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Paul D. Greene

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Employment History

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NRTW Inc


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History | North Regional Theatre Workshop

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Our resident artistic director, Paul D. Greene, founded NRTW in 1978.


History | North Regional Theatre Workshop

nrtwinc.com [cached]

Our resident artistic director, Paul D. Greene, founded NRTW in 1978.


About NRTW

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Our resident artistic director, Paul D. Greene, founded NRTW in 1978.
Formerly known as the North Reading Theatre Workshop, we have grown to draw members and audiences from all over the northern Boston region. Show History Once upon a time in a place called Fellowship Hall at the Union Congregational Church in North Reading, MA, there performed a group known as The Friendship Company, led by a talented "Minstrel" called Paul D. Greene. Looking for a larger space, the group moved to the J. T. Berry Center on Route 62. Upon seeing that great things could come from more elaborate musical productions, Paul founded NRTW (at that time meaning North Reading Theatre Workshop) bringing into the group several members of The Friendship Company and the church choir he directed. And the group prospered, gaining critical acclaim for its numerous productions throughout the years. We also thank Paul D. Greene for being a constant strength within the group. Since founding the group over 30 years ago, Paul has been NRTW's resident director and creative talent in all aspects of each production.


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Director, Paul Greene


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The shop's owners, Denis Webster and Paul Greene, attribute much of the success to community support and more than just a little hard work. Webster and Greene have been in the antiques business for nearly three decades.Greene has been a resident director for a community theatre company for 25 years.His expertise in set design and the creative forces needed to produce the magic of musical theatre is evident in the many facets of his interior design service.Webster and Greene have set up at shows up and down the east coast, including the Pier Shows, Farmington Ct. and local venues.Paul and Denis are confident that the Gallery will fortify Dealer sales by offering freshly consigned merchandise every month.


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