Media Profiles & Interviews

“There are clearly two worlds in the work of Greg Homann: one he describes as entertainment, playful and very visual; the other engages more with social and political issues, but even then the entertaining value, the visual aesthetics and the playfulness are there.” – Theatre Directing in South Africa

“Homann has directed some 50 productions. He has also taught performers who have blossomed, including Dom Gumede, actors Atandwa Kani… designer, director and performer Jemma Kahn. He directed Ariel Dorfman’s Delirium, the hilarious Gilbert and Sullivan classic The Pirates of Penzance and the social drama Brothers in Blood. Seven years ago he directed Lord of the Flies at the same time as he performed a myriad of roles in Alan Swerdlow’s Around the World in 80 Days. And that is just the tip of the iceberg, which includes Pterodactyl’s, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, a Clockwork Orange…the huge list is unapologetically eclectic.” – Robyn Sassen, Sunday Times

“Greg Homann is many years into a hugely productive career in theatre, in capacities ranging from director to producer, teacher, actor and writer – so the only surprising thing about his being awarded the 2014 Standard Bank Young Artist Award (SBYAA) for Theatre is that he just about shrugged off the “young” tag before it arrived.” – Bruce Dennill (The Citizen)