Gregory’s latest play THE UPSTANDING MEMBER earned a nomination for Most Promising New Playwright at the OffWestEnd Awards. It was staged at the Old Red Lion Theatre directed by Hamish MacDougall from December 2013, earning rave reviews.
The farce was an expansion of a piece written for Old Vic New Voices: The 24 Hour Plays, and was also shortlisted for the OffWestEnd Adopt a Playwright Award.
“Gregory Skulnick has done that rarest of things – produced a funny new farce. The Upstanding Member is sharply written, deftly performed and genuinely droll; what a treat.” The Stage
“Gregory Skulnick has crafted an impressive and elaborate piece; and he can sit comfortably amongst the other highly accomplished writers of farce.” – The Good Review
His first farce DELPHINE won him a place as the NSDF Ensemble’s writer. He subsequently assisted Chris Thorpe on ROBIN HOOD, which played at Latitude Festival directed by Blanche McIntyre.
Gregory was a member of the Royal Court Young Writers Programme and National Youth Theatre’s Write to Shine. He contributed the play LONELY HEARTS CLUB to Laugh Your Farce Off at Pleasance Islington. SHUFFLING OFF was staged by Old Vic New Voices as part of Time Warner Ignite, later adapted for the Old Red Lion Theatre.
Gregory’s first short film LOST SHEEP was directed by Jake Juba and starred Sean Gallagher. It was produced by Screen Academy Scotland and the Edinburgh College of Art and is currently in post-production.
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