Gregg Hurley is the artistic director of HurleyInMotion, a performing arts ensemble that has been building bridges and connecting communities since 2005. Hurley is also a full-time Assistant Professor of Dance at Messiah College where he leads the development of a growing dance program. He earned his MFA in dance from the University of Arizona School of Dance and BA in dance from Hofstra University.
Gregg has performed internationally in the musical revue, The Best of Broadway and nationally in the 50th Anniversary tour of Oklahoma! He has also performed as the Cow Skull in the world premiere production of Georgia O’Keefe: A Woman n Paper. He spent over eleven years as the resident choreographer and assistant director at Sight and Sound Theatres where he was creatively involved in the premiere productions of Abraham and Sarah, Daniel, Ruth, Psalms of David, In the Beginning, and Voices of Christmas.
Gregg proudly and joyfully collaborates in life and on stage with his wife, Susan and his favorite works in progress will always be his sons, Keegan and Nathan Hurley.