Noah Gregoropoulos

Noah directed the seminal long-form improvisational production “Lois Kaz” and the resident company revue “If the White House is a Rockin’, Don’t come a Knockin’” both at The Second City e.t.c..  Long associated with Chicago’s iO Theatre, Noah co-directed the long-running improv show “The Armando Diaz Experience.” Television credits include “Fargo,” “Joe Pera Talks with You,” “Dharma and Greg,” and “Greetings from Prison.” Film credits include “Close Quarters” and “The Moleman of Belmont Avenue.” A legendary improv teacher and coach, Noah was a manager at U.S. Robotics before shifting his career into improv theatre.