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Mandy Greenfield

Artistic Producer

Manhattan Theatre Club

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Manhattan Theatre Club

Company Description

Manhattan Theatre Club is a not-for-profit theatre company. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Artistic Director

Williamstown Theatre Festival


Affiliations

The Drama League

Board Member


Broadway League

Member


Education

Yale University


Web References(140 Total References)


New York Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter: Events

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MTC's Associate Artistic Director Mandy Greenfield led a Q&A session with Good People cast members Patrick Carroll and Renee Elise Goldsberry.


The Cost of Living Is High for the Characters in Martyna Majok's Latest Play - TheaterMania.com

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Then Mandy Greenfield called me into her office at Williamstown and was like, "This play that you wrote - we'd like to produce it.
Mandy asked me who I wanted to work with so they sent Jo the script. Mandy Greenfield


wtfestival.org

A Williamstown regular, Cullman discussed his relationship with the Festival, his history with Artistic Director Mandy Greenfield, and why and how this play speaks to him.
[LS] I want to talk about your history with Mandy Greenfield, who has produced many productions you've directed. What is the history of that relationship, and why are the two of you such a good match? [TC] Mandy and I actually met as undergraduates at Yale, before she was a professional producer and before I was a professional director. And then, my very first professional job in the theatre was as the assistant production manager at New York Stage and Film, where Mandy was the Associate Producer. It really is true that theatre careers are long and unpredictable. But it's also true that the people you start out with often become the people you end up with down the road. Many years later, Mandy was the Artistic Producer at Manhattan Theatre Club, where she was at the helm of the two off-Broadway theaters. One of the theatres, Stage II, enjoyed a re-launch during her tenure, a re-launch that was largely about committing to bold, new, more experimental work. That season, Mandy hired me to direct both shows in the space. Mandy Greenfield's passion for what she does is equal to an artist's passion for what he or she does, and that's rare to find in producers. On top of that, she is super smart, super insightful, and super brilliant in her notes and observations on the work. And, I find Mandy to be a deeply funny person. When you're in crisis mode, when you're in tech at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and you're running out of time, it's better to have someone who will laugh through the crisis with you than someone who's going to despair through the crisis with you. Having someone to laugh with is definitely better. That's why I love working with Mandy so much.


About Williamstown Theatre Festival

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Mandy Greenfield named new WTF Artistic Director
Williamstown Theatre Festival has named Mandy Greenfield to become its new Artistic Director in September 2014, succeeding Jenny Gersten, who will program the 2014 season, which Stephen Kaus will oversee. Ms. Greenfield is currently the artistic producer of Manhattan Theatre Club where she leads programming for the two Off-Broadway theaters at City Center and collaborates on the programming of MTC's permanent Broadway home, The Samuel J. Freidman Theater.


berkshirereview.net

The arrival this season of yet another new Artistic Director, Mandy Greenfield, came as a signal to start coming back.
Ms. Greenfield arrives in Williamstown with a distinguished record as Artistic Producer at the Manhattan Theater Club, where her productions have been seen as favorable to rising playwrights and exciting in themselves.


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