Ken Greenblatt is Chairman of GFour Productions, one of the fastest growing production companies in the theatrical community. He began producing in 1981 with NINE THE MUSICAL which won him the Tony Award® for Best Musical in 1982, followed by another Tony® win for Best Musical for LA CAGE AUX FOLLES in 1984. Since then, his collective shows have been nominated for 76 Tony Awards®, winning 30; 53 Drama Desk Awards, winning 23; and 13 Outer Critic Awards winning nine. Among his favorite productions are MY ONE AND ONLY starring Tommy Tune & Twiggy, ZORBA THE GREEK starring Anthony Quinn, GRIND starring Ben Vereen, THE RINK starring Liza Minnelli and Chita Rivera, BABY, GRAND HOTEL starring Liza Minnelli, Chita Rivera, Jane Krakowski & Jason Alexander, BIG, TRUE WEST Starring John Malkovich, CATSKILLS ON BROADWAY starring Freddie Roman, and both the original and revival of LA CAGE AUX FOLLES starring Gene Barry, George Hearn, which won him the Tony Award for Best Musical in 1983 and the Tony Award for Best Revival in 2004. RING OF FIRE: The Johnny Cash Musical Show, the romantic comedy I LOVE YOU BECAUSE, and 9 to 5 THE MUSICAL starring Allison Janney with music and lyrics by Dolly Parton; WRONG TURN AT LUNGFISH, directed by Garry Marshall and starring George, C Scott, and Tony Danza; and SALLY MARR, starring Joan Rivers. GFour Productions currently produces & owns MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL®, which has played to over 17 million people worldwide and is the longest-running musical in Las Vegas history.
A Tony Award® winner for his work on the 50th anniversary production of WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF, Seth would be the first to tell you that he’s lived a theatrical life. A graduate of UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film and Television, he was bitten early by the entertainment bug and has worked in theatre and film ever since. Some of his favorite highlights include producing 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL on Broadway with Dolly Parton, co-financing the Tony Award® and Olivier Award-winning musicals THE BOOK OF MORMON and MATILDA THE MUSICAL, and directing the award-winning documentary F(L)AG FOOTBALL (FlagFootballTheMovie.com). He currently has THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG, THE BOOK OF MORMON, THE INHERITANCE and TINA: THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL running on Broadway, and SIX THE MUSICAL opening in February 2020; and FIDDLER ON THE ROOF and THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG on national tour in the U.S. Seth is also a founding member of the Broadway Green Alliance, helping to green the Great White Way, for more information on that effort please visit BroadwayGreen.com.
Kim is proud to have been part of the original management team for MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL ® since March 2005. Traveling with MTM for over five years in the roles of company manager and stage manager gave her the opportunity to visit 48 of the 50 United States and six of the 10 Provinces of Canada. After taking a “Menopause” break from August 2010 thru April 2013 as the Managing Director for Merrimack Hall Performing Arts Center in Huntsville, Alabama, Kim was thrilled to relocate to South Florida to join the GFour producing team as Director of Operations. In 2016, she was promoted to General Manager. Before MTM, Kim was the resident stage manager for the Chicago Theater in her home city for four years. She graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a BA in Communication with an emphasis in Theater Management and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. With over 100 productions on her resume, one of Kim’s most memorable stage management moments was having the honor and privilege of working with Ossie Davis on BINGO LONG AND HIS TRAVELING ALL-STARS AND MOTOR KINGS ® in both Chicago and New Jersey.
Ashley is an award-winning marketing and communications executive, having worked in media and nonprofit management as the Development Director of Shambhala New York, Director of Communications for Shambhala International, Executive Director of Merrimack Hall Performing Arts Center in Huntsville, Alabama, and a journalist at the San Jose Mercury News. She oversaw the production and national press campaign for AMERICAN GRADUATE DAY, a live, seven-hour national PBS broadcast hosted by Soledad O’Brien. She holds her BA in Communications from the University of Michigan and MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business with specializations in Marketing, Entertainment and Media. Ashley is the recipient of the Cynopsis Social Good Award for Best Integrated Marketing Campaign, and multiple ADDY® Awards for her theatrical marketing work.
Clarke joined the GFour Productions team in 2017. In his new role of Director of Booking and Licensing, he works with venues to bring GFour’s award-winning shows to theatres around the globe. Clarke’s knowledge of marketing communications allows him to develop booking strategies using tools obtained through 20 years as a marketing agency owner. His diverse history in sales gives Clarke a unique strategy for building success between venue and producer, helping to create long-term strategies and ongoing partnerships.
With GFour Productions: MOTHERHOOD THE MUSICAL and MIDDLETOWN. Off-Broadway: Eve Ensler’s FRUIT TRILOGY, THE GENTLEMAN CALLER, THE BOY WHO DANCED ON AIR, MOTHER OF INVENTION, and STET. Other New York credits include MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, and CLIMB THE SMALLEST MOUNTAIN. Chicago credits include work on commercials, SHAMELESS, CHICAGO FIRE, and ROMEO AND JULIET. Feature Films: THE EMPATH, FRIENDS, FIRST AND FOREMOST, THE HOUSE OF USHER, and THE VISIT. With Calleri Casting she worked on projects for Williamstown Theatre Festival, Classic Stage Company, and the Barry Manilow musical HARMONY. Regionally, she has worked with Denver Center Theatre, Geva Theatre, Cleveland Playhouse, Cape Playhouse, Arena Stage, The Magic Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Northern Stage, Arizona Theatre Company, Syracuse Stage, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Bucks County Playhouse, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, and Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Other recent projects include several PBS films, industrials, and independent films.
Alyssa Holland grew up with a passion for the arts. Throughout her life she was involved in theater, whether it was on stage or behind the scenes. She graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Finance. Upon graduating, she moved back to South Florida and joined the GFour Productions team.
Benjamin Monk started as Associate Producer for GFOUR PRODUCTIONS in 2019 to oversee the new London base, following his role as Associate Producer for GREENLEAF PRODUCTIONS. Credits for GFOUR include The Inheritance (Broadway) & Bitter Wheat (West End). Benjamin trained on the Young Producers programme at the Battersea Arts Centre & Young Vic, London, following theatre research conducted through an Arts & Humanities Research Council scholarship. Prior to this, Benjamin studied BA Drama at the University of Kent in the United Kingdom, graduating with yearly academic awards, before completing a Masters at the University of Manchester on an academic scholarship.
Show Merchandisers, LLC.
Jim Erlick, The Erlick Group
Lerro & Chandross Victor Lerro
St. Onge, Steward, Johnston, & Reens LLC; Gene Winter/Jonathan Winter
Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP,
Stuart Singer/James Grippando
In House Counsel
Kenneth & Sandi Greenblatt
Alan & Kathi Glist