Greg Lam works in the nonprofit space, particularly working in theatre administration with a focus in grant writing and development. He’s passionate about the new play scene, and wants to bring new work to stages around Boston and across the country. To discuss this with Greg, please contact him.
Examples of nonprofit projects, skills, and interests
Greg works with Artists’ Theater of Boston, a small theater with a focus on social justice and new work. Greg led the research into transitioning into nonprofit status with a transitional stage of fiscal sponsorship. Leading the grantwriting research and application process, Greg is helping ATB grow into a mainstay of the Boston theatre scene.
In 2019, Greg agreed to become one of the co-coordinators of the New England New Play Alliance. Heading up social media, research, publicity, and spearheading a project to interview local theatres producing new work, Greg hopes to increase publicity of new work on New England stages.
Greg’s podcast Boston Podcast Players, shines the spotlight on the accomplished playwrights in the Boston area. Every month, he produces an interview and excerpt from a local playwright’s work. This exciting platform has featured over 20 playwrights so far!
Greg earned the Graduate Certificate in Cultural Entrepreneurship from Northeastern University in 2019. Learning about all aspects of nonprofit arts management, including programming, technical issues, and development, the certificate provides a grounding in the basis of arts management.