Alexis Williams is the Associate Artistic Director of The Playwrights Realm in NY. Previously, she was an agent with Bret Adams Artists’ Agency where she represented playwrights, directors, composers, designers and choreographers. Before joining the Bret Adams Team, Alexis worked at McCarter Theatre Center, Contemporary Stage Company, and served as Literary Manager for Detroit’s Planet Ant
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Bruce Ostler has been the President of Bret Adams Ltd. Artist’s Agency for more than 20 years. Additionally, Bruce is the co-owner of Rosenstone/Adams LLC, and is the Vice President of The Bret Adams & Paul Reisch Foundation. Prior to his time with Bret Adams, Bruce was a founding member and Resident Director of Practical Theatre,
Margaret Nagle is an award-winning film and television writer and producer. Nagle’s very first script, HBO’s Warm Springs, received a record-breaking 16 Emmy nominations and won five Emmys in 2005, including Best Television Movie. The film is about FDR and his journey from paraplegic to President. Nagle won the 2006 Writers Guild of America Award for Long
John Logan received the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critic Circle and Drama League awards for his play Red. This play premiered at the Donmar Warehouse in London and at the Golden Theatre on Broadway. Since then Red has had more than 200 productions across the US and has been presented in over 30 countries. In 2013, his play Peter and
Sofya Levitsky-Weitz is a writer based in Brooklyn originally from Los Angeles. She was the 2018-2019 Jerome Fellow and is a current Core Writer at the Playwrights’ Center. Plays include this party sucks (2019 Kilroy’s List, IAMA New Works Festival, New York Theatre Workshop development), Cannabis Passover (Playwrights’ Center PlayLabs 2019, 2020-2021 and current finalist for the O’Neill Playwrights’ Conference), be
David Levine is the Chief Creative Office of Anonymous Content, a full service global studio and representation company. There he shepherds the development and production of all film and television content. Before that he was the Co-Head of Drama, HBO Programming, for Home Box Office, responsible for overseeing the development and production of original drama series.
Jill Leiderman became Executive Producer of ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! in April 2006. Over the course of her fourteen years at the show, it grew exponentially into its current 10:35pm CST/1135 pm ET time slot as of January 2013. Jill worked with Jimmy and the JKL team to deliver close to 2,500 episodes and received multiple Emmy nominations.
Brad Krevoy has produced, acquired, and distributed over 100 motion picture and television projects over the past 30 years, generating more than $1 billion in worldwide revenue. His blockbuster comedy Dumb and Dumber, starring Jim Carey and Jeff Daniels, grossed over $200 million worldwide. The heart-warming true story Taking Chance, starring Kevin Bacon, premiered at the Sundance Film
Sarah Gubbins is the co-creator, writer and executive producer of the Amazon comedy series I Love Dick, directed and produced by co-creator Jill Soloway. Also a Chicago playwright, Sarah’s plays include: The Kid Thing, Cocked, fml: How Carson McCullers’s Saved My Life, and The Drinking Problem. Her plays have been developed at various theaters including the Steppenwolf, the Public Theater, and
Gabrielle Fulton is an award-winning filmmaker and playwright born in Athens, Georgia, and raised in Atlanta. She received her BA from Columbia University, and her MFA in Writing for the Screen & Stage from Northwestern University. Gabrielle is currently Visiting Professor of Screenwriting at Kennesaw State University. Her short film Ir/Reconcilable received a broadcast deal from HBO and