Ed Greenberg

In addition to his work as director of “The Second City,” Chicago, Ed Greenberg was an actor at San Francisco’s legendary improvisation theater, “The Committee.” He’s directed T.V. comedy, and acted in movies, T.V. and radio. Ed’s taught acting and comedy performance techniques at USC School of Cinematic Arts and UCLA. In 2007, as a U.S. State Department Cultural Envoy, Ed led workshops and directed a groundbreaking improv comedy show in post-genocide Rwanda. Inspired by this experience, he founded the non-profit “Laughter for a Change” which uses improvisational comedy training as a tool for learning, healing, and community building.