Choosing Laughter For a Change with Guest Ed Greenberg, Executive Director of Laughter for a Change, Improvisational Theater Director, Voice Over Actor, and Acting Teacher; and Musical Guest Amanda Boudreau, Mezzo-Soprano Singer/Vocalist and Instructor on The LIFE CHANGES Show
GUEST: ED GREENBERG and MUSICAL GUEST: AMANDA BOUDREAU
ED GREENBERG is Executive Director of the non-profit Laughter for a Change (L4C) (www.laughterforachange.org). L4C brings the healing power of improvisational theater games and comedy to diverse communities in L.A. and around the world such as post-genocide Rwandan youth, former L.A. gang members, and U.S. combat veterans suffering from post traumatic stress.
As a director of improvisational theater, Ed won the prestigious Joseph Jefferson Award for directing “The Second City” in Chicago. He began his acting career in San Francisco’s famed improvisational comedy troupe “The Committee.” Ed has acted in movies, T.V., and has enjoyed a long career in voice over acting.
He has taught acting and voice acting at UCLA, USC, and Pasadena Community College. In addition, Ed runs improv and creativity training intensives, coaches executives in communication skills, and works with film directors, writers, and actors to sharpen their comedy skills.
Learn More About Ed Greenberg at www.laughterforachange.org