Lady; Into the Woods; Assassins; Clybourne Park; Red; Big River; Angels in America; Topdog/Underdog; The Subject Was Roses; Uncle Vanya; Look Homeward, Angel; The School for Wives; and Skylight. For Yale Repertory Theatre: Pentecost (American premiere); and Le Bourgeois Avant-Garde. He has directed 23 productions on campus and in the Triangle community, from as diverse body of artists as Buchner, Ibsen, and Tennessee Williams, to Strindberg and Sondheim. Shows include Love’s Labour’s Lost: A New Musical; Violet, A Musical; Playing for Time; Lulu; Hedwig and the Angry Inch; Sunday in the Park with George; Danton’s Death; Closer; The Lady From the Sea; Balm in Gilead; Jesus Christ Superstar; Therese Raquin; Hair; Curse of the Starving Class; and Camino Real. He holds degrees from Towson State University, The Johns Hopkins University, and The Yale School of Drama.