Robyn is the lead Producer of the Tony Award-winning production of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella which is now touring the country. She developed and produced the musicals Avenue Q (2004 Tony Award) and In the Heights (2008 Tony Award). Other Broadway productions include: Steel Magnolias, Barefoot in the Park, The Performers, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, West Side Story, Green Day’s American Idiot, Metamorphoses, and Off-Broadway’s Altar Boyz. Artistic Consultant to The Roundabout Theatre Co. where she was the Artistic Producer of the Underground Series of Emerging Writers.
Alex has worked as a theatrical producer, general manager, and nonprofit executive for over 75 Broadway, Off-Broadway, West End, and touring productions, including Kinky Boots, Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart directed by George C. Wolfe (for which Fraser won a 2011 Tony Award); Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss and What I Wore (including New York, Chicago, Toronto, Los Angeles, and Sydney); Charles Busch’s The Divine Sister, August Wilson’s Jitney, Stephen Sondheim’s Saturday Night, Topdog/Underdog (Pulitzer Prize) and Elisabeth Welch: Time to Start Living. He has served in various production roles for Daryl Roth Productions, Waxman Williams Entertainment, Really Useful Company, 101 Productions Ltd., Second Stage Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, and for the Broadway producers Elizabeth Williams, Claire Nichtern and Arthur Cantor.
Josh is the Director of Creative Development and a partner at Aged in Wood, LLC. He is currently producing the national tour of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella and Avenue Q Off-Broadway. Past productions include: Altar Boyz, Green Day’s American Idiot, Avenue Q, In The Heights, The Performers, and West Side Story (2009). He is a Literary Associate at the Roundabout Theatre Company and is an Associate Producer of the Roundabout Underground, where he helped develop the premiere productions of Speech & Debate; The Language of Trees; Ordinary Days; Tigers Be Still; The Dream of the Burning Boy; Suicide, Inc.; Bad Jews; and Too Much, Too Much, Too Many. He co-produced the 2005 World AIDS Day Benefit Concert of The Secret Garden. Josh is a graduate of the University of Miami’s School of Music and Department of Theatre Arts.
Sharon A. Carr
Sharon made a mid-life career change to pursue her life-long passion for live theater. She was involved with The Elephant Man on Broadway and On the Twentieth Century at the Roundabout Theatre Company. Other Broadway credits include: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Pippin, Bullets Over Broadway, The Scottsboro Boys (Broadway and West End), Time Stands Still, Stick Fly, and The Trip to Bountiful. Off-Broadway: I Love You Because (also Off-West End), Masked, and Glimpses of the Moon. National Tours: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Pippin, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and Little House On The Prairie. She is so very proud to be involved with Bucks County Playhouse and grateful for the opportunity to work with this extraordinary producing team.