GREG DEAN was most recently seen with The Catastrophic Theatre as Christmas/Armistrice Day in A Very Tamarie Christmas. Also with Catastrophic, he appeared as Public Speaker/Janitor/Astronaut in Middletown, Henry/Ed/Tim in Marie and Bruce, Morris the Hesitant in The Pine, Vladimir in Waiting for Godot, "Greg Dean" in Tamarie Cooper’s Doomsday Revue, Hamm in Endgame, A (and scenic design) in Sarah Kane’s Crave, co-directed (and designed set, props and sound for) Richard Foreman’s Paradise Hotel, played Theo VanGogh, et al. in Bluefinger, Richard in Hunter Gatherers (twice!), Jack in The Designated Mourner, and Lewis in Our Late Night, for which he also served as scenic designer. Other work includes Stagger Lee Presents: Davies in The Caretaker; Mildred’s Umbrella: The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Dracula, Things Being at the Worst,Foxfinder and The Flu Season; Infernal Bridegroom Productions: Endgame, Eddie Goes to Poetry City, Quartett, Samuel's Major Problems, Woyzeck,Guys and Dolls, Cherry Orchard and others. He has also worked as an actor, director and designer with Urban Theater, West-Mon Repertory Theater, the Houston Shakespeare Festival, Bobbindoctrin Puppet Theatre and the Alley Theatre.