Paige Price (Producing Artistic Director) is in her first season at Philadelphia Theatre Company.  After years spent as a Broadway performer, she began producing events, television shows and theatre. As a producer, Price’s credits include Midlife:The Crisis Musical! and the National Tour of New York Loves America. She co-produced the CBS television shows Broadway Under the Stars, Broadway Meets Country at Jazz at Lincoln Center, and many other productions and concerts in the U.S. and abroad. For two years, Price co-produced the CBS special Holiday in Bryant Park. Since 2006, Price has been the 1st Vice President of Actors’ Equity Association, the national union for actors and stage managers, and  is also a member of The League of Professional Theatre Women.  She was named by City Speaker Christine C. Quinn to the Theatre Subdistrict Council, a cultural arts granting board headed by NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio.  She is the Vice-President of NAMT, the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, where she co-chairs the Festival Selection Committee.  Price is currently a member of the Tony Award Nominating Committee. As a performer, she starred in Broadway’s Saturday Night Fever and was in the original cast of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast as well as Smokey Joe’s Café. She served as Executive Artistic Director at Theatre Aspen in Colorado from 2007-2017, where she starred in TA’s The Last Five Years. Her professional career encompasses performances Off Broadway, in regional theatre, and on national and international tours. She has shared the stage with stars such as Tony Bennett, Lou Rawls and Gladys Knight. Her film and television credits include roles in All The Right Moves, Newhart, and ED among others and she hosted the Tony Awards’ live Red Carpet web casts from 2002-2005. Last winter, she stepped back onto the boards to star in Denver’s Curious Theatre production of Sex With Strangers.

Melissa Zimmerman (Interim Managing Director) earned her MFA at Yale School of Drama. She was the assistant managing director for Yale School of Drama and special events, Management Associate at Yale Cabaret, and assisted Harold Wolpert at Roundabout Theatre Company in New York. She produced several shows at Yale Cabaret including FATAL EGGS, which ran Off-Broadway in 2014. A passionate advocate for theatre education, Melissa spent three years as Producing Director of The Dwight/Edgewood Project- a student playwriting program in Greater New Haven. Previously, Melissa was the managing director of Act II Playhouse and most recently served as managing director at Delaware Theatre Company. 

Artistic & Education

Literary Manager and Dramaturg: Carrie Chapter
Director of Education: Maureen Sweeney
Albert M Greenfield Teaching Artist Fellows: Olivia Harris, Jarrett McCrearyMichelle Pauls
Resident Teaching Artists: Raven Buck, Griffin Stanton-Ameisen
Teaching Artists: Anthony Adair, Madison Auch, Carly Bodnar, Joseph DiOrio, Ah-Keisha McCants

Administrative Staff

Manager of Board and Administrative Services: Sharon Kling
Development Manager: Jessica Pasquariello
Bookkeeper: Carol Nitzberg
Director of Marketing: Carol Flannery
Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator: Christina Mastrull
Public Relations: Kory Aversa and Carrie Gorn of Aversa PR & Events LLC
Audience Services and Marketing Tessitura Manager: Kristen Norine
Rental Manager: Vince Karlen
Audience Services Coordinator: Alexander Rioh
Audience Services Supervisor: Erin WashburnJane Sorensen
Audience Services Associates: Katey Badey, Lydia Di lorio, Alix Rosenfeld
House Managers: Aaron Bell, Ben Coppola, Ben Deivert, Arlen Hancock, Randi Hickey, Kelsey Hodgkiss, Antoine Jones, Jennifer MacMillan, Jarrett McCreary, Frank Shierloh, Jack Tamburri


Production General Manager: Bridget A. Cook
Production Stage Manager: Annie Halliday
Carpentry/Rigging Supervisor: Jay Wojnarowski
Props Master: Jeffery Bazemore
Production Electrician: Terry Smith
Sound Supervisor: Chuck Hillwig
Lighting Supervisor: Travis Johnson
Video Supervisor: Jeremy Theopulos
Wardrobe Supervisor: Mark Mariani
Custodians: Dorene Hobbs, Marvin Smith