https://riverdalepress.com/stories/with-theaters-dark-actor-creates-own-show,72569 Sunday October 4, 2020 By KIRSTYN BRENDLEN Just weeks into the pandemic, unemployment ticked up. Workers were laid off or furloughed, and even those
Steve recently performed the role of Jacob Marley in A Christmas Carol in Harlem at the Classical Theater of Harlem. Steve Greenstein with his booming voice and woeful countenance really rattled the room as the miserable Ghost of Jacob Marley."He looks forward to an exciting year ahead!
Steve can be seen as Jacob Marley in The Classical Theatre of Harlem's heartwarming production of A Christmas Carol in Harlem.The show runs December 4th – 21st 2019 Click here for tickets!"Steve Greenstein with his booming voice and woeful countenance really rattled the room as the miserable Ghost of Jacob Marley."
Steve's play, The Last Jew of Boyle Heights, which he wrote and directs, opens Off-Broadway April 25th at the Actors Temple Theater in the heart of the NYC theater district.Thursdays at 8pm, and Sundays at 7:30pm.Tickets available at telecharge, and TKTs in Times Square the day of the show and at box office.Preview audience members are saying… "A beautiful cast, a thought- provoking production." "A play so topical I've recommended it to many."
Bronx born character actor Steve Greenstein can be seen in Flashdance the Musical as Harry at the Gateway Playhouse on Long Island this August and September. Click here for tickets!
He also played Harry in the 2014 National Tour of Flashdance the Musical.