All the Way - Broadway Creative Team


All the Way Broadway

Production Staff

Robert Schenkkan Playwright
The American Repertory Theatre Producer
(Original)
Four-time Tony-winning brother & sister producing team, Luigi & Rose Caiola. Rose is Artistic Director of Manhattan Music & Arts Center (MMAC). Broadway: Tony Awards: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, All The Way, The Color Purple, Dear Evan Hansen. Recent: Sunday in the Park With George. Upcoming: Pretty Woman: The Musical. ... read more
Christopher Acebo Scenic Designer
Jeffrey Richards Associates Press Representative
William Berlind Producer
Tamar Climan General Manager: Richards / Climan, Inc.
Tamar Climan, founder of Climan Producing LLC (CPL), is a Tony Award®-winning theatre producer with almost three decades of experience producing and general managing on Broadway. Currently, Tamar is producing the national tour of A Soldier’s Play along with Roundabout Theatre Company. She is on the producing team of 1776 for the American Repertory Theater and serves as the Consulting Producer for the Tony Award® and Grammy-winning Jagged Little Pill on the West End and for its North American and Australian tours as well as the North American tour of the Tony Award®-winning revival of Oklahoma!. Previous producing credits ... read more
Jane Cox Lighting Designer
Lighting designer for theatre, dance and opera. Broadway credits include True West, King Lear, Jitney, Machinal, Amelie, Color Purple. Other recent NYC theatre includes Secret Life of Bees, Assassins and Fefu. Jane has also designed for the Barbican Theater, Sydney Opera House, San Francisco Opera and is a member of the Monica Bill Barnes Dance Company. Jane is a Professor of the Practice and Director of the Theater Program at Princeton University. ... read more
Michael Crea Associate Producer
Scott M. Delman Producer
Delman has previously co-produced The Book of Mormon, Arcadia, That Championship Season, All My Sons, Speed-the-Plow, Blithe Spirit, Mary Stuart (Tony nominee), Reasons to Be Pretty (Tony nominee), Hamlet, Ragtime (Tony nominee), The Addams Family and American Idiot (Tony nominee). ... read more
Deborah M. Dryden Costume Designer
Jerry Frankel Producer
Barbara Freitag Producer
Rebecca Gold Producer
Rebecca is proud to bring this new play to Broadway — a first for both the director and the playwright! She has received numerous nominations and awards on Broadway (Porgy and Bess, All the Way among them) and Off-Broadway (Sleep No More). Committed to bringing both extraordinary new work and revivals of the American canon to audiences, Rebecca is extensively involved with and supportive of not-for-profit theater, including the ART at Harvard and Fisher Center at Bard. ... read more
Louise Gund Producer
Louise Gund is an environmental activist. She also holds an MA in Holistic Psychology and has counseled children. After receiving a BFA from the School for Visual Arts in New York City, Louise took public relations photographs of modern dance groups and Off-Broadway productions in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was during this time that she first learned of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Louise began attending OSF productions in1984. Entranced by Southern Oregon, Louise purchased Greensprings Farm south of Ashland where she practices sustainable farming and forestry techniques. Louise is a member of the Earth Justice Legal Defense ... read more
Wendall K. Harrington Projection Designer
Broadway: All The Way, Driving Miss Daisy, Grey Gardens, They’re Playing Our Song, The Elephant Man, My One and Only, The Heidi Chronicles, The Will Rogers Follies, Having Our Say, Company, Racing Demon, Ragtime, John Leguizamo’s Freak, The Capeman, Putting It Together and The Who’s Tommy. Off Broadway: Sunday in the Park with George, Angels in America, Hapgood, Merrily We Roll Along (four times!) and Whistle Down the Wind. Opera: Werther at the MET, Julie Taymor’s The Magic Flute in Florence, Italy, A View from the Bridge at Chicago Lyric, Die Gezeichhneten at LA Opera, The Photographer at BAM, Transatlatic, ... read more
Rob Hinderliter Associate Producer
Richards/Climan Inc. General Manager
Gene Korf Producer
Dominick LaRuffa Jr. Associate Producer
Founder, Green Curtain Productions. Six Tony® and Drama Desk awards. Credits: The Book of Mormon, Jerusalem, Arcadia, La Bête, Red, The Addams Family, A Behanding in Spokane, Ragtime, Hamlet, All My Sons, Sunday in the Park with George, Cyrano, Journey’s End, Coram Boy, History Boys, Butley, Drowsy Chaperone, The Color Purple, Spamalot, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Pillowman, Democracy, Jumpers, Flower Drum Song. ... read more
PJ Miller Associate Producer
Gabrielle Palitz Producer
B’way: Bandstand, Fiddler on the Roof, China Doll, An American In Paris, The Visit, Wolf Hall, The Heidi Chronicles, You Can't Take It With You, Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill, All The Way (Tony), Matilda. ... read more
Paul James Prendergast Sound Designer
Bill Rauch Director
Jeffrey Richards Producer
Jeffrey has produced more than 50 shows on and off Broadway and has done press for more than 200 productions. The theatre remains his SO. ... read more
Shawn Sagady Video Designer
Other credits include Father Comes Home from the War Parts 1, 8 & 9 (The Public Theater), Back Back Back (The Old Globe), Franco Dragone's Carmen (La Jolla Playhouse), The Adding Machine (La Jolla Playhouse), the award-winning Cowboy vs. Samurai (Mo'olelo), and Dear Miss Breed (Asian Story Theater). ... read more
JAM Theatricals Producer
Will Trice Producer
Tony Awards for All the Way, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and Porgy and Bess; as well as nominations for Fiddler on the Roof, Wolf Hall, You Can't Take It With You, The Glass Menagerie and The Best Man. ... read more
Harvey Weinstein Producer

Awards and Nominations

2014 Drama Desk Awards
Outstanding Director of a Play: Bill Rauch was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Play: Robert Schenkkan won.
Outstanding Projection Design: Shawn Sagady was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Sound Design in a Play: Paul James Prendergast was nominated but did not win.

2014 Drama League Awards
Distinguished Performance Award: Bryan Cranston was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Production of a Broadway or Off-Broadway Play: All the Way won.

2014 New York Drama Critics Circle Awards
Best American Play: 0 won.

2014 Outer Critics Circle Awards
Outstanding Director of a Play: Bill Rauch was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding New Broadway Play: All the Way won.

2014 Theatre World Awards
Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debut Performance: Bryan Cranston won.

2014 Tony Awards
Best Play: American Repertory Theater won.
Best Play: The Oregon Shakespeare Festival won.
Best Play: Will Trice won.
Best Play: Cheryl Wiesenfeld won.
Best Play: Gabrielle Palitz won.
Best Play: JAM Theatricals won.
Best Play: Gutterman Chernoff won.
Best Play: Caiola Productions won.
Best Play: William Berlind won.
Best Play: Harvey Weinstein won.
Best Play: Barbara H. Freitag won.
Best Play: Scott M. Delman won.
Best Play: Rebecca Gold won.
Best Play: Double Gemini Productions won.
Best Play: Stephanie P. McClelland won.
Best Play: Jerry Frankel won.
Best Play: Louise Gund won.
Best Play: Jeffrey Richards won.
Best Play: Robert Schenkkan won.
Best Play: Gene Korf was nominated but did not win.

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