The One-Man Show

In his one-man show, “Some Greeks Are Not in the Restaurant Business,” Greg talks about growing up as a Greek American in Chicago, and going into show business professionally at fifteen with world-famous recording artists (“Peg O’ My Heart”) the Harmonicats—against his Greek parents’ wishes.

Greg Lewis’s production was well received, and featured at the Falcon Theatre, the Whitefire Theatre, the Beverly Hills Playhouse and Theatre West.

Critics’ Brouhaha

“Giving his father a loving tribute, Lewis is blessed with a Proustian memory and a keen sense of comic timing… A congenial host and no mean raconteur, Lewis shares his droll memories with humor and generosity.”

—F. Kathleen Foley, The Los Angeles Times

“The evening is a lively interlude of wit, warmth and insight.”

—Melinda Shupman, Backstage West

“You don’t have to be Greek to love this show!”

—Cynthia Citron, ReviewPlays.com