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Daryl Roth (born December 21, 1944) is an American ten time Tony Award-winning producer who has produced over 90 productions on and off Broadway.

Daryl Roth
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Daryl Roth
Born
Daryl Atkins

(1944-12-21) December 21, 1944 (age 74)
OccupationTheatrical producer
Spouse(s)Steven Roth
Children2
Websitehttps://www.darylrothproductions.com

Roth is the only producer of seven Pulitzer Prize-winning plays: Bruce Norris’ Clybourne Park (Tony Award); Tracy Letts’ August: Osage County (Tony Award); Nilo Cruz’s Anna in the Tropics; David Auburn’s Proof (Tony Award); Margaret Edson’s Wit; Paula Vogel’s How I Learned to Drive; and Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women.[1]

BiographyEdit

Roth was born Daryl Atkins to a Jewish family; her father was a car dealer and her mother was a homemaker.[2] She was raised in Wayne, New Jersey.[3] Roth is married to real estate investor Steven Roth. She has two children.[3] Her son, Jordan Roth, is president of Jujamcyn Theaters.[4]

Broadway productionsEdit

Roth's Broadway producing credits include:[5]

Off-Broadway productionsEdit

Roth's off-Broadway producing credits include:[1][7]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Show Award Category Result
2016 Shuffle Along Tony Award Best Musical Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Musical Won
The Humans Tony Award Best Play Won
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Play Won
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Play Won
The Crucible Tony Award Best Revival of a Play Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Play Nominated
A View from the Bridge Tony Award Best Revival of a Play Won
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Revival of a Play Won
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Play Nominated
The Robber Bridegroom Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Revival of a Musical Won
The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Solo Show Nominated
Kinky Boots Olivier Awards MasterCard Best New Musical Won
Evening Standard Award Best Musical Won
2015 It Shoulda Been You Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Musical Nominated
2014 You Can't Take It With You Tony Award Best Revival of a Play Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Play Won
This is Our Youth Tony Award Best Revival of a Play Nominated
A Raisin in the Sun Tony Award Best Revival of a Play Won
Buyer & Cellar Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Solo Show Won
2013 The Testament of Mary Tony Award Best Play Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Play Nominated
Kinky Boots Tony Award Best Musical Won
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Musical Won
Lucky Guy Tony Award Best Play Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Play Nominated
Annie Tony Award Best Revival of a Musical Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Musical Nominated
My Name is Asher Lev Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play Won
2012 Leap of Faith Tony Award Best Musical Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Musical Nominated
Clybourne Park Tony Award Best Play Won
One Man, Two Guvnors Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Play Nominated
2011 The Normal Heart Tony Award Best Revival of a Play Won
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Revival of a Play Won
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Play Won
War Horse Tony Award Best Play Won
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Play Won
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Play Won
Through the Night Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Solo Show Nominated
2010 Come Fly Away Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Musical Nominated
A Little Night Music Tony Award Best Revival of a Musical Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Revival of a Musical Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Musical Nominated
Fela! Tony Award Best Musical Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Musical Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Musical Nominated
The Temperamentals Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Play Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play Nominated
Love, Loss, and What I Wore Drama Desk Award Unique Theatrical Experience Won
2009 Mary Stuart Tony Award Best Revival of a Play Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Revival of a Play Nominated
Irena's Vow Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Play Nominated
What's That Smell: The Music of Jacob Sterling Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical Nominated
2008 The Country Girl Drama Desk Award Outstanding Revival of a Play Nominated
A Catered Affair Drama Desk Award Outstanding Broadway Musical Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Musical Nominated
August: Osage County Tony Award Best Play Won
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Play Won
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Play Won
2007 Curtains Tony Award Best Musical Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Musical Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Musical Nominated
Coram Boy Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Play Nominated
Inherit the Wind Tony Award Best Revival of a Play Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Play Nominated
2005 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Tony Award Best Revival of a Play Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Revival of a Play Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Play Nominated
2004 Caroline, or Change Tony Award Best Musical Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Musical Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Musical Nominated
Anna in the Tropics Tony Award Best Play Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Play Nominated
2003 Medea Drama Desk Award Outstanding Revival of a Play Nominated
Talking Heads Drama Desk Award Outstanding Play Nominated
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Off-Broadway Play Nominated
Our Lady of 121st Street Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Play Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Play Nominated
2002 The Goat, Or Who Is Sylvia? Tony Award Best Play Won
Drama Desk Award Outstanding New Broadway Play Won
2001 The Tale of the Allergist's Wife Tony Award Best Play Nominated
Proof Tony Award Best Play Won
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Play Won
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding New Broadway Play Won
Bea Arthur on Broadway Tony Award Best Special Theatrical Event Nominated
The Play About the Baby Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Play Nominated
2000 The Bomb-itty of Errors Outer Critics Award Outstanding Off-Broadway Play Nominated
1999 Snakebit Outer Critics Award Outstanding Off-Broadway Play Nominated
De La Guarda Drama Desk Award Unique Theatrical Experience Won
1997 How I Learned to Drive Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Play Won
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Play Won
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Off-Broadway Play Won
1995 Das Barbecu Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical Nominated
Camping with Henry & Tom Lucille Lortel Award Outstanding Play Won
Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Off-Broadway Play Won
1994 Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Tony Award Best Play Nominated
Three Tall Women Drama Desk Award Outstanding Play Nominated
1989 Closer Than Ever Outer Critics Circle Best Off-Broadway Musical Won

[8][9]

FilmographyEdit

Roth's film credits include:

Daryl Roth TheatreEdit

The former Union Square Savings Bank building was acquired by Roth in 1996 and has undergone renovation and additions in order to create three venues. The Daryl Roth Theatre, the DR2 Theatre and the cabaret bar: The D-Lounge.[15][better source needed]

