David Stone (producer)
|Born||August 14, 1966|
David Stone (born August 14, 1966) is an American theatre producer.
He had his first contact with the theatre business through an internship at Jujamcyn Theaters. Later he worked with Broadway producers Fran and Barry Weisler, before he had his first own production with the 1993 off-Broadway hit Family Secrets.
Stone is a member of the Board of Governors of The Broadway League and also the Board of Trustees of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids. He lectured at the Juilliard School, New York University, Yale University, Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania.
- 1993: Family Secrets (Off-Broadway)
- 1994: What's Wrong With This Picture? (Broadway)
- 1996: Full Gallop (Off-Broadway)
- 1996: The Santaland Diaries (Off-Broadway)
- 1997–1998: The Diary of Anne Frank (Broadway)
- 1999: James Naughton: Street of Dreams (Off-Broadway)
- 1999: The Vagina Monologues (Off-Broadway)
- 1999: Fully Committed (Off-Broadway)
- 2000: Taller Than a Dwarf (Broadway)
- 2000: Lifegame (Off-Broadway)
- 2000-2001: The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe (Broadway)
- 2002-2003: The Graduate (Broadway)
- 2002-2003: Man of La Mancha (Broadway)
- Seit 2003: Wicked (Broadway)
- 2005-2008: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Broadway)
- 2006: Three Days of Rain (Broadway)
- 2009-2011: Next to Normal (Broadway)
- 2014: If/Then (Broadway)
- 2018: The Boys in the Band (Broadway)
- 1998: Tony Award – Nominee for Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical for The Diary of Anne Frank (with Amy Nederlander-Case, Jon B. Platt, Jujamcyn Theaters, Hal Luftig, Harriet Newman Leve, James D. Stern)
- 2003: Tony Award – Nominee for Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical for Man of La Mancha (with Jon B. Platt, Susan Quint Gallin, Sandy Gallin, Seth M. Siegel, USA Ostar Theatricals, Mary Lu Roffe)
- 2004: Tony Award – Nominee for Tony Award for Best Musical for Wicked (with Universal Pictures, The Araca Group, Marc Platt, Jon B. Platt)
- 2005: Tony Award – Nominee for Tony Award for Best Musical for The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (with James L. Nederlander, Barbara Whitman, Patrick Catullo, Barrington Stage Company, Second Stage Theatre)
- 2009: Tony Award – Nominee for Tony Award for Best Musical for Next to Normal (with James L. Nederlander, Barbara Whitman, Patrick Catullo, Second Stage Theatre, Carole Rothman, Ellen Richard)
- David Stone, americantheatrewing.org. Accessed February 24, 2014.
- Where is David Stone now?, crainsnewyork.com. Accessed February 24, 2014.
- Grossman, Gary. "A 'Wicked' journey through the land of Oz", South Jersey Life, July 22, 2007. Accessed September 10, 2015. "Stone -- a native of Marlboro in central New Jersey -- learned theater at one of the most unlikely of theater schools -- the University of Pennsylvania."
- Producer David Stone Looks Back on the Extraordinary Journey of Next to Normal, broadway.com, retrieved 24 February 2014
- Tony Awards Search bei tonyawards.com; retrieved, 24 February 2014