From Williamstown to Broadway: MTC Announces New Associate Artistic Producer

News   From Williamstown to Broadway: MTC Announces New Associate Artistic Producer
 
Manhattan Theatre Club has announced that Stephen M. Kaus will be the company's new associate artistic producer; he comes to the Broadway and Off-Broadway theatre following a five-year tenure as the producer at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Kaus represented Williamstown on the Broadway transfers of The Elephant Man, The Bridges of Madison County, The Visit, Living on Love and the current MTC production of Fool for Love.

Prior to Williamstown, he worked as a production stage manager at The Public Theater, Roundabout Theatre Company, Lincoln Center Theater, Huntington Theatre, Old Globe, Atlantic Theater and many more. He is a graduate of Boston University.

"I am very happy to welcome Steve Kaus to Manhattan Theatre Club’s artistic team," said artistic director Lynne Meadow in a press statement. "I am looking forward to working with him. Steve brings with him a wealth of production experience and I know that he will be a valuable member of our artistic staff."

"I could not be more excited about joining the team at MTC and becoming a part of such a longstanding tradition of excellence in the American theatre," commented Kaus. "I look forward to working with Lynne and Barry [Grove], the top-notch staff, and the dedicated Board of Directors to create excellent work and nurture incredible talent. I know that it will be loads of fun."

For more information on MTC and the upcoming season, visit ManhattanTheatreClub.

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