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The Shubert Organization has been at the forefront of the
American theatre since the start of the 20th century. The
Organization currently owns or operates seventeen Broadway
theatres, one Off Broadway theatre (the href='
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). Outside
York the company owns (the Shubert in Boston and the href='/theatres/forrest_theatre_philly.asp'>Forrest in

Under the leadership of Philip J. Smith, Chairman and Co-CEO;
and Robert E. Wankel, President and Co-CEO, the firm continues
to be involved in the presentation of distinguished theatrical
presentations. Notable Shubert productions and co-productions
include Cats, Sunday in the Park with
, Dreamgirls, The Heidi
, Jerome Robbins' Broadway,
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby,
Song and Dance, Amadeus, The Gin
, The Blue Room, Dirty
, Dance of Death, Amour,
Passing Strange, the 2008 revival of
Equus, God of Carnage, Exit the
and the 2011 revival of That Championship

In addition to its theatre operations and producing activities, the
Shubert Organization also runs href=''>Shubert Ticketing and
href=''> Shubert
Ticketing provides every segment of the entertainment industry
with a single source for all its ticketing needs - box office sales,
telephone sales, internet sales, season and subscription sales,
group sales and more. href='/divisionsandaffiliates/theshubertfoundation.asp'>The Shubert
is the sole shareholder of The Shubert
Organization, Inc., and is dedicated to sustaining and advancing
live performing arts in the United States, with a particular emphasis
on theatre and a secondary focus on dance. The Foundation
provides general operating support to not-for-profit, professional,
resident theatre and dance companies, and to the href='/divisionsandaffiliates/shubertarchive.asp'>Shubert

Board of Directors
Philip J. Smith, Chairman, Co-CEO
Robert E. Wankel, Co-CEO, President
Wyche Fowler, Jr.
Diana Phillips
Lee J. Seidler
Michael I. Sovern
Stuart Subotnick

Shubert Organization

David Andrews, Senior Vice President of Shubert Ticketing
Elliot Greene, Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Juan Calvo, Vice President of Finance
Cathy Cozens, Vice President of Human Resouces
John Darby, Vice President of Facilities
Peter Entin, Vice President of Theatre Operations
Charles Flateman, Vice President of Marketing
Anthony LaMattina, Vice President of Audit & Production Finance
Brian Mahoney, Vice President of Ticket Sales
Dessie Moynihan, Vice President of Creative Projects
Julio Peterson, Vice President of Real Estate
Ken Page with Armelia McQueen, Nell Carter,
and Charlaine Woodard in Ain't Misbehavin', 1978
Architects of Current Shubert Theatres
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