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Management Team

Daryl Roth

Daryl Roth is an award-winning producer whose mission is to champion thought-provoking, inspiring work onstage. She is honored to hold the singular distinction of producing 7 Pulitzer Prize-winning plays: Anna in the Tropics; August: Osage County (2008 Tony Award); Clybourne Park (2012 Tony Award); How I Learned to Drive; Proof (2001 Tony Award); Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women; and Wit.  The proud recipient of 12 Tony Awards and London’s Olivier Award, her over 120 productions both on and off Broadway include Kinky Boots, the 2013 Tony Award winning Best Musical, which ran for 6 years on Broadway and is now represented on tour in the US and around the world (London, Toronto, Australia, Korea, Japan, Germany); Larry Kramer’s seminal play about the AIDS crisis, The Normal Heart (2011 Tony Award); Paula Vogel’s award-winning play Indecent; Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron’s international hit play Love, Loss, and What I Wore; and Gloria: A Life, a play about the iconic Gloria Steinem.   Upcoming: The new musical Between the Lines; the Broadway premiere of Paula Vogel’s How I Learned to Drive.  Daryl is a Trustee of the Kennedy Center, and served on the Board of Lincoln Center Theatre for twenty years, and remains the Co-Chair of the Patron Committee and an Honorary Trustee. Previously, she served on the Boards of the New York State Council on the Arts, the Sundance Institute, the Vineyard Theatre, and LAByrinth Theater Company.  She actively supports a diverse group of charitable and cultural institutions, and is involved in LGBTQ rights causes, animal rights organizations, and numerous theatre, dance, public television, and cultural arts organizations. The Daryl Roth Creative Spirit Award annually honors a gifted theatre artist or organization, providing them with financial support as they develop new works in an artistic residency. The Daryl Roth Theatre, a landmark building on Manhattan’s Union Square, is home to three distinct performance spaces.  Honors include The New Dramatists Outstanding Career Achievement Award; New York Living Landmarks Award; and the Lucille Lortel Lifetime Achievement Award. She is proud to have been inducted into the 2017 Theatre Hall of Fame and be named to Crain’s 2019 “50 Most Powerful Women in New York.”

Adam Hess

Adam Hess currently oversees the operation of all the companies within the Daryl Roth organization, comprised of the Theatre (venue), Management, Advertising, and Licensing divisions and is an Associate Producer for Daryl Roth Productions. He began his career with the company as the General Manager for the Daryl Roth Theatre in 2001 where he supervised the construction of the DR2 Theatre, the renovation of the main venue, creation and renovation of the D-Lounge, the formation and development of the general management company, and the establishment of the advertising and licensing division. Hailing from Toronto, Adam has a diverse theatrical background that includes being an original cast member of the Harold Prince/Susan Stroman helmed production of Show Boat, the European Tour of Crazy For You (u/s Bobby Childs), and a voyage around  the world singing and dancing on board Holland America’s ship The Rotterdam. Mr. Hess holds a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan and is a graduate of Columbia University’s School of the Arts, where he received a M.F.A. in Theatre Management and Producing. He currently serves as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University and is President Emeritus of the Off-Broadway League.

Grant A. Rice

Grant A. Rice joined DRTM after ten years as a General and Company Manager at Richard Frankel Productions and as a consultant for Broadway Asia.  While working with Richard Frankel he supervised the design, construction and opening of Broadway’s newest nightclub and restaurant, 54 Below. Theatrical credits include The Kite Runner (Broadway), Indecent (Broadway) Rock of Ages (Broadway, National Tour), A Little Night Music (Broadway), The Crucible (Broadway), One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Broadway), Little Shop of Horrors (Broadway), The Lion King (Broadway), Urban Cowboy (Broadway),  Chicago (Broadway, South American Tour); Buyer & Cellar (National Tour); Nevermore (Off-Broadway); The Woodsman (Off-Broadway); The Fantasticks (Off-Broadway), Stomp (Off-Broadway, National Tour, South American Tour, Mexico), Stomp Out Loud (Las Vegas), The Flying Karamazov Brothers (Off-Broadway, National Tour), Three Mo’ Tenors (National Tour), The Rat Pack Live from the Sands (National Tour of West End production) among others.  Mr. Rice graduated from McDaniel College with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and holds an M.F.A. in Theatre Management and Producing from Columbia University’s School of the Arts. He is a board certified member of the Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers, and a former member of the board of The League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers.

