Ken is a Tony Award-Winning Broadway Producer who has produced over a dozen Broadway shows, including Once On This Island, Groundhog Day, The Play That Goes Wrong, Deaf West Theatre’s Spring Awakening, Allegiance, The Visit, Kinky Boots, Macbeth, Mothers and Sons and Godspell, as well as six Off Broadway Shows, including Altar Boyz, The Awesome 80s Prom, That Bachelorette Show, and Daddy Long Legs. In addition to his own work, Ken was recently named the Executive Producer of North America for Andrew Llyod Webber’s Really Useful Group.
Outside of theater, he has produced an award-winning documentary entitled These Magnificent Miles, and an award-winning TV pilot entitled The Bunny Hole which has appeared in the LA Indie Film Festival, The Orlando Film Festival and more (for a complete list of his credits click here).
His unique marketing style has been featured in two front-page New York Times articles, on the home page of CNN, on the must list of Entertainment Weekly and in many more national and international media outlets.
He is currently producing Once On This Island, The Play That Goes Wrong, and Kinky Boots on Broadway. His upcoming projects include the new musical Gettin’ the Band Back Together, which premiered at George Street Playhouse and will arrive on Broadway in July 2018, and revivals of The Great White Hope, and Mass Appeal.
Ken was a Crain’s 40 Under 40, was featured in an iPhone commercial and is an avid golfer.
Ken’s mission is to do @#$% that other people don’t.
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