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Meet Our Staff

Executive Artistic Director

A South Carolina native, Greg has directed across the country and abroad. He was the Founding Artistic Director of the Richmond Art Theatre and the Richmond Free Shakespeare Festival. Additionally, he served as Artistic Director for Planet Earth Theatre, Phoenix, A.Z., Director of Artistic Operations for Florida Studio Theatre, and Director of Production for City Springs Theatre in Atlanta where he recently directed the hit musical Holiday Inn. For the Palace Theatre in Myrtle Beach, he directed Little Shop of Horrors, Blithe Spirit, The Great American Trailer Park Musical, Nunsense, Forever Plaid, A Christmas Carol, and Steel Magnolias. He was formerly the Artistic Director for the Joe Layton Broadway Series at The Lost Colony Outdoor Drama where he directed Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and South Pacific. As an actor he has appeared in National tours: Hairspray (Edna Turnblad), West Side Story (Doc), Fiddler on the Roof (Lazar). International tours: Hairspray (Edna), The Fantastics (Bellamy). Off-Broadway: Spurn. Regional: West Side Story (Doc/Gladhand), Ogunquit Playhouse, Greater Tuna (Thurston), Annie (Warbucks). Richard III (Shakespeare Theatre, DC) with Stacey Keach, Othello (Shakespeare Theatre) with Avery Brookes and Andre Braugher, The Lost Colony with Lynn Redgrave. Created role of “Peter” in world premiere of Lanford Wilson's Los Alamos, directed by Marshall W. Mason. While at Arizona State University, Greg was mentored in directing by Lifetime Achievement Tony winner and Founder of the famed Circle Rep, Marshall W. Mason. In 2010, he was the LA Critic's Choice Award winner for Best Actor in a Touring Production: Edna, Hairspray. London was the 2007 winner of the Eugene O’Neill Award for Dramatic Writing.

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Education Director

Kimberly Capps Alexander has spent 40 years in the English classroom, has produced a number of award-winning high school yearbooks, and is the past-president of the South Carolina Council Teachers of English. She has a passion for choral music and has had the opportunity to sing with various symphony choruses and chamber music groups in Texas, North Carolina, and South Carolina. She sings in her church choir and fills in as director when needed. She has served on the board of several fine arts organizations.


Kim began working with Long Bay Theatre as box office manager during COVID when LBT produced GODSPELL in the parking lot of Broadway at the Beach.  In 2022, she joined the casts of Tony and Tina's Wedding (Loretta Black), Clue (Mrs. Peacock), and The Awesome 80's Prom. She is currently serving as Education Director for LBT Conservatory. She is thankful for Greg London's coaching and encouragement in helping her find her way on the stage. 

Artistic Associate, Director of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Amie Barr Stevens comes to us from Columbia SC. She is a graduate of Coastal Carolina Univ where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre. Her roles included Domina in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Angela in Parade, Almeta in Violet, The Giant in Into the Woods and she assistant directed Oklahoma. She taught dramatic arts and built the program from Marion School District 3 and later continued the program at Blackwater Middle School. Upon moving to Columbia, SC, Amie was employed with the Epilepsy Foundation of SC where she trained countless people including police officers, teachers, and school nurses on epilepsy and first aid. She wrote and produced the epilepsy training video for South Carolina police officers in 2009. Amie sat on the board of Trustus Theater from 2009-2012. In 2018, she started an internet show entitled "Hey Y'all" with her son Clark, which she produces and edits 5 days a week. Her most recent project is RaceTalk with Amie a segment on FacebookLive twice a week in which she encourages positive connections between the races.

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