I saw Indecent during it's off-Broadway run at the Vineyard Theater on May 23, 2016 and when the curtain came down and the lights came up, I knew my life had been changed. I felt my ancestors were reaching through those theater walls to talk to me. I knew this was a story that had to be told and that I had to be a part of the journey to Broadway. 

From Pulitzer Prize winner Paula Vogel (How I Learned to Drive) comes a provocative new play inspired by a true story. INDECENT follows the incredible journey of a controversial piece of theater and the passionate artists who risked their lives to perform it.

And what a journey it was! After being nominated for three Tony Awards, winning two, Indecent was set to close June 25th, 2017. But in "a rare, almost unheard-of move, the play’s producers announced late Thursday June 22nd that the production — which was set to close on June 25 because of poor ticket sales — would in fact stay open through Aug. 6 at the Cort Theater." (The New York TimesWe finished the run playing to standing room only crowds and critical acclaim.

The show will live on for future generations, as we were lucky enough to have the show recorded for PBS Great Performances and BroadwayHD

GREAT PERFORMANCES | Official Trailer: Indecent | PBS

In addition to being a co-Producer on this show, I managed and maintained our social media channels in tandem with the advertising agency. I actively grew our followers to over 6,000 and was consistently featured in the top BroadwayBriefing pro social media rankings. 

Indecent's first regional premiere was at the Guthrie Theater in February 2018. Additional productions recently played in Chicago and Palm Beach. Upcoming productions include:

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