Jason E. Grossman

Jason E. Grossman ProducerJASON E. GROSSMAN is an award-winning theatrical producer.Current productions include the Broadway premiere of Come From Away and the upcoming world premiere of Romantics Anonymous the Musical at Shakespeare’s Globe set for fall 2017. Recent productions include Nevermore — The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe (nominated for three 2015 Lortel Awards including Outstanding Musical), Shear Madness and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (winner of the 2013 Tony, Drama Desk, NY Drama Critics, Drama League, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Play).  Jason’s other producing credits include the Broadway and National Tour engagements of Peter and the Starcatcher (winner of 5 Tony Awards) and The Pee-wee Herman Showand the Olivier Award-nominated West End production of Lend Me A Tenor The Musical, a new musical comedy based on the international hit play by Ken Ludwig.  For three and a half years he worked for Scott Sanders Productions, the lead producer of The Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway and the musical The Color Purple, and a producer of the Disney film The Odd Life of Timothy Green.  Prior to that, he was with Eric Krebs Productions as the Coordinating Producer of Laughing Liberally (Off-Broadway, Los Angeles, Boston and Las Vegas), Will Durst: The All-American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing (New World Stages, NY), and Serenade the World: Music and Words by Oscar Brown Jr. (New York Musical Theater Festival). Independently, he directed and produced the 2004 IRNE-nominated show Riding the Wave.com at the Greenwich Street Theater as part of the New York International Fringe Festival. His regional directing credits include Peace by Barry Oshry (Hovey Players), Heartbeat by Lisa Seymore-Terry (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre), Moon Over Buffalo by Ken Ludwig (Mercutio, Emerson), Cowboy Mouth by Sam Shepard (Mercutio, Emerson). Jason has assistant directed and conducted educational research at New Repertory Theatre in Boston for the productions Jerusalem, A Skull in Connemara, Waiting for Godot, A Girls’ War, Yellowman, and Scapin. In 2003, he collaborated with Robbie McCauley and playwright Daniel Alexander Jones in the world premiere of Bel Canto, which was work-shopped at the Sundance Theatre Institute. Jason is a graduate of Emerson College and serves on the alumni board.

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