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.
Adam J. Miller
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.