Nelle Nugent

Nelle Nugent (born 1939) is an American independent Broadway producer.


She was born May 24, 1939 in Jersey City.[1] She has overseen productions such as Amadeus, Morning's at Seven, The Elephant Man, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, and Dracula, and awards she has won includes Tony for all five listed shows.

In 1982 she began her third marriage, to Jolyon Fox Stern, president of a New York insurance brokerage.[2]

She and producer John Schwally started the east coast chapter of the Producers Guild of America in 2001, and as of 2010 she is one of its five members-at-large.

As of 2011 she will be a co-producer with musician Alicia Keys and Reuben Cannon for Lydia Diamond's Stick Fly at the Cort Theatre on Broadway beginning November 18, 2011.[3]


  1. ^ "Nelle Nugent Biography (1939-)", Film Reference
  2. ^ "Nelle Nugent, Producer, Wed to Jolyon Fox Stern", New York Times
  3. ^ Itzkoff, Dave (June 27, 2011). "'Stick Fly' Is Broadway-Bound in Production Presented by Alicia Keys". The New York Times. Retrieved 16 August 2011.

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