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NETworks Presentations Names New President- Orin Wolf

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NETworks Presentations LLC's Founder and CEO Kenneth Gentry has just announced the addition of Orin Wolf to its executive staff. Effective July 1, 2013, Orin will join the company as President, with co-founder Scott W. Jackson serving as Chief Operating Officer and co-founder Seth Wenig as Executive Vice President - Production. Gentry will continue as Chief Executive Officer.

Gentry said, "NETworks' continued growth has allowed us to expand our executive team, ensuring that shows of the highest caliber will continue to reach audiences across the country and throughout the world. Orin's experience in both producing and booking will enhance NETworks and its productions, allowing us to take even greater advantage of future opportunities for many years to come. We're excited to bring Orin's reputation and talents to the NETworks team."

Wolf said, "I've long admired the unsurpassed quality of NETworks' productions and Ken's role in the commercial theater business. I'm thrilled to be so close to the center of this organization and I hope my passion for producing will strengthen NETworks' position in the business and allow for many years of growth as Broadway in New York and on tour continues to reinvent itself."

Wolf founded OBB/Off Broadway Booking and has served as the President and CEO since 2005. In addition, his producing credits include: Broadway: Orphans (Tony Nominated), Once (Tony Award), That Championship Season, A View From the Bridge (Tony Nominated). West End: Once. Off Broadway: Not By Bread Alone, Groundswell (The New Group); Judy Gold's 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother (Ars Nova); Seth Rudetsky's Disaster(Stage 72); Robert Wuhl's Assume the Position (Ars Nova); History of the Word (Vineyard) and Blood in the Sink (Urban Stages). National Tours: Once, Irving Berlin's I Love a Piano; Robert Wuhl's Assume the Position; You Say Tomato I Say Shut Up! and Seth Rudetsky's Big Fat Broadway Show. He is a graduate of the Commercial Theater Institute and was awarded the T-Fellowship for Creative Producing at Columbia University in conjunction with Hal Prince, and is now the Director (www.tfellowship.com).

Founded in 1995 by Kenneth Gentry, Seth Wenig and Scott W. Jackson, NETworks has produced and managed over 55 touring productions in the US., U.K. and internationally. Current Productions include Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Billy Elliot The Musical, Blue Man Group National Tour, Elf The Musical, Flashdance the Musical, The New 25th Anniversary Production of LES MISERABLES, Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins,and National Theatre of Great Britain's production of War Horse touring the U.S. Future productions include The Phantom of the Opera, Memphis the Musical and We Will Rock You the musical by Queen and Ben Elton.


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