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Paul G. Gleason

Currently Artistic Producer/Director of the Paul G. Gleason Theater in Hollywood, California, Paul G. Gleason has an extraordinary record of achievement in film, television, and theatre. He was fortunate enough to be involved in the golden age of Broadway and television and work alongside Judy Garland, Shirley Temple, Danny Kaye, Jack Benny, Yul Brynner, Jerry Lewis, Carol Burnett, Jackie Gleason, and Ed Sullivan. He also coached and directed Richard Chamberlain, Mary Tyler Moore, John Raitt, Constance Towers, Ed Asner, and Academy Award Winners George Chakiris and Shirley Jones. He also worked with Angelica Huston in her father’s (John Houston) last film, the James Joyce novel, The Dead.

Paul G. Gleason was on the selection committee for the United States' top artistic grant-giving agency, the National Endowment for the Arts, giving grants to some of the most recognized artists in the world. He was selected by the California Arts Council as artist-in-residence for the state of California.

He has run master’s classes in theatre, opera, musical theatre, and dance at UCLA, USC, International Artists Center: Tokyo, Japan, and London, England. Paul narrated Peter and the Wolf with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. He directed the first concert of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s music at the Hollywood Bowl.

Paul G. Gleason is currently mentoring artists and is engaged in new and original works for film, television, and theatre. He has recently formed a partnership with the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. He is excited about the future.

Titles By: Paul G. Gleason

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