Off-Broadway Theatre Companies, including Marc Ralph Productions.
Producer: Through his companies, he produced numerous Independent film projects and stage plays throughout New York City at venues such as, "Cami Hall, Lincoln Square Theatre, Black Spectrum Theatre, Gene Frankel Theartre and more.
Director: He's directed plays From Brooklyn College, New York University, Connecticut, and Off Broadway in New York City.
Writer: As a writer, Gregory has written, Plays, films, T.V Pilots, Radio Dramas, and Poetry. Some of his writing includes the stage plays, "No Harm, No Foul", "Bronx House", "A Piece Of My Dream", and "Vagabond Love."
Author: Four (4) books published and a 5th on the way. "Monologues: Dramatic Monologues for Actors", 48 Poems: Reflections
Of A Poet", "Showtime: Comedic Acting Scenes for Two Actors", and "Why I Sued Eddie Murphy"' all books can be
purchased where books are sold and on line.
Actor: Gregory has been acting since he was 6 years old. He's starred in numerous plays, appeared in film and television. He
He performed his one-man show, "An Evening Of Shakespeare" where he performed he monologues from such
"Othello", "Hamlet", "Macbeth", "King Lear" and more.
Teacher: For years Gregory has taught acting and other aspects of the theatre. Through his private acting school, housed in (MTW) Musical Theatre Works in Astor Place in Manhattan, he taught private beginning/advance acting, produced
acting showcases and a play reading series.
Gregory has taught Theatre for The New York City Department of Education where he produces and directs numerous
productions each year. He currently teaches at The Linden Renaissance Middle School 192Q,in St. Albans Queens.
In 2013, Gregory founded New Style Entertainment, Inc., (NSE) where he serves as CEO.
Gregory graduated from Brooklyn College where he earned a MFA in Performing Arts Management and a BA in Theatre. While pursuing his degrees, he form The Hudson Repretory Company which later became Poor Penny Productions, Inc.
Theatre: Gregory (as an intern) had the great fortune of working at the renowned "Joseph Papp Theatre" (formerly the "Public Theatre") where he worked on the Broadway hits "A Chorus Line", "The Mystery of Edwin Drood", several Off-Broadway Productions, and at the famed "New York Shakespeare Festival's Shakespeare in the Park."
His work in the theatre and studies also gave him the chance of a lifetime to study different aspects of the professional theatre at such prestigious institutions, but not limited to, (BAM) Brooklyn Academy of Music, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and ...
Red Carpet Events
"Creativity must never be placed into a vacuum ... it must breathe .... it must expand."
Awards & Special Events
Galo Entertainment 2016
Atlanta Black theatre Festival 2015
Sylvana's Quinceanera July 2017
Mt. Zion Black History Month February 2016
Gregory l. Hudson
Save The Children Award February 2016
"The theatre must always be affordable for everyone."