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The Elephant Man - Broadway Creative Team


The Elephant Man Broadway

Production Staff

Bernard Pomerance Playwright
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
Catherine Adler Producer
Roger Berlind Producer
Berlind was a New York City theatrical producer and board member of Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc. and Lehman Brothers Inc. He was one of the founders of Carter, Berlind, Potoma & Weill in 1960, a company that would later through Sandy Weill become Shearson Loeb Rhoades, which was eventually sold to American Express in 1981 for approximately $930 million in stock. Recent productions include The Book of Mormon, Copenhagen; Kiss Me, Kate; Proof; Medea; Anna in the Tropics; Caroline, or Change; Wonderful Town; Doubt; The History Boys; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; Faith Healer; Deuce; The Year of Magical Thinking; Curtains; ... read more
Patrick Catullo Producer
Patrick Catullo is currently represented on Broadway by Kimberly Akimbo; Here Lies Love; Merrily We Roll Along; Gutenberg! The Musical and the upcoming revival of An Enemy of the People.Previous credits include Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man & The Pool; David Byrne’s American Utopia (for which he received a Special Tony Award as well an Emmy nomination); Girl From the North Country; Fleabag; Network; The Boys in the Band; 1984; Nick Kroll & John Mulaney’s Oh, Hello on Broadway; Fully Committed; Gypsy (West End revival); The Elephant Man; Hedwig and the Angry Inch; If/Then; Next to Normal and The 25th ... read more
Jim Dolan Producer
Scott Ellis Director
Ellis is the Associate Artistic Director of Roundabout Theatre Company. His Broadway credits include She Loves Me (Tony Award nomination, Outer Critics Circle nomination), You Can’t Take It With You (Tony Award nomination, Outer Critics Circle nomination), On the Twentieth Century (Outer Critics Circle nomination), The Elephant Man (Outer Critics Circle nomination), The Mystery Of Edwin Drood (Tony nomination), Harvey, Curtains (Tony nomination), The Little Dog Laughed (Lortel nomination), Twelve Angry Men (Tony nomination), The Man Who Had All The Luck, The Rainmaker, 1776 (Drama Desk, Tony nomination), Company, Steel Pier (Tony nomination), She Loves Me (First Revival, Tony nomination), ... read more
Roy Furman Producer
Credits include Evita, The Book of Mormon, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Seminar. Recent productions: House of Blue Leaves, West Side Story, La Bete, Come Fly Away, Ragtime, Gypsy, The Color Purple, Spamalot. Co-founded the investment firm Furman Selz, currently vice chairman Jeffries & Company. Vice chairman of Lincoln Center, Chairman emeritus of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, vice president NY City Opera. ... read more
Larry Hirschhorn Producer
Producer. ... read more
Van Kaplan Producer
Producer- Farinelli and the King Producer - The Elephant Man Producer- On Your Feet Producer -Catch Me If You Can Producer- The Addams Family Producer -Come Fly Away Producer- An American in Paris Director/Producer The Jimmy Awards ... read more Credits: Evita; Sugar Babies; Me and My Girl; The Goat (Tony Award); Movin’ Out (Tony Award); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; Cyrano; Dirty Dancing; West Side Story; 9 to 5; The Addams Family; Merchant of Venice; Race; Promises, Promises; Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark; Priscilla Queen of the Desert; and Hello, Dolly! (Tony Award). ... read more
Drew Levy Sound Design
Broadway: Oklahoma! (Tony nom., Drama Desk nom.), Honeymoon in Vegas (Drama Desk nom.), Chaplin (Drama Desk Award), The Winslow Boy, The Importance of Being Earnest, Present Laughter. Off-Broadway: Judgment Day (Park Avenue Armory), Oklahoma! (St. Ann’s), Cleopatra, One Day the Musical, The Weir, Why Torture Is Wrong…, Emergence-See!, Rainbow Kiss, Dutchman (AUDELCO Viv nom.). Regional: The Old Globe, “Heartbreak Hotel” (Chicago), ART, Williamstown, Huntington, Westport Country Playhouse, Two River Theater, McCarter Theater, Arena Stage, Long Wharf. ... read more
Hal Luftig Producer
Winner of three Tony Awards and London’s Olivier Award, producer Hal Luftig has worked on and Off-Broadway for the past 25 years. Broadway: Evita, Catch Me If You Can, Come Fly Away, West Side Story, All My Sons, Legally Blonde, The Times They Are A-Changin’, Whoopi, Movin’ Out, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Annie Get Your Gun, High Society, The Diary of Anne Frank, Play On!, The King and I, Moon Over Buffalo, Angels in America, Jelly’s Last Jam, Death and the Maiden, The Secret Garden. Hal has an M.F.A. from Columbia University/ ... read more
Timothy R. Mackabee Scenic and Projection Design
