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Thompson Turner Productions Team

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David Turner

Principal 

 

David began working with the late Stuart Thompson in 2008. Broadway productions they managed together include Boeing-Boeing, God of Carnage, Jerusalem, You’re Welcome America, and The Book of Mormon worldwide. Together they formed Thompson Turner Productions in 2015 and continued their collaboration on King Charles III, The Present, Sweat, Six Degrees of Separation, and Mean Girls. David’s previous management credits include …Spelling Bee, Show Boat and Barrymore on Broadway and numerous Off-Broadway plays and musicals as well as work for The Public Theatre, Circle Repertory Company, Manhattan Theatre Club, and The Spoleto Festival. From 1994 to 2007 he founded and ran the Adirondack Theatre Festival, a summer theatre dedicated to new and contemporary work where he produced more than 60 plays and musicals and led the construction of a new theatre in a vacant Woolworths store in Glens Falls, NY. David graduated from the University of Michigan after growing up in western Michigan and Toronto, Canada, and is pleased to make New York City his home with his wife Martha Banta and their son Henry.
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Adam J. Miller

General Manager

 

Adam is currently general managing the Broadway and National Tours of The Book of Mormon and Mean Girls and the Broadway production of Company, while consulting on all international productions of Mormon. He has been with STP/TTP since 2008 (The Seagull, Boeing-Boeing, Exit the King, Lend Me a Tenor, and Elling). Previous Broadway management credits include Urinetown the Musical (Broadway and National Tour), Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Bombay Dreams, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Ring of Fire, A Chorus Line, and Burn the Floor. He earned a B.A. in Arts Administration from the University of Kentucky and an M.F.A. in Theatre Management and Producing from Columbia University.
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Rebecca Habel

General Manager

 

Rebecca has been the general manager of more than 30 productions on and off-Broadway at Vineyard Theatre, Roundabout Theatre and at Thompson Turner Productions. She is currently a general manager of the Broadway and National Tour productions of Mean Girls and of Company on Broadway. She recently general managed The Jungle at the Curran in San Francicso. She co-created and produced Reconfiguration: An Evening with Other Lives in BAM’s Next Wave Festival and was a producing consultant for The Park Avenue Armory on The Hairy Ape. She has an M.A in Performing Arts Administration from New York University and was an adjunct professor in the theatre department at the Tisch School of the Arts.

Drew Kowalkowski

COO

 
Before coming to TTP, Drew was operations manager at the Westside Theatre off-Broadway and at Central Square Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and has experience in production management, ticketing, and marketing with theatres and opera companies across Colorado, Massachusetts, and NYC. As the founding managing director of Wheatland Theatre Company, he created a program to bring professional theatre artists to work alongside and mentor local volunteers in a rural, remote area of Washington State, growing the company over a decade from a tiny community theatre to a stable, NEA-funded nonprofit organization and drawing audiences from throughout Eastern Washington. Someday he may finish his MFA in Theatre Management and Producing at Columbia University.  

Garrett Holtz

Engagement Manager

 
Garrett has been with Thompson Turner Productions since 2015. Prior to joining the company, he worked for the Providence Performing Arts Center, Columbia Artists Theatricals, and The Road Company, gaining valuable experience in the touring Broadway industry along the way. Originally from Denver, Garrett lives in Brooklyn with his wife Emily and their cat Hermione. He is honored to have the opportunity to work on The Book of Mormon and Mean Girls.

Sally Burgos

Assistant

 
Sally has been a freelance stage manager for over a decade, stage managing plays, operas, musicals, puppetry, and children’s productions off-Broadway and off-off Broadway in NYC and for theaters in Washington DC, Florida, and Boston. She is thrilled to be a part of the TTP team and assist in the relaunch of Broadway after a global lockdown. Sally has her B.A in producing and management in theater arts from Marymount Manhattan College.

James Lawson

Company Manager

The Book of Mormon
Broadway credits: The Book of Mormon; The Mystery of Edwin Drood; Harvey; On A Clear Day…; Catch Me If You Can; West Side Story (2011); Grease (2009); The Times They Are A-Changin’; I am My Own Wife; Saturday Night Fever; The Gershwins’ Fascinatin’ Rhythm; Sandra Bernhard’s I’m Still Here…Damn It!

Jasmin Jakobsen

Associate Company Manager

The Book of Mormon
Broadway Credits: The Book of Mormon, Disaster! Touring Credits: Motown The Musical (2nd National), Pippin (1st National). Off-Broadway Credits: iLuminate (Company Manager). Jasmin has also worked on such Broadway productions as Waitress, Finding Neverland, Chicago, Aladdin and Wicked. Originally from California’s Central Coast, Jasmin is a proud San Diego State Alum (Aztecs for Life!) and a die-hard Lakers fan. #yolo

Brittany Weber

Company Manager

Company
Brittany Weber is the current Company Manager of Company but started as an intern at TTP over 10 years ago. Previously, she was the General Manager of Mean Girls and Associate Company Manager on The Book of Mormon and was the Assistant to the General Manager on numerous TTP managed plays, including God of Carnage, The House of Blue Leaves, and The Motherf**ker with the Hat.

Justin Gleiberman

Associate Company Manager

Company
Broadway: CompanyHamilton, SpongeBob SquarePants, Sunset Boulevard, Matilda.  Off-Broadway: Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish.  National Tour: Million Dollar Quartet.  Tufts University graduate.

Ryan Lympus

Company Manager

Mean Girls National Tour
After eight years of company managing several off-Broadway and Broadway productions in New York, Ryan finally got his chance to hit the road.  Mean Girls National Tour is Ryan’s first production with Thompson Turner Productions.  Previously, he was the company manager for the tours of Jekyll & Hyde, Wicked, and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.  His love of hotel bars and airline rewards keeps him happy touring the country.

Rosa Taylor

Associate Company Manager

Mean Girls National Tour
Rosa’s Broadway credits include Ain’t Too Proud and School of Rock. First National Tours: Mean Girls, Something Rotten!, and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Rosa is originally from Morpeth, England, and received her B.S. in Arts Administration from Wagner College.
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Stuart Thompson

Co-Founder

Stuart was a six-time Tony Award-winning producer and general manager. He produced the three longest-running plays on Broadway of the past 26 years: Proof, The Tale of the Allergists Wife and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Select Broadway credits include Sweat; Six Degrees of Separation; The Present; King Charles III; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (2013); Death of a Salesman (2012); Jerusalem; The Motherf**ker With the Hat; A View From the Bridge (2010); God of Carnage; Exit the King; Doubt; Caroline, or Change; Take Me Out; Amy’s View; Closer; The Blue Room; Art; Skylight; Master Class; A Doll’s House; The Chairs; Blood Brothers; Tru; and A Few Good Men. West End credits: No Man’s Land, King Charles III. Additionally he was a producer of Mean Girls on Broadway and served as Executive Producer for the U.S companies of The Book of Mormon and co-produced the West End and Australian productions.
TTP is pleased to count Stuart’s husband, Joe Baker, as a vital and important part of our company. Joe produced the transfer of the Donmar Warehouse’s production of Sweat at the Gielgud Theatre in the West End, which won the Evening Standard Award for Best Play of 2019. He also co-produced the recent production of Death of a Salesman at the Young Vic and the West End. He is also a co-producer of Matthew Lopez’s The Inheritance, currently on Broadway.

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

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