VICTORIA LANG (Founder & Managing Member) has enjoyed an award-winning career in theatre, television and film. On the cutting edge of the best Off Broadway theatre in New York City she has produced such hits as FOUND: A New Musical, SILENCE! The Musical (Best Musical: Off Broadway Alliance Award, Top 5 Musicals: Time Magazine), SHOUT! The Mod Musical, JOHNNY GUITAR (Best Off-Broadway Musical: Outer Critics Circle Award), MATT & BEN (Top 5 Plays: Time Magazine), and David Friedman’s LISTEN TO MY HEART (Drama Desk Award); tours of SHOUT!, GIRLS NIGHT and DIVORCE PARTY THE MUSICAL.
Recent Broadway productions include SYLVIA, 1984, ESCAPE TO MARGARITAVILLE and the upcoming THE CHER SHOW, TOOTSIE, LOCH NESS and the national tour of THE LIGHTNING THIEF: THE PERCY JACKSON MUSICAL. London productions include: FUNNY GIRL, BAT BOY and SHOUT! Television: Live With Regis & Kathie Lee (3 Emmy nominations), Specials for PBS and A&E. Film: Macbeth in Manhattan (Winner:S.Beach &; LI Film Festivals), Perfect Lies, Dark Tides & more.
Victoria has managed the operations and finances of several successful businesses as Co-President of Plus Media and Plus Entertainment and President of Lang Entertainment Group. She is a long-standing member of the Off Broadway League and the Off Broadway Alliance.
RYAN BOGNER (Founder & Managing Member) has worked extensively with several of the most prominent theatrical producers and artists in New York City. He has produced shows On and Off Broadway as well as countless developmental workshops, readings, concerts and one-off events. Notable productions include: THE WOODSMAN, HERE LIES LOVE, THE ORION EXPERIENCE, YEAST NATION, DOCTOR ZHIVAGO, TOP HAT, BIG FISH, and CHEERS: LIVE ON STAGE among others.
From 2012-2016, Ryan served as the Director of Creative Development and Production at RKO Stage Productions, managing the theatrical rights in the RKO film catalogue and its producing and investing operations. He has worked with Stageworks Media and Playscripts.com in the creation and licensing of theatrical content with partners such as CBS and Sony Music.
Prior to beginning his producing career, Mr. Bogner worked in the executive and theater operations departments at Jujamcyn Theaters, and in the professional licensing department at Theatrical Rights Worldwide, managing licenses of such shows as SPAMALOT and THE COLOR PURPLE for major professional theaters domestically and internationally. Ryan holds a B.F.A. in Musical Theater and Directing from The Boston Conservatory, and an M.F.A. in Theater Management and Producing from Columbia University.
GLENN WHITE (Vice President of Sales, Agent-East Coast and Southeast) started his career in the late 80’s as an assistant in the music division at The William Morris Agency in NYC. In 1991 he began his career as a theatrical booking agent with American Family Theater in Philadelphia. After 5 years of booking children’s musicals, Glenn was hired by CAMI Theatricals in NYC and represented national touring musicals produced by Troika Entertainment. In the late 90’s Glenn moved on to Gurtman & Murtha Associates and then Living Arts, Inc., in New York City, where he was the national booking director for The Gershwin’s PORGY & BESS national tours.
In 2005, Glenn and his family relocated to Tampa, Florida. Shortly after the move, Glenn helped Orin Wolf launch Off Broadway Booking in NYC. After 5 successful years, OBB merged with AWA Touring to create AWA Partners in NYC, and Glenn was promoted to V.P. of Sales. In 2015, was hired by Starvox Booking, LLC as the V.P./Director of Sales.
Glenn has a B.S. in Business Administration from Bentley College in Waltham, MA, is married and has two boys, Alex & Colin.
MARY BUTLER (Booking Agent-West Coast and Midwest) comes to Off Broadway Touring with many years of experience as a music and theatre booking agent. Throughout her tenure with Center Stage Artists, she documented countless conversations with artistic and executive directors regarding their desire to present small scale musicals and plays that fulfill both the creative spirit and sophistication of their audiences while remaining economically viable. Year after year, presenters commented on their willing commitment to support theatrical productions, yet struggled to find shows composed of multiple characters, interesting and uncomplicated set designs, high-caliber singers, dancers and performers, as well as an overall experience of filling the four corners of the stage. Mary is thrilled to be collaborating with experienced producers to introduce the country to a diverse lineup of prestigious and award-winning small-cast plays and musicals to “fit the bill.”
DUFFY ANDERSON-ROTHE (Booking Manager) graduate of the University of Florida, Duffy began her career in her hometown of Ft. Lauderdale as the Assistant Technical Director of the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. From there she became the youngest female executive at Clear Channel Entertainment (CCE) after promotion to Vice President of Programming; giving her over 60 North American markets to book and program.
She has enjoyed living and working in some amazing places: NYC, LA, London, Shanghai, and San Francisco. Over her diverse career she has worn many theatrical hats, including Producer, Presenter, Booker, Educator, Project Manager and General Manager.
Under Duffy’s management, FOSSE, starring Ben Vereen, broke historical records for tickets sales at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, among other notable European venues like top of Mount Lycabettus, during the 2004 Summer Olympics. During her executive tenure at Shorenstein Hays Nederlander, Duffy served as Executive Producer of August Wilson’s 2010 Tony Award winning FENCES, starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis; and associate Producer of BEHANDING IN SPOKANE, starring Christopher Walken.
BILLIE DAVIS (Contracts Administrator) was as a Stage Manager for over fifteen years working on shows from NYC to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival before moving into theatrical publishing and licensing. At Samuel French Inc. she was the Manager of Amateur Licensing, Inc. where she also served at the Festival Coordinator for the Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Short Play Festival. Billie was able to bring the short play festival back to being solely produced by Samuel French, Inc. By doing so she and her team created a nurturing environment for emerging playwrights and it’s now the nations leading short play festival. After many years with Samuel French, Billie took a new position as the Director of Customer Service with Playscripts, Inc. where her knowledge of theaters and their needs garnered a move to her becoming the Director of both the Amateur and Professional Licensing departments. Billie now spends her time offering her expertise on a freelance basis.