Greg Hersov

Gregory A. Hersov (born 1956) is a British theatre director.

Greg Hersov was educated at Bryanston School and Mansfield College, Oxford.


Hersov has been associated with the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester since 1979.[1] He became an Artistic Director for the theatre in 1987. His productions at the Royal Exchange include a number of Shakespeare plays, Death of a Salesman, The Entertainer, Uncle Vanya, and many other plays.[2] In 1999, he directed Look Back in Anger at the Lyttelton Theatre (National Theatre) in London.[3] His 2009 production of George Bernard Shaw's Widowers' Houses received critical acclaim.[4]He stepped down as artistic director in 2014.


Hersov's productions at the Royal Exchange Theatre include:[5][6]



  1. Major Barbara — Interview with Director Greg Hersov, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, UK.
  2. Greg Hersov, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, UK.
  3. Greg Hersov, London Theatre Database, UK.
  4. Dominic Cavendish, Widowers' Houses, Manchester Royal Exchange, review, The Daily Telegraph, 4 May 2009.
  5. "Greg Hersov". The Royal Exchange Theatre.
  6. The Royal Exchange Theatre Company Words & Pictures 1976–1998.

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