Nelle Nugent

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

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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 include a Tony.

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]

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