AFO Staff & Contact
Michael Wolk (Executive Director)
Michael Wolk is a producer, writer, composer and director. As CEO of Gorgeous Entertainment, he has produced on Broadway (Pacific Overtures); at Lincoln Center (Musashi, Temple of the Golden Pavillion); at BAM (Macbeth); Kennedy Center (Up In The Air); and in Central Park (Japan Day @ Central Park since its inception in 2007). His writing credits include screenplays (Innocent Blood, Warner Bros., (directed by John Landis)), mystery novels (The Beast ON Broadway, Signet); and plays (Femme Fatale (Broadway Play Publishing)). He also wrote the book, music and lyrics for Deep Cover, which premiered at the 2009 New York Musical Theatre Festival. He has directed plays and films including the award-winning documentary You Think You Really Know Me: The Gary Wilson Story, which screened at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and is available on Plexifilm DVD. He is currently writing the book for the musical Iron Chef with Tony-winning composer Mark Hollmann. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild.
Peter Breger (Legal Counsel)
Peter Breger is an entertainment attorney and general manager who has represented theatre and film producers, investors, commercial and non-profit theatres, writers, directors, and performers for over twenty-five years. He is a Tony-Nominated producer of Broadway, Off-Broadway and Regional Theatre. He owned and operated The Actors’ Playhouse in Greenwich Village, New York for 12 years. Mr. Breger is the Chairman of the Off-Broadway Alliance, a non-profit corporation organized by theatre professionals dedicated to supporting, promoting and encouraging production and to making live theater increasingly accessible to new and diverse audiences. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Town Square Productions (General Manager)
Town Square Productions is a theatrical management and creative development company owned and operated by Don Frantz and Laurie Brown. For the past 10 years, TSP has produced & managed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, National Tours, Special Events, Internationally Award winning shows at Theme Parks, and throughout all of China. www.TownSquareProductions.com
Susan L. Schulman (General Press Representative)
Susan L. Schulman handles publicity for Broadway and off-Broadway plays and musicals, national tours, arts institutions, cabaret, TV, special events and individual personalities. Her many Broadway credits include Applause, Scapino, Sly Fox, Bob Fosse’s Dancin’, A Streetcar Named Desire, Death and the Maiden, Requiem for a Heavyweight, State Fair, and Dream. She has handled many not-for-profit arts institutions including MTC, Dance Theatre of Harlem, CAP21, York Theatre, Colleagues Theatre, Joffrey and Feld Ballets as well as TONY Award winners/nominees Karen Ziemba, Brian Stokes Mitchell and Kathleen Chalfant among others. She is featured in three recent theatre books: It Happened on Broadway (Myrna and Harvey Frommer); The Birth of Shylock and the Death of Zero Mostel (Arnold Wesker), and Peter Filichia’s Broadway Musicals: The Biggest Hits and The Biggest Flops 1959-2009. Susan has served as a NYSCA Theatre Program Panelist. www.schulmanpublicity.com.
Corinne Woods (Associate Producer)
Corinne Woods started at All For One as an intern in February 2011. In September, she returned to All For One as the festival’s Production Manager. In Spring 2011, Corinne interned for the American Theatre Wing’s SpringboardNYC program, a two-week intensive bootcamp for new actors. She is finishing her MA at NYU in the Draper program, studying theatre and human rights. AD: Decompression (FringeNYC), The Moose that Roared (The Brick). SM: Good Morning Anita Hill… (Ko Festival), Romeo & Juliet (Snorks and Pins), From the Mixed-Up Files… (ArtsPower), Tea for 3 (LPAC Residency Program), The Laramie Project (4th Universalist), Love’s Labour’s Lost (Snorks & Pins), Critical Mass (ASM – Heiress Productions), B*tch (Dream Up Festival), and staged readings at The Lark Play Development Center.
Patrice Miller (Director of Development)
Patrice Miller works throughout the New York theater community as a consultant, producer, director/choreographer and an educator. She is a proud board member of Untitled Theater Company #61 (with whom she had the honor of choreographing Vaclav Havel’s last work, The Pig or Vaclav Havel’s Hunt for the Pig, among other works with Edward Einhorn), a volunteer and Master Mason at The Brick Theater in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and one half of Tux and Tom Productions, under which she has developed The Moose That Roared (a surreal drama about Theodore Roosevelt, the 1912 election and natural history) and Elevator (a sound-driven drama about an elevator in the Empire State Building. Past producing credits include the works of Carner and Gregor throughout New York City and work at The New York Musical Theater Festival. Before arriving at AFO, she frequently worked as a consultant with small arts non-profits in NYC. Patrice’s philosophy that non-profit theater development is a dynamic, holistic undertaking linking education, activism, and passionate donors and funders with professional, high-quality art stems her work as a teaching artist in the NYC public schools and a working artist.
Gianfranco Lentini (Literary Intern)
Gianfranco Lentini is a student at Hofstra University pursuing a dual bachelor degree in English and Drama. At Hofstra he has worked as a dramaturg on Five Women Wearing the Same Dress and Raised in Captivity and as an assistant stage manager for The Learned Ladies. Last summer he served as a production intern for New York Classical Theatre Company’s production of Twelfth Night and worked as a student contributing writer for Theatermania University.
Cameron Draper (Communications Intern)
Cameron Draper is a student at Hofstra University pursuing a dual bachelor degree in Drama and Public Relations. At Hofstra he has performed in Raised in Captivity, Dead Man’s Cellphone, and The Learned Ladies. He is also on the public relations crew for the Hofstra University Department of Drama and Dance.
Lauryn Shirra (Development/General Management Intern)
Lauryn Shirra is a student at Wagner College pursuing a degree in Arts Administration with a concentration in Theatre. Lauryn currently works as an Administrative Assistant for the Wagner College Theatre office. She is also the Secretary of the Society of Arts Administration Students, in which members fund raise for Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights Aids.
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