Gregory Geffrard is a Haitian American who was born and was raised in Miami. After earning his M.F.A from the University of Iowa and relocating to Chicago, Greg feels blessed that in his four years of living in Chicago he has had the opportunity to work consistently in the multifaceted Chicago theatre scene. Chicago credits include BCC Romeo & Juliet (Along The Way Productions); Carroll Gardens (16th Street Theatre); Our Lady Of 121st Street (Eclipse Theatre); Carlyle (Goodman Theatre); Treasure Island (Lookingglass Theatre); Coming Home (Erasing The Distance); Stick Fly (Windy City Playhouse); A Plank In Reason (Prologue Theatre); HAIR (American Theatre Company); one week in spring (Halcyon Theatre); And The Snow Came Down (Step Up Productions); Bud, Not Buddy (Chicago Children’s Theatre); Superior Donuts (Royal George Theatre); and Seascape (Remy Bumppo Theatre).
Gregory is a Teaching Artist with Steppenwolf’s Young Adult Program and is humbled to also be a Sexual Assault Prevention Educator with Catharsis Productions, teaching classes to sailors at Great Lakes Naval Base. Gregory will always find time for his first love and the primary reason he began performing in the first place: spoken word poetry. The stage has served as the best platform to help Gregory decipher and explore his fascination with the intricacies that make us all so unique but is excited to delve more into the cinematic world of television and film.