Matthew Greene is a playwright, librettist, and lyricist whose works have been seen on both coasts and a few places in between. His play Thousand Pines had its world premier at Westport Country Playhouse, and the autobiographical Good Standing played at Theater Row as part of the United Solo Theatre Festival. Other plays include Gregorian (Working Artists Theatre Project), Adam and Steve and the Empty Sea (Plan B Theatre, New York International Fringe Festival), #Mormoninchief (New York International Fringe Festival), Job Well Done (national finalist, American College Theatre Festival), and Bread of Affliction (Society for the Study of Jewish American and Holocaust Literature). In 2020, he received the Stiles + Drew Prize for a current work in progress and created the socially-distant play A Midsemester Night’s Dream, which will be published this year. He is a proud member of the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop and has taught theatre to people of all ages in and out of New York City.