Page To Stage

14 - Hunter Arnold, Theatrical Producer

av Page To Stage | Publicerades 11/25/2019

Select Broadway and West End: Slava's SnowShow, The Inheritance  (Olivier Award); Hadestown (Tony Award); Once on This Island (Tony Award); Dear Evan Hansen (Tony Award); Kinky Boots (Tony Award, Olivier Award); Deaf West Theatre’s Spring Awakening (Tony nomination); The Visit (Tony nomination); Mothers and Sons (Tony nomination); Anastasia;  Moulin Rouge!; Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune; Tina—The Musical;  Betrayal; Pretty Woman; The Jungle; The Goat, Or Who Is Sylvia?; Disaster!; It’s Only a Play; The Bridges of Madison County. Off-Broadway: Little Shop of Horrors.   In addition to his producing projects, Hunter is the founder and CEO of ARTech Holdings, LLC, an incubator and holding company focused on generating technologies to support the live arts community. Amongst ARTech’s offerings is the premier theatrical ticketing and web presence software for schools and small theatre companies, www.OnTheStage.com. Hunter is also a General Partner with the Broadway Strategic Return Fund, the first focused, vertically-integrated, profit-driven evergreen hedge fund for accredited investors to capture exceptional returns from investments in Broadway musicals and plays.   Hunter earned his bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurial Business from DePaul University and his Master’s in Business Administration from TRIUM, a joint program representing NYU Stern School of Business, H.E.C. Paris and the London School of Economics. He is a frequent lecturer and guest professor on Entertainment Trends and Economics, Commercial Theatre and Working in The Arts. Connect with Hunter: @HunterCArnold Follow us: PAGE TO STAGE: Instagram or Facebook MARY DINA: Instagram or Twitter BRIAN SEDITA: Instagram or Website BROADWAY PODCAST NETWORK: Website or Instagram #PageToStagePodcast

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