Gregory Gale's most recent opera work includes the world premieres of El Milagro Del Recuerdo and The Prince of Players for HGO and An American Soldier and La Rondine for Opera Theatre of St. Louis. Gale is a recipient of the Irene Sharaff Young Master Award and has been nominated for two Tony Awards, for Cyrano de Bergerac and Rock of Ages. His other Broadway production credits include Arcadia, The Wedding Singer (Drama Desk Nomination), Urinetown (Lucille Lortel Nomination), and Band in Berlin. He won the Lucille Lortel Award for his production of The Voysey Inheritance (Atlantic Theater Company) and was nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for The Third Story (Primary Stages). Gale’s television credits include Cyrano De Bergerac with Kevin Kline and Jennifer Garner (PBS and Amazon Prime); Will Work for Food, Chocolate Dress Maker episode (Food Network); NBC New Year’s Eve 2019 (NBC); and the 2009 FIFA World Conference Opening Ceremony (multiple networks). Upcoming releases include The Mental State and Real Drag. Gale is the co-artistic director of a reimagined Nutcracker that melds digital art with live performance, to be presented in November 2022 in New York, and Fairycakes, written and directed by Douglas Carter Beane.