Let the people Speak

Hi Brandon. I just wanted to reach out and thank you for the work you did with K**** last year. She got in to NYU Tisch School for the Arts!  I believe you played a part in her success. You introduced her to Jasmine from Pipeline and helped her develop her voice around the character. That remained her main monologue for all of her auditions and I believe it helped to seal the deal. So thank you!

– Michelle L.

Brandon: Just wanted to say that Viva loved the instruction yesterday. Thank you for championing her.

– Erika L.

Good morning, Brandon. Callbacks went good. She was happy with her performances. She booked the role of Grace!


Just wanted to say that it was so special that you came to see the show. It motivated her on opening night. Thank you!

– Rebecca H.



Let the critics Speak

The New York Times said Brandon is a whole lot of fun on stage in the twist on the holiday classic – Christmas Carol in Harlem.


Gregory’s recent stage roles include a regional tour of Thoughts of a Colored Man where Broadway World says, Brandon Dion Gregory delivers an expressive and heartfelt performance as Passion. His smile lights up the stage.

TOACM made its way to Broadway in 2021 where Brandon was asked to understudy multiple roles for the show.


Plays To See says about his role in A Christmas Carol in Harlem, Brandon Gregory, a slick-talking disco king who, astonishingly, plays his entire part on roller blades.

Let the man Speak





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