Director Beth Greenberg is renowned for her work with the New York City Opera. For the Lincoln Center company she’s directed original mainstage productions of Tales of Hoffmann and Turandot, as well as revivals including Der Rosenkavalier, Tosca, La Traviata, Intermezzo and La Boheme. Across the river, aboard an oil tanker moored in Red Hook, Brooklyn, she recently directed the site-specific Il Tabarro.
Beth Greenberg has earned a solid reputation for her collaborations with contemporary composers. She works on all phases of a new show’s development, from early libretto and workshop readings to fully-staged productions. New productions include the professional World Premiere of Lori Laitman’s The Scarlet Letter for Denver’s Opera Colorado; Harriet Tubman by Nkeiru Okoye for America Opera Projects; Hugo Kauder’s Merlin, a fantastical opera, and, Rigoletto for the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice.
She earned a Fulbright to Germany where she apprenticed with Gotz Friedrich at Berlin’s Deutsche Oper. As an educator, she’s been a Mentor Director for the SDC (Stage Directors and Choreographers) Foundation, and has taught Master Classes at Mannes and Malibu’s SongFest. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Music and Brooklyn College.