New York improviser: Greg Hohn

Greg Hohn

Greg has been a member of Transactors, the south’s longest-running improvisational theater, since 1989 and became its director in 1996. Other theater work includes performances with Archipelago, Little Green Pig, Manbites Dog, Temple Theatre, and Long Beach Playhouse and acting and directing with the 10x10 Festival and Activated Ackland. He also sings with the Triangle Jazz Orchestra and was an actor for years in film, television, radio, and industrial/corporate media.

Since 2000 Greg has been teaching his FIZ (Applied Improv) curriculum at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, where is a senior lecturer. He also presents FIZ programs in academic settings, corporations, and organizations across the country and occasionally outside it. Greg taught improv and Acting for the Camera in Duke University's Theater Studies Department for five years and has taught improv all over the place over the years, including for UNC’s MFA acting program.

Greg lives in Chapel Hill with his wife, April, and their two cats. He graduated from UNC with a degree in English. He spends as much time as he can on two wheels, bicycling and motorcycling.