Greg Fiebig holds the PdD from the University of Missouri, Columbia in Speech Communication. He is a graduate of the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri, where he received a Master of Arts in Theatre. He is a graduate of Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri, where he majored in Speech and Sociology.
Greg is Professor of Communication and Theatre at Indiana Wesleyan University. He works primarily as a professor and Division Chair for the Division of Communication and Theatre. He now teaches mostly upper level communication courses. In the past, he focused mainly on all things theatre.
He has served as Theatre Technical Director for Indiana Wesleyan University and previously Southwest Baptist University. He has directed Measure for Measure, The Cherry Orchard and The Taming of the Shrew for Sweet Tea Shakespeare and August: Osage County for he Gilbert Theatre, both in Fayetteville, NC, Tartuffe for the Calvary Theatre Guild in New York City, NY, Much Ado About Nothing, Trumbo: Red, White, and Blacklisted, The Sunset Limited, The Importance of Being Earnest, Little Women, and Wit for Indiana Wesleyan University, Oleanna for Missouri State University-West Plains, Everyman, Little Shop of Horrors, Inherit the Wind, Into the Woods, The Diary of Anne Frank, A Man for All Seasons, Tartuffe, Hamlet, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged, All I really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, Medea, Children of Eden, The Fifteen Minute Hamlet, The Real Inspector Hound, The Diviners, and Angel Street for Southwest Baptist University. As a performer, Greg recently portrayed the inimitable Sigmund Freud in Freud’s Last Session at IWU. Other roles include Don Jon in Much Ado About Nothing at IWU, Dr. Harvey Kelekian in Wit at SBU, and various roles in a Renaissance Run Production of As You Like it at the 2016 Blackfriars Conference in Staunton, VA.
Fiebig spent six months on sabbatical in New York City (2014) working with a mid-town church to develop a performing art ministry aimed at supplementing & complementing worship, establishing a church-based producing theatre company, & seeking to build bridges between the church & performing artists.
Fiebig is founder and executive director of Hoosier Shakes, a professional summer stock repertory theatre in Marion, Indiana. He has loose affiliation with the American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, VA, where he has attended and presented conference papers at the Blackfriars Conference in Staunton, VA. He was invited to establish a consortium between ASC and a limited number of Colleges and Universities across the United States and around the world.
Dr. Fiebig’s research interests include: Hospitality, Organizational Communication, and Early Modern Staging Practices. Fiebig loves teaching college students and his favorite classes are Symbols and Imaging (a course on Semiotics), Persuasion, and Communication Theory. He prefers Athenians to Visigoths.