Stephen is enjoying over two decades of distributing, producing and presenting touring productions throughout North America. As the co-owner and primary sales agent at The Road Company, he directly books all First National tours and oversees all of the touring product the company represents. In addition to Broadway touring product, Stephen has been successful in booking family attractions, one-person shows, symphony orchestras, traditional and modern dance & music companies and world-class magic into venues around the world. Originally from New York City, he is a proud alumnus of Syracuse University where he graduated with a degree in Music Performance.
Brett oversees all operational aspects of The Road Company, including finances, technology and legal matters. Brett has more than 20 years of experience in theatrical booking, plus additional background in company and general management as well as arts administration. He is also an attorney (retired!). Brett hails from Baltimore, MD and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.
Magaly is the Vice President of Sales at The Road Company and has been part of the sales team for more than 11 years. She has worked on and has been the responsible agent for over 50 tours during her tenure, including Dirty Dancing, The Sound of Music, Billy Elliot, The Color Purple and Kinky Boots. Prior to joining The Road Company, Magaly worked at Richard Frankel Productions, The Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey and The New Jersey Theater Alliance. Magaly, her husband and two boys live in New Jersey and being a mom/wife is her proudest accomplishment.
Shawn facilitates the negotiation and execution of the booking contracts managed by The Road Company. Previous New York experience includes two years managing the grant programs of a private foundation supporting not for profit theatre. In addition, Shawn was an assistant at a commercial general management firm and company managed two Off-Broadway productions. Originally from Florida, Shawn graduated from Florida State University and moved to New York in 1996.
Jenny is a graduate of Fordham University with a degree in Communication and Media Studies. Before joining The Road Company, she spent 7 years working on the general management staff at Broadway's Hilton Theatre (where 42nd Street, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Young Frankenstein played). Jenny is also Associate Artistic Director for The CRY HAVOC Company (www.cryhavoccompany.org), where she oversees the company's new play development and artist training programs. As an actor, she has appeared in dozens of stage productions, commercials, television shows, and films. Also a playwright, her plays have been produced at Lincoln Center and at theaters across the United States, Norway, Germany, Indonesia, Costa Rica, and South Africa.
Justine graduated from Emerson College with a BA in Theatre Studies and minor in writing. Prior to moving to New York in 2010, she was an active member of the Boston theatre community and could often be found in the box office at the historical Cutler Majestic Theatre at Emerson College. She assisted in developing ticketing and front of house operating procedures for the reopening of Boston's Paramount Center, now home to a newly restored 596-seat main stage, a black box theatre, screening room, and several rehearsal studios. Before joining The Road Company in 2011, Justine was the assistant box office manager for Theatre Row's six off-Broadway theatres.
Joe is a graduate of Boston University where he earned a BA in Political Science and a minor in Mass Communication. Upon graduation, Joe was the Deputy Finance Director for Steve Kerrigan’s campaign for Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor. He has also served as a reporter with Gatehouse Media newspapers in the Boston area and in a host of roles at the Tremont School, a private school in Weston, Massachusetts. Before arriving at The Road Company, Joe interned in the Artistic Office at Manhattan Theatre Club. Joe originally hails from Evanston, Illinois.
Michelle graduated Magna Cum Laude from Queens College, CUNY where she received her BA in Drama and Theatre. She was awarded the prestigious Ed Greenberg Musical Theatre Award for her academic achievements within her field of study. Before going “behind the scenes” joining the world of Theatre Administration, Michelle could be seen on-stage. To name a few of her most memorable performances, she has played Gloria in Damn Yankees, Coaxer in Threepenny Opera, and was singled out as a first runner up in the American Idol Experience at Disney MGM Studios. She has studied under the direction of some of theatre's greats including Chapman Roberts, Charles Repole, Travis Greisler, Karen Mason, and more. Michelle is excited to be joining The Road Company, which will give her the opportunity to share her love of theatre with a much wider audience.