Richard Greenberg

Richard Greenberg is an American playwright and television writer, known for his subversively humorous depictions of middle-class American life. He has had more than 25 plays premiere on and Off-Broadway and eight regional productions.

Best known for his Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning play, Take Me Out (Walter Kerr Theatre), Greenberg’s other Broadway works include Our Mother’s Brief Affair, The Assembled Parties, and The American Plan (Samuel J. Friedman Theatre), Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Cort Theatre), Pal Joey (Studio 54), Three Days of Rain (Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre), A Naked Girl on the Appian Way (American Airlines Theatre), The Violet Hour (Biltmore Theatre), Dance of Death (Broadhurst Theatre), and Eastern Standard (John Golden Theatre).

Off-Broadway works include The Babylon Line, The House in Town, and Everett Beekin (Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre), Far From Heaven and The Maderati (Playwrights Horizons), and The Dazzle and Hurrah at Last (Gramercy Theatre).