Broadway Women's Fund Releases Inaugural List of Women to Watch on Broadway

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Broadway Women's Fund Releases Inaugural List of Women to Watch on Broadway

To spotlight emerging leaders in professional theater, the Broadway Women's Fund has released its inaugural list of Women to Watch on Broadway.

Presented by the Broadway Women's Fund - Broadway's first-ever impact investment fund - this list celebrates the achievements of a diverse group of women working hard to make an impact on the industry. They are excelling in their careers in regional theaters, Off-Broadway, as Broadway associates and in Broadway offices. Although they have already achieved extraordinary success - many are the winners of prestigious grants, scholarships and commissions - they are still considered "emerging." But each person on this list of 50 Women to Watch on Broadway is ready to take her place at the very top of the industry and shake up the status quo on Broadway.

The Broadway Women's Fund states: "This list, selected by Broadway Women's Fund leadership and advisory board, is by no means comprehensive. In fact, no list would do justice to the amount of capable and talented women in our industry. But we look forward to spotlighting additional future leaders in the years to come, and we hope that this initiative encourages Broadway industry members to look outside of their networks when hiring, and to empower the many women ready to step up into leadership positions."

Check out the full list of women below, and learn more about them here.


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