Greg Allen is the Founding Director of The Neo-Futurists and creator of Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind (30 Plays in 60 Minutes), which has been running 50 weeks a year in Chicago since 1988 and in New York since 2004. He is also author of such plays as The Last Two Minutes of the Complete Works of Henrik Ibsen, The Strange and Terrible True Tale of Pinocchio (the Wooden Boy) As Told By Frankenstein's Monster (the Wretched Creature), Sleeping with the Prince of Darkness: The Imagined Pillow-Talk of FBI Agent John O'Neill, A Child's History of Bombing, H2O, and K., his award-winning adaptation of Kafka's The Trial. His collaboration The Complete Lost Works of Samuel Beckett As Found In An Envelope (partially burned) In A Dustbin In Paris Labeled "Never to be performed. Never. EVER! Or I'll Sue! I'LL SUE FROM THE GRAVE!!!" has had 12 sold-out award-winning international productions, and his legendary production of all 9 acts and 7 hours of Eugene O'Neill's Strange Interlude inspired hecklers and immediate standing ovations at the Goodman Theatre's 2009 O'Neill Festival. Mr. Allen teaches at the University of Chicago, DePaul University, Actors Theatre of Louisville, the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Center, The Neo-Futurarium in Chicago, and in residencies all over the world.