Who We Are


Broadway: Hadestown, Pretty Woman: The Musical, Anastasia, Dear Evan Hansen (Tony Award), Kinky Boots (Tony Award and Olivier Award), Gettin’ the Band Back Together, Head Over Heels, Once On This Island (Tony Award), M Butterfly, Disaster!, Allegiance, Deaf West Theatre’s Spring Awakening (Tony Nomination), The Visit (Tony Nomination), It’s Only a Play, Mothers and Sons (Tony Nomination), The Bridges of Madison County, Macbeth, Godspell, Chinglish. London: The Inheritance, The Jungle, Hadestown, Tina: The Musical, Edward Albee’s The Goat with Damian Lewis. Upcoming projects include Moulin Rouge, Tina The Musical, and more.

Hunter also owns a film production company, recent film based projects include Something Like Summer, Hello Again, The Next Four Years and others. Upcoming projects include A Little More Alive, Single for the First Time and Bastard Jones. In addition to his producing projects Hunter is the founder and CEO of ARTech Holdings, LLC an incubator and holding company focused on generating technologies to support the live arts community. Amongst Artech’s offerings is the premier amateur theatrical ticketing and web presence software www.OnTheStage.com.

Hunter earned his bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurial Business from DePaul University and his Master’s in Business Administration from TRIUM, a joint program representing NYU Stern School of Business, H.E.C. Paris and the London School of Economics. He is a frequent lecturer and guest professor on entertainment trends and economics, Commercial Theater and working in the arts.


Broadway: Anastasia, Gettin’ the Band Back Together, Once On This Island and Deaf West Theatre’s Spring Awakening. Off-Broadway: Daddy Long Legs. As the Producing Associate for TBD Theatricals, Kayla has worked on: The Inheritance, The Jungle, Tina: The Musical, Moulin Rouge, The Cher Show, Pretty Woman, Head Over Heels, Dear Evan Hansen, M. Butterfly, Edward Albee’s The Goat with Damian Lewis, and Kid Victory at the Vineyard Theatre. Previously, she was the Managing Director of the Davenport Theatre and Ken Davenport’s Producing Associate, in which capacity she worked on Allegiance, The Visit, It’s Only a Play, Mothers and Sons, The Bridges of Madison County, Macbeth, Kinky Boots, Godspell, Chinglish and many others. Upcoming projects include: Hadestown and many others.

Independently, she has produced benefit concerts for GLAAD (Broadway Gets GLAAD) and The Trevor Project (Say My Name). In 2016, 2017 and 2018 Kayla was a judge for the SheNYC Summer Festival, a festival dedicated to supporting the creation of new works by female writers and composers. Kayla was previously the Director of Operations at ARTech Holdings, an incubator and holding company focused on generating technologies to support the live arts community. Kayla earned her bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education with a concentration in English at NYU’s Steinhardt School, as well as The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Technology in a joint program through NYU’s Stern School of Business and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.


Stephanie has worked extensively as a producer in regional theatres across the U.S., including service as Associate Artistic Director at both the Hangar Theatre (2009-2013) and Barrington Stage Company (2014-2016). At the Hangar Theatre, Stephanie developed a program for emerging playwrights and worked with [then developing] writers Kristoffer Diaz, Alice Austen, and Andrea Ciannavei. She also produced over 25 plays and musicals and helped to run the esteemed Drama League Directors program, which brings the most exciting emergent directors from across the world to the theatre for a summer. Under Stephanie’s producorial direction, these artists shaped new work of their own, readings of new plays, and multiple Theatre for Young Audience shows each season.

During her tenure at Barrington Stage, Stephanie produced all of the theatre’s second stage shows, as well as William Finn’s annual Musical Theatre Lab. With the lab, Stephanie helped to develop the work of Will Aronson, Joe Iconis, Joel Waggoner and Eric Price, Nick Blaemire, and Salomon Lerner. Among the standout Stage 2 shows during her tenure at BSC are Richard Strand’s Butler, Por Piedad Teatro’s production of Working On A Special Day, Lucy Teitler’s Engagements, and William Finn’s Romance In Hard Times.

With TBD Theatricals, Stephanie has worked in creative development on several shows, including Borrowed Cash, a tribute show to the eponymously named fictitious band, and Burn All Night, a show about millennials at the end of the world, with an EDM score by the band Teen Commandments, and book and lyrics by Andy Mientus.

Once on This Island on Broadway