Changes Announced for Jujamcyn Theaters Leadership

News   Changes Announced for Jujamcyn Theaters Leadership
Jujamcyn Theaters, the Broadway theatre-owning and producing organization, has done some reshuffling and re-titling of its senior team, Variety reported.

Micah Hollingworth, former manager of the Hilton Theatre, now called the Foxwoods Theatre, is vice president of company operations.

Paul Libin moves from producing director and vice president to executive vice president. Creative director Jack Viertel is now a senior vice president. Meredith Villatore remains chief financial officer. Hal Goldberg becomes vice president of theatre operations. Jennifer Hershey takes on the title of vice president of building operations.

The changes follow the recent departure of general manager and general counsel Daniel Adamian, according to the trade paper.

"We restructured our senior team in an effort to work more effectively with both our theatergoers and our theatremakers to deliver a remarkable experience," Jujamcyn president Jordan Roth told Variety.

Jujamcyn Theaters, founded in 1956, owns and operates five theatres on Broadway — the St. James, Al Hirschfeld, August Wilson, Eugene O'Neill and Walter Kerr. For more information, visit

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