Kyle Provost

Kyle Provost has worked on numerous productions during his over ten year tenure at DR Theatrical Management including In & Of Itself, Fleabag, Buyer & Cellar; Blindness; Gloria: A Life; The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey (Off-Broadway & Tour); My Name is Asher Lev (Best Play: Outer Critics Circle), The Temperamentals (Lortel, Drama Desk) and Wiesenthal (Off Broadway & Tour). Additional credits include: A Christmas Carol, Accidentally Brave, Any Given Monday, Anthem, Bunnicula, Cactus Flower, Clever Little Lies, Dear Edwina, Dinner with the Boys, Ernest Shackleton Loves Me;  Himself & Nora, Rated P. . . for Parenthood, Stalking the Bogeyman, A Strange and Separate People, The Good and The True, The Outgoing Tide, Tenors of Rock, Through the Night, The Velveteen Rabbit, Vigil, The Violin, the DR2 Theatre’s reading series of Nora and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore and Marc Wolf’s Another American: Asking and Telling. Kyle was elected to and currently serves on the Off-Broadway League’s Board of Directors.

Megan Dettmer

Megan Dettmer’s general management credits include The Kite Runner (Broadway and National Tour); Indecent (Broadway); Fleabag; Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical; Harry Clarke and The Beast in the Jungle among others.  Select production management credits include Classical Theatre of Harlem's Twelfth Night (Skirball); Everything's Fine; sandblasted; and various projects with Ballet Hispánico.

Emily Currie

Emily Currie oversees business operations for the companies within the Daryl Roth organization comprised of DR Theatrical Management, Daryl Roth Productions, DR Advertising and the Daryl Roth Theatre. She began her career in the film industry working for Laura Ziskin Productions and Plan B Entertainment in Los Angeles. She can be credited on such films as A Mighty Heart, The Year of the Dog, and The Assassination of Jesse James. She then worked for the Theatre on Film and Tape Archive at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center where she served as Production Supervisor on over 150 Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regional video recordings. Emily holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre and a Minor in Communications from the University of Southern California (USC). After previously serving as Interim Director and League Administrator, Emily was elected to and currently serves on the Off-Broadway League’s Board of Directors.

Bob Brinkerhoff

Bob Brinkerhoff has worked on the management of many Broadway, Off-Broadway and touring productions, beginning with Fool Moon on Broadway starring Bill Irwin and David Shiner.  Credits include George Gershwin Alone (Broadway), Salome (with Al Pacino and Marissa Tomei), The Normal Heart, IF/THEN National Tour, Red Roses, Green Gold (featuring the music of Jerry Garcia & Robert Hunter),  Broadway Bounty Hunter and many others.  For twelve years, Bob worked for WICKED, where he served as the liaison between all the domestic productions and multiple international companies.  He was central to organizing productions in Korea, Mexico City and Brazil.

Kevin Gallagher

Kevin Gallagher is a theatrical administrator, currently serving as a Management Associate and Company Manager with DR Theatrical Management. He previously worked with DR Theatrical Management as the Assistant Company Manager on the Broadway production of The Kite Runner and as the Management Associate for PERSONALITY: The Lloyd Price Musical and Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas at the Studebaker Theater. Other theatrical credits include Macbeth (Broadway), Paradise Square (Broadway), and a variety of odd jobs around the New York City area. Kevin graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in 2017 with a B.A. in Theatre.

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