Who We Are


Broadway: The InheritanceSlava’s SnowshowTina: The Musical, Betrayal, Moulin Rouge!Hadestown (Tony Award), Once On This Island (Tony Award)Dear Evan Hansen (Tony Award), Kinky Boots (Tony Award and Olivier Award), Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Pretty Woman: The MusicalAnastasiaGettin’ the Band Back Together, Head Over Heels,  M Butterfly, Disaster!Allegiance, Deaf West Theatre’s Spring Awakening (Tony Nomination), The Visit (Tony Nomination), It’s Only a PlayMothers and Sons (Tony Nomination), The Bridges of Madison CountyMacbethGodspellChinglish. London: The Inheritance (Olivier Award), The JungleHadestownTina: The Musical, Edward Albee’s The Goat with Damian Lewis.  Off-Broadway: Little Shop of Horrors, Daddy Long Legs and more.

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: The InheritanceHadestown (Tony Award), Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, AnastasiaGettin’ the Band Back TogetherOnce On This Island and Deaf West Theatre’s Spring Awakening. Off-Broadway: Little Shop of HorrorsDaddy Long Legs. As the Producing Associate for TBD Theatricals, Kayla has worked on: The JungleSlava’s Snowshow, Tina: The MusicalMoulin RougeThe Cher ShowPretty WomanHead Over HeelsDear Evan HansenM. Butterfly, Edward Albee’s The Goat with Damian Lewis, Kid Victory at the Vineyard Theatre and others. Previously, she was the Managing Director of the Davenport Theatre and Ken Davenport’s Producing Associate, in which capacity she worked on Allegiance, The VisitIt’s Only a PlayMothers and SonsThe Bridges of Madison CountyMacbethKinky BootsGodspellChinglish 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.


Jamie Joeyen-Waldorf is an Asian American producer and entrepreneur. She made her Broadway producing debut as a co-producer on Terrence McNally’s Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune starring Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon. She joins TBD Theatricals after previous internships at Daryl Roth Productions, KGM Theatrical, Allied Integrated Marketing, and Lookingglass Theatre Company.

Jamie earned her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University double majoring in Theatre and Sociology with certificates in Marketing, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship. In her spare time, Jamie enjoys volunteering on the Alumni Admissions Council at Northwestern University and serving as the VP Philanthropy of the Alpha Chi Omega NYC Alumnae Chapter.


Ashlee Latimer is a producer, writer, and director based in New York City. Past and current projects include: The Inheritance (Broadway), The Lightning Thief (Broadway, Nat’l Tour, Off-Broadway), Once On This Island (Tony Award), The Jungle (West End), and Be More Chill (Broadway, Off-Broadway).

Prior to her work with TBD, Ashlee assisted artists such as Andy Blankenbuehler and Tim Federle, and worked with major NYC theatre companies in various capacities, including Roundabout Theatre Company, Disney Theatrical Group, and Broadway Across America. Through her work with UpLift (Hunter Arnold’s underrepresented producer initiative), as a co-producer on the Broadway revival of Once On This Island, in 2018 Ashlee became the first openly genderfluid person to win a Tony Award.


Joseph Sykes-Burns is a Jacksonville, Florida native and graduate of Howard University. Prior to TBD, he has worked with various theatrical organizations around the country, including Scott Rudin Productions, The Broadway League, Roundabout Theatre Company, and The Studio Theatre. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with dogs and watching reality television.

Once on This Island on Broadway