Brandon G. Green joined the Conservatory in 2020. Green is an award-winning creative artist, actor, writer, and educator from Selma, Alabama. Recent acting credits include Sweat (Huntington Theatre Company); Nat Turner in Jerusalem (Actors’ Shakespeare Project); Black Odyssey Boston (Front Porch Arts Collective/Underground Railway Theater); Romeo & Juliet and King Lear (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company); The Scottsboro Boys (SpeakEasy Stage Company, IRNE Winner), The Wiz and Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play (Lyric Stage Company of Boston); Joan of Arc at the Stake (Odyssey Opera); An Octoroon and We are Proud to Present...(Company One Theatre/Arts Emerson). He received the 2016 Elliot Norton Award for Best Actor.
Other credits include work with 3050 Music Group, Brand New Classic, Central Square Theater, Cape Repertory Theatre, JAG Productions, Fresh Ink Theatre Company, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, and Equals 8, as well as the podcast The Ordinary Epic (Crose to Home Productions).
Green received his B.A. from Alabama State University and an M.F.A. from Brandeis University. In addition to writing and performing, he has taught a range of performance and movement-based courses at Brandeis, MIT, University of Massachusetts Boston, and with Daniel Beaty’s I Dream Project.