Associate Professor, School of the Arts
A.B., Columbia College, 1989; M.F.A., Columbia, 1993; J.D., Columbia, 1993; First official graduate of Columbia University's joint-degree program in law and theatre management. Has managed and produced theatrical productions on and off-Broadway and across the United States. Broadway theatre management credits include Elaine Stritch At Liberty, 2002; George Gershwin Alone, 2001; A Moon for the Misbegotten, 2000; The Price, 1999-2000; Death of a Salesman (Broadway and Showtime productions, starring Brian Dennehy), 1999; Fool Moon, 1995 and 1998; Freak, 1998; Julia Sweeney's God Said Ha!, 1996. Company Manager for Walt Disney Theatrical Productions / The Lion King, 1997-1998. Adjunct Assistant Professor and Theatre Management Program Coordinator for the Columbia University School of the Arts since 1998. His article on the 42nd Street Development Project has been published in the Columbia-VLA Journal of Law & the Arts.