<em>Venus in Fur<em> Broadway Producers

Venus in Fur Broadway Producers

The Broadway producers of Venus in Fur are Jon B. Platt, Scott Landis, MTC Productions Inc. Lynne Meadow, Barry Grove, Jessica R. Jenen, Scott M. Delman, and Classic Stage Company.

Lead producer Jon B. Platt’s producing credits include some of the most honored dramatic work in Broadway history: Angels in America: Millenium Approaches (Pulitzer Prize Winner), Perestroika, The Book of Mormon,Wicked, Copenhagen, God of Carnage, Death of a Salesman and Clybourne Park (Pulitzer Prize Winner). In addition to his 7 Tony Awards, Mr. Platt has received 10 New York Drama Desk Awards and 5 NewYork Outer Critics Circle Awards, and the Robert Whitehead Award for Distinguished Producing in the Commercial Theatre in 2012.

Tony award winning producer Scott Landis’ credits include The Children’s Hour (West End), La Bete, The Pajama Game and Nice Work If You Can Get It. Manhattan Theatre Club, led by Artistic Director Lynne Meadow and Executive Director Barry Grove, is one of the nation’s leading non-profit theatres producing innovative and diverse work by playwrights at all stages of their careers, at its Broadway and Off-Broadway theatres. Plays that debut at MTC are performed across the country andaround the world, and 6 of them have won Pulitzer Prizes: Doubt, Proof, Ruined, Rabbit Hole, Crimes ofthe Heart, and The Piano Lesson.

Jessica R. Jenen produced An Evening with Patti Lupone & Mandy Patinkin, and while Executive Director of Classic Stage Company, produced the world premiere of Venus in Fur, as well as Three Sisters, Uncle Vanya, The Tempest, among others. Classic Stage Company is thepremiere Off-Broadway theatre dedicated to reimaging the classical repertory for a contemporary American audience.

Scott M. Delman is a private equity investor at DGZ Capital who has co-produced The Book of Mormon, American Idiot, Mary Stuart and Ragtime.