Gregory Luis Boyle

Born in Santiago, Chile, and adopted at birth, Gregory Boyle is grateful to have lived and traveled all around the United States to pursue his passion for opera and happily calls Philadelphia his home. Boyle has recently directed Don Pasquale for Inland Northwest Opera in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, and revival directed Michael Shell’s The Barber of Seville at Austin Opera. He has directed a concert version of Tosca for Opera Philadelphia’s outdoor series at The Mann Center. He has also produced a new production of La Favorite at The Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia and a new production of Mignon, which was postponed indefinitely. Most recently, he assisting on Tomer Zvulun’s new production of Das Rheingold, a co-production between The Atlanta Opera and The Dallas Opera. Boyle assisted on Stephan Barlow’s The Barber of Seville production at Santa Fe Opera. He has also worked with the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Artists at Central City Opera as a director, giving young students the opportunity to explore and develop new roles in opera through a scenes program. Highlights from that summer include Die Fledermaus, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Elixir of Love, Dialogues of the Carmelites, and A Little Night Music. Boyle has also worked with the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia, The Santa Fe Opera, and the Herndon Foundation of Emerging Artists of Virginia Opera. Previously, Boyle has held associate and assistant director engagements at companies including Opera Philadelphia, the Santa Fe Opera, The Dallas Opera, Central City Opera, and Virginia Opera among others.

Debut Production : The Pirates of Penzance, 2016