New Studio on Broadway Advisory Board
RICHARD FISHER has been an agent at Abrams Artists Agency for the past 6 years representing actors for theatre, film and television.
QUIARA ALEGRíA HUDES was nominated for a Tony® Award for her book of In the Heights (2008 Tony® Award for Best Musical, 2009 Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize) and is author of Pulitzer finalist, Elliot, A Soldiers Fugue, 26 Miles and the musical Barrio Girl.
MARGO LION is an adjunct professor and the Tony® Award-winning producer of Hairspray, Catch Me If You Can, Jelly's Last Jam, Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and Perestroika, Seven Guitars, Caroline, or Change, The Wedding Singer, Radio Golf, Harlem Song, and Elaine Stritch at Liberty.
AMANDA LIPITZ ’02 is a Tony®-nominated Broadway producer and recently served as Executive Producer and Creator of MTV’s series Legally Blonde the Musical: The Search for the next Elle Woods.
MICHAEL MAYER ’83 is the Tony® Award-winning director of American Idiot, Spring Awakening, After the Fall, A View from the Bridge (Roundabout), Night, Mother, and Thoroughly Modern Millie.
TIM SANFORD is the Artistic Director of Playwrights Horizons, assuming leadership of the theater in January 1996.
SARAH SCHLESINGER's musical Ballad of Little Jo, written with Grammy award winner Mike Reid opened to rave reviews at the Bridewell Theatre in London in July 2003 and was hailed by Critic Domenic Cavendish in the Daily Telegraph "as two and half hours of unmitigated brilliance." She serves as chair of the Graduate Musical Theater Writing Program at the Tisch School of the Arts.
BARTLETT SHER received the 2008 Tony® Award for his direction of South Pacific at Lincoln Center Theater, where he serves as Resident Director. Mr. Sher is director of the new musical Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown due on Broadway in the fall of 2010.
BERNARD TELSEY ’82 is co-founder of MCC Theater with Robert LuPone, and is one of the most influential casting directors and creative forces on Broadway.
TAMARA TUNIE is a Tony® Award winning Broadway producer of Spring Awakening and Radio Golf. As an actress Ms. Tunie is in her ninth season on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, playing medical examiner Melinda Warner and appeared on Broadway opposite Denzel Washington in Julius Caesar, Oh Kay and Lena Horne: The Lady and her Music.
GEORGE C. WOLFE ’84 is considered one of Broadway’s most respected producers, playwrights, and directors having won Tony, Obie and Drama Desk Awards for directing Angels in America and Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk and an Emmy Award for Lackawanna Blues.