My most recent role was Louisa in PlayZoomers' live, online theatre production of Donald Steven Olson's Oscar & Walt, directed by Ansley Valentine.
I portrayed Glinda the Good Witch in Soundbooth Theater and Starrynight Productions' audio play based on L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz book series, adapted and directed by Russell McGee, for broadcast on WFIU and other radio stations.
I played Myra in the Constellation Stage + Screen production of Ira Levin's Deathtrap, directed by Chad Rabinovitz.
I was also Miss Prism in the Constellation Stage + Screen production of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by Kate Galvin.
Previously I appeared in The Ernie Pyle Experiment!, a 13-episode radio drama series/podcast created by Michael Brainard and produced by WFIU, Bloomington, Indiana‘s local NPR station. It was one of five international finalists in the Audio Drama category of the 2021 Audie Awards®. I played Ernie’s complex wife Jerry in the series, which is about the early years of Ernie’s column and their marriage, work, and life on the road. To hear the podcast series, click here. To sample my work in the final episode and hear behind the scenes interviews, click here. To view my full resume, click here.
GRETA LIND is a lifelong creative whose work spans diverse mediums. She's appeared in All My Children, Missing Persons, and the film Rudy. Greta loved raising her two wonderful boys, acting in The New Harmony Project, co-facilitating Young Women Writing for (a) Change® Bloomington circles, and writing her debut novel, Split Open, which was published in 2021 (audiobook coming soon). Her recent acting work includes two audio drama series: WFIU's The Ernie Pyle Experiment!, (an Audie Awards® finalist), and Starrynight Productions' The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Greta was in Cardinal Stage's production of Our Town as well as Constellation Stage & Screen's The Importance of Being Earnest and Deathtrap. Greta's most recent role was in PlayZoomers' Oscar & Walt.