Greg Leaming is the director of the Florida State University/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training and is associate artistic director of Asolo Repertory Theatre. For Asolo Rep, he directed his own translation/adaptation of Maurice Hennequin and Pierre Veber’s Anything to Declare? as well as Ah, Wilderness!, Good People, Boeing-Boeing, God of Carnage, Other Desert Cities, Hearts, The Imaginary Invalid, The Play’s the Thing and the world premiere of Jason Wells’ Men of Tortuga. He directed his own translation/adaptation of Feydeau’s A Flea in Her Ear at Classical Theatre Company of Dallas, where it won the Dallas Theatre Critics Association Award for best direction and the Leon Rabin Award nomination for best new play. For Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Conn., he directed Arms and the Man and the world premieres of Going Native by Steven Drukman, Abstract Expression by Theresa Rebeck, The Third Army by Joe Sutton, Syncopation by Alan Knee and An Infinite Ache by David Schulner. As artistic director of Portland Stage Company (1992-1996), he directed, among many other plays, the world premieres of Losing Father’s Body, Church of the Sole Survivor and Jeffrey Hatcher’s The Turn of the Screw. Others credits include George Street Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Florida Stage Company, Stamford Center for the Arts, Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Shakespeare Sedona, Stage West Theatre and Philadelphia Drama Guild. Leaming has devoted much time developing new plays with organizations including New Dramatists, New York Theatre Workshop, New York Stage and Film, Cape Cod Theatre Project, The Gathering at Bigfork and Theatre of the First Amendment.