Executive Producer/General Manager
Aaron Grant is an independent General Manager and Producer who has been active in the theatre for over a decade. Favorite projects include 2010’s White’s Lies at New World Stages (which finished a successful run in Michigan in 2013), 2014's critically acclaimed off-Broadway production of The Anthem, the national tour of Almost Heaven: Songs of Jon Denver, The Screwtape Letters, Grumpy Old Men: The Musical, Minimum Wage, Stormy Weather: The Lena Horne Musical and Elizabeth Swados’ Rachel and Leah. Aaron is also the General Manager for the Ensemble for the Romantic Century. Projects in development include Brave New World: The Musical, Broken Snow and Clear Blue Sky. Aaron Grant and Aaron Grant Theatrical also provides General Management services for Ensemble for the Romantic Century.
Associate general manager
Matthew McVey-Lee has worked with Aaron Grant Theatrical on Love for Sale and The Dreyfus Affair. Former producer of Theatre 3, a performance group producing shows including Cassandra, An Iliad, Hamlet or My Thoughts be Bloody, and the coming How the Stars Used to Shine. Directing credits include Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice, Chekov’s A Marriage Proposal and THREE’s Cassandra and assistant director on Bulldozer the Ballad of Robert Moses. Matthew has had opportunity to work with Gregory Moss, Shepard Sobel, Caroline Prugh, and Kent Kirkpatrick.
general management associate
Austin Tracy has worked with Aaron Grant Theatrical on several productions including the Ensemble for the Romantic Century's Anna Akhmatova: The Heart Is Not Made of Stone (BAM) and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein with Robbert Fairchild (Signature), BULLDOZER: The Ballad of Robert Moses (Theatre at St. Clement’s), Sanctuary (Theatre Row), as well as readings for Songbird, First Gentleman, Stonewall, Harry Townsend's Last Stand, Bulldozer, and a reading of Chasing the River to benefit the Joyful Heart. Austin also stage managed the Off-Broadway productions of Laughing Liberallyand Murray Schisgal's Naked Old Man starring the late David Margulies. He has had readings of his plays The Island Diary, God's People, Chastity: A Blood Sucking Comedy, and The Holiday Party. He is currently a Mary Louise Rockwell Scholar with the Einhorn School for the Performing Arts.
JEREMY SCOTT BLAUSTEIN
Jeremy Scott Blaustein is a Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominated producer. Broadway: Bonnie & Clyde, Chinglish, The Merchant of Venice (with Al Pacino), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, A Life in the Theatre (with Patrick Stewart), Enron, All About Me, Race (with James Spader and Kerry Washington), Superior Donuts, Desire Under the Elms (with Brian Dennehy), Reasons to be Pretty, HAIR (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Drama League Award, Grammy Award), Blithe Spirit (with Angela Lansbury), You’re Welcome America (with Will Ferrell), Speed-the-Plow (with Jeremy Piven and William H. Macy), and August: Osage County (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Drama League Award, New York Drama Critics Circle Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Pulitzer Prize). National Tour: August: Osage County. West End: HAIR.