Arielle Tepper Madover is a Tony Award-winning Theater & Film Producer, native New Yorker, and founder of premier concierge service, WhatShouldWeDo?! She also serves as the Board Chair for The Public Theater in New York. In 1998, after graduating from Syracuse University, Madover founded Arielle Tepper Madover Productions, a theatrical production company to develop and produce plays and musicals both on and off Broadway. Her first production was John Leguizamo's Freak, a semi-autobiographical one-person play that ran for six months at the Cort Theater in New York. Arielle’s producing credits include the film Genius and many acclaimed Broadway and Off-Broadway shows ... read more
Peter May 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
WLE MSG Producer
James L. Nederlander is President of the Nederlander Organization and son of James M. Nederlander (Chairman). He is the third generation of a family known for owning and operating theatres around the world as well as theatrical productions, cultural presentations and popular music attractions. Current productions include West Side Story, The Addams Family, Next to Normal and Race. Upcoming productions include a live show with magician David Blaine. ... read more The Shubert Organization is America's oldest professional theatre company and the largest theatre owner on the Broadway. Since the dawn of the 20th Century, Shubert has operated hundreds of theatres and produced hundreds of plays and musicals both in New York City and throughout the United States. Shubert currently owns and operates seventeen Broadway theatres and six off-Broadway venues. ... read more
Bernard Pomerance Playwright
Clint Ramos Costume Design
Notable set/costume designs include: Broadway: Once on This Island (Tony, Outer Critics, Drama Desk nomination), Sunday in the Park With George, Six Degrees of Separation, In Transit, Eclipsed (Tony Award), The Elephant Man (Broadway, West End), Violet. Off-Broadway: Familiar, The True, Here Lies Love (NY, London), Sweet Charity, Bella, and Booty Candy. Over 200 regional and international credits. Encores! Off-Center Principal Designer. Awards: Obie Award for Sustained Excellence, 3 Lucille Lortels, TDF Sharaff Award, 2 ATW Henry Hewes, Helen Hayes. Upcoming: Wild Goose Dreams. Head of Design at Fordham University Theatre Program. @clintramos ... read more
Philip S. Rosenberg Lighting Design
Douglas G. Smith Producer
Philip J. Smith Producer
(Chairman, The Shubert Organization)
Philip J. Smith is the Chairman and Co-CEO of the Shubert Organization. ... read more
Robert E. Wankel Producer
(President, The Shubert Organization)
Robert E. Wankel is the President and Co-CEO of the Shubert Organization. ... read more
Harvey Weinstein Producer
Producer
Scott Zeilinger Producer
Brian Zeilinger Producer

Awards and Nominations

2015 BroadwayWorld Awards
Best Revival of a Play: The Elephant Man won.

2015 Drama Desk Awards
Outstanding Revival of a Play: The Elephant Man won.

2015 Drama League Awards
Distinguished Performance Award: Bradley Cooper was nominated but did not win.
Outstanding Revival of a Broadway or Off-Broadway Play: Bernard Pomerance was nominated but did not win.

2015 Outer Critics Circle Awards
Outstanding Revival of a Play: The Elephant Man was nominated but did not win.

2015 Tony Awards
Best Revival of a Play: Hal Luftig was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Williamstown Theatre Festival was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Brian Zeilinger was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Scott Zeilinger was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: WLE MSG, LLC. was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Jonathan M. Tisch was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Douglas Smith was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: The Shubert Organization was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Stephanie P. McClelland was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Peter May was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Arielle Tepper Madover was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: The Elephant Man was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Edward M. Kaufmann was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Van Kaplan was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Jeffrey Finn Productions was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Larry Hirschhorn was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Roy Furman was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Patrick Catullo was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Caiola Productions was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Roger Berlind was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Catherine Adler was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: Terry Allen Kramer was nominated but did not win.
Best Revival of a Play: James L. Nederlander was nominated but did not win.

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