Greenville Journal (April, 2015)

Director found Richard III Discovery “liberating” by Cindy Landrum

An Interview with Director, Alexander Greenfield.

Greenville News (April, 2015)

Warehouse brings ruthless ‘Richard III’ to stage by Paul Hyde

Encore Atlanta (September, 2013)

Aurora, Alliance again top Suzi nominations by Kathy Janich

Alexander Greenfield nominated for Outstanding Director of a Play for The Whipping Man at the Alliance Theatre.

The production was also nominated for Outstanding Production of a Play, Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play, Outstanding Scenic Design of a Play, and Outstanding Lighting Design of a Play.

TDF Stages: A Theatre Magazine (April 29, 2013)

Learning Old Hollywood for Today’s Broadway by Mark Peikert

Interview with Alexander Greenfield, the assistant director of the Broadway revival of The Big Knife.

Atlanta Journal Constitution - Sunday Living & Arts (March 3, 2013)

‘Play casts light on Southern Jewish slave owners’ by Rosalind Bentley

Feature Article on The Whipping Man at the Alliance Theatre featuring quotes from director, Alexander Greenfield, and playwright, Matthew Lopez.

WSB TV - Atlanta’s local ABC affiliate (March 3, 2013)

‘People 2 People: The Whipping Man’

An Interview with Director, Alexander Greenfield, and rehearsal footage.

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Encore Atlanta (February 2013)

‘I thought this play would be unbelievable in Atlanta’ by Kathy Janich

Feature article on Whipping Man director, Alexander Greenfield.

Atlanta Theater Fans (February 14, 2013)

Alliance Theatre presents THE WHIPPING MAN

Press Release for The Whipping Man at the Tony-winning Alliance Theatre.

Atlanta Journal Constitution (September 11, 2012)

Alliance Theatre leads 2011-12 Suzi nominations

Alexander Greenfield nominated for Outstanding Director of a Musical for Sweeney Todd.

Atlanta Theater Fans (July 15, 2012)

Second Annual Atlanta Theater Fan Award Winners Announced

Sweeney Todd, directed by Alexander Greenfield at Fabrefaction Theatre Company, has won seven awards including Best Direction of a Musical.

Playbill (July 11, 2012)

Kate Shindle, Alex Brightman, Theresa McCarthy and Nicholas Rodriguez Will Be Reporting Live at NYMF

Alexander Greenfield will direct Reporting Live, a new musical by Michael Finke, as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival’s Developmental Reading Series.

Playbill (July 2, 2012)

Alex Brightman, June Gable, Michael Learned Will Take Part in Summer Readings 2012 Series of New Plays

Lindsey Kyler will co-star with Alex Brightman (Wicked, Glory Days) in Tom Diggs’ Kind, directed by Alexander Greenfield, July 17.

Playbill (March 14, 2012)

Alliance Plans Zorro, Next to Normal, Alfred Uhry’s Apples & Oranges; Lynne Meadow, Scott Schwartz Among Directors

Alexander Greenfield will direct Matthew Lopez’s The Whipping Man

ArtsATL (December 15, 2012)

The year in review: Big shows, bare bones, and 11 productions that enthralled by Andrew Alexander

ArtsATL has named the Greenfield directed production of SWEENEY TODD at Fabrefaction Theatre Company the 6th best show of the year in it’s Atlanta Year-in-Review Article.

“[Fabrefaction’s] spare, dark and brooding production of Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd stood out. Committed performances and some clever staging innovations showed that it doesn’t always take big bucks to put on a great muscial.”

Atlanta Theater Fans (October 14, 2011)

“Attend the Tale” of Sweeney Todd - The Musical Thriller Takes on a Fresh Look at Fabrefaction Theatre Company

Fabrefaction Theatre Company opens its second full season with a newly imagined retelling of the Tony Award winning musical thriller Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Directed by Atlanta native and season Broadway assistant director Alexander Greenfield.

Playbill (May 9, 2011)

Jason Michael Snow, Tobias Segal, Maggie Low Set for Reading of Love in the Time of Reagan

Alexander Greenfield will direct a cast that includes Jason Michael Snow (The Book of Mormon), Tobias Segal (The Miracle Worker), Arden Myrin (Chelsea Lately), Lucas Near-Verbrugghe (Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson), Maggie Low (Times of War), and Elizabeth West (The Women) in a reading of Tom Diggs’ new play.