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As Writer:

Seven Days: A Fantasia on the Life of Miles Davis (Interview, January 2009)

http://milesdavisonline.com/culture/the-miles-davis-online-interview-greg-machlin

Brown Alumni Interview (March, 2009)

http://brownclassof2002.blogspot.com/2009/03/quick-questions-greg-machlin-02.html

Bloody Lies (Midtown International Theatre Production, summer 2007)

http://offoffbroadway.broadwayworld.com/article/Bloody_Lies_Kind_of_Anemic_20070717

Bloody Lies Article (published in The Daily Iowan, by Anna Wiegenstein, October 26, 2006)

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Bloody Lies (published in Iowa City Press-Citizen Preview, by Deanna Truman-Cook, October 26, 2006)

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Sushi (Providence production, summer 2005)

DownloadDownload review from The Providence Journal, June 2005


As Director:

I Wouldn’t Mind Seeing That Again,” (part of REWIND), February 2011

http://www.lasplash.com/publish/Entertainment/cat_index_la_events/
SkyPilot_Theatre_presents_REWIND_Late_Night_One-Acts_-_Saturday_Edition.php

http://musicalsinla.blogspot.com/2011/02/skypilot-theatres-rewind-fun-late-night.html

Feedback Loop (Studio Roanoke production, Roanoke, VA, summer 2010)

http://fromtheeditr.blogspot.com/2010/07/feedback-loop-once-more-to-edge-at.html


Note: The Daily Iowan, the college newspaper at the University of Iowa, did a very good job of covering the theatre department while I was getting my MFA there.

Due to a glitch in their archives, several articles about my work are no longer online. However, I saved paper copies of many of the articles, and pdf scans of those will be forthcoming shortly: Thanks for the Memories (Nov 2007), all Iowa City coverage of This Is Your Life (Feb 2008), A History of Bad Ideas (May 2008), 7 Days (January 2009)

. Sadly, the following online-only items are now gone:

• A wonderful audio slideshow prepared for the February 2008 production of This Is Your Life,

• A video for Versailles, the David Schweitzer production and

• A trailer created by Robert Dopf for Eli Wilkinson’s Thanks for the Memories (I directed the world premiere of in October of 2007).

I hope the Daily Iowan fixes whatever issue they’re having with their archives so these items become accessible once more. I’ll keep readers posted on efforts to get this footage.