Mark Grenier

 


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Mark Grenier is an actor, writer, director, and teacher in New York City. He teaches acting, filmmaking, improv, and writing classes at
The Barrow Group. He has also taught at the American Comedy Institute,
Annoyance Theatre, The Peoples Improv Theater, and Magnet Theater,
where he also served as training center director. Mark has conducted
classes, workshops, and professional development seminars for 20VIC
Management, Breads Bakery, Columbia University, Fairfield University,
The Ford Foundation, The Fulbright Association, Kaye Scholer LLP,
Marymount Manhattan College, The New York Film Academy, The North
Highland Company, Pearson Education, Twitter, WebMD, and others. He
studied acting at The Barrow Group and The Atlantic Theatre Company;
improv at The Upright Citizens Brigade and Annoyance Theatre in
Chicago; and filmmaking and screenwriting at the Feirstein Graduate
School of Cinema at Brooklyn College.

“More than any other improv teacher I’ve ever had, Mark created an environment for improvisation that is pure joy and play. And while I have taken classes from other teachers, none of them ever created a magic circle that lived up to the standard set by him.” – Yotam GingolD