Philanthropy and awardsEdit

Roth is a Member of the Mayor’s Theater Subdistrict Council,[16] an Honorary Trustee for Lincoln Center Theatre,[17] and served on the Board of Directors of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and New York State Council on the Arts. She also is an appointed member of the New York City Police Foundation Board of Trustees.[18]

Her other awards and honors include: The 2016 Order of the Golden Sphinx Award from The Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770;[19] The 2014 New York Living Landmarks award;[20] The 2013 Einstein Humanitarian Award from The Women's Division and Albert Einstein College of Medicine;[21] The 2013 Broadway Association Visionary Leader Award;[22] The Stella Adler 2012 Harold Clurman Spirit Award;[23] the 2012 Family Equality Council Hostetter-Habib Family Award; The 2011 Live Out Loud Humanitarian Award,[24] 2010 Lucille Lortel Lifetime Achievement Award,[25] Primary Stages 2007 Honoree,[26] The National Foundation for Jewish Culture’s Patron of the Arts Award,[27] The Jewish Theological Seminary’s Louis Marshall Award,[28] The Albert Einstein College of Medicine Spirit of Achievement Award,[29] The National Corporate Theatre Fund’s Chairman Award, and The Tisch School of the Arts Award for Artistic Leadership.[30] Roth has twice been included in Crain’s “100 Most Influential Women in Business.[31]

The Daryl Roth Creative Spirit Award annually honors a gifted theatre artist or organization, providing them with financial support as they develop new works in an artistic residency.[1][32]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Roth's web site, Better reference would be a 3rd party site
  2. ^ Samantha Ettus interview of Tony winning Broadway Producer Daryl Roth, Archived 2013-10-29 at the Wayback Machine blip.tv. Retrieved October 25, 2013. Minute 12:30 of the interview: "My Dad Jerry Adkins was a Chevrolet car dealer and my Mom was a homemaker...We were on the outside a bit since there were not any Jewish families where we lived."
  3. ^ a b Rinn, Miriam (November 29, 2013). "From Wayne to Broadway - Producer Daryl Roth talks about producing Jewish stars". Jewish Standard.
  4. ^ Cohen, Patricia (8 September 2009). "Jujamcyn Names Jordan Roth President, Signaling a Broadway Youth Trend" – via NYTimes.com.
  5. ^ League, The Broadway. "Daryl Roth – Broadway Cast & Staff - IBDB". www.ibdb.com.
  6. ^ Paulson, Michael (2016-10-26). "Paula Vogel's 'Indecent' to Open on Broadway". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2016-11-04.
  7. ^ "Daryl Roth - Lortel Archives". www.lortel.org.
  8. ^ "Daryl Roth - Lortel Archives". www.lortel.org. Retrieved 2016-06-23.
  9. ^ League, The Broadway. "Daryl Roth | IBDB: The official source for Broadway Information". www.ibdb.com. Retrieved 2016-06-23.
  10. ^ Gerard, Jeremy (16 April 2016). "Even With Oscar Nominee Viola Davis, James Lapine's Superb Drama 'Custody' Was A Hard Sell – Tribeca Film Festival Q&A".
  11. ^ "Glenn Close's Irish Odyssey: Albert Nobbs - Irish America". irishamerica.com.
  12. ^ a b "Daryl Roth—For the Love of Theatre - Woman Around Town". 21 February 2010.
  13. ^ Anderson, John (5 May 2005). "The Lady in Question is Charles Busch".
  14. ^ "A Very Serious Person". www.charlesbusch.com.
  15. ^ "The Daryl Roth Theatres". 2013-08-21. Retrieved 2016-06-23.
  16. ^ "Mayor de Blasio Appoints Members of Theater Subdistrict Council". 21 April 2015.
  17. ^ Theater, Lincoln Center. "Board of Directors - Lincoln Center Theater". Lincoln Center Theater.
  18. ^ "Daryl Roth Productions". www.darylrothproductions.com. Retrieved 2019-02-11.
  19. ^ 1770, The Hasty Pudding Institute of. "The Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770 to Honor Acclaimed Broadway Producer Daryl Roth with the Order of the Golden Sphinx". www.prnewswire.com.
  20. ^ "Daryl Roth and Jordan Roth Honored As Living Landmarks - Playbill". Playbill.
  21. ^ "Albert Einstein College of Medicine – The Schmooze".
  22. ^ Desk, BWW News. "Photo Flash: Daryl Roth and More Honored at Broadway Association's 2013 Awards Luncheon".
  23. ^ "Stella by Starlight" (PDF). stellaadler.com.
  24. ^ LiveOutLoud Info (27 May 2011). "Live Out Loud Gala 2011: Daryl Roth-Humanitarian Award" – via YouTube.
  25. ^ "Daryl Roth Will Be Given Lortel Award for Lifetime Achievement; Awards Are May 2 - Playbill". Playbill.
  26. ^ "Primary Stages Gala Honors LuPone and The Baruch-Routh-Frankel-Viertel Team Oct 27". www.americantheaterweb.com.
  27. ^ "The Jewish Cultural Achievement Awards".
  28. ^ "Profile: Daryl Roth - Hadassah Magazine". 11 March 2006.
  29. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-30. Retrieved 2016-06-13.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  30. ^ "Tisch School Honors Alumni: Inaugural Tisch Award Goes to Bomb-itty - Playbill". Playbill.
  31. ^ "Daryl Roth - Most Powerful Women in New York 2007 - Crain's New York Business".
  32. ^ "Daryl Roth: TEDxBroadway Interview".

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