The Management

The Management formed in 2004 as part of New York’s UnConvention Festival.  Our first production was the Brecht-inspired This Jungle of Cities, penned by founding member Berrian Eno-Van Fleet.  In 2005, we enjoyed an eight-month residency at Victory Hall in Jersey City where we produced the East Coast premiere of Naomi Izuka’s Aloha Say the Pretty Girls and Thornton Wilder’s The Long Christmas Dinner. The Management took part in the inaugural Capital Fringe Festival in Washington D.C. in ’06 with the grotesquely humorous, existential play Self-Obsession in Blue (and again in ’08 with The Chalk Boy) and are currently showcasing new playwriting through our 2nd Salon Series in NYC.  We also produced bi-coastal productions of The Chalk Boy, written by co-artistic director Joshua Conkel in both LA and NYC this past September.  Late ’08 brought us Kristen Kosmas’ extraordinary one-woman piece The Scandal!, our Spring '09 show was Dorothy Fortenberry’s Caitlin and the Swan, and in the Spring of ’10, we produced Joe Tracz’s Song for a Future Generation. In the winter 2010, the newly formed Management brought you Lonesome Winter by Joshua Conkel and Megan Hill. And in the spring of 2011 the Management received it’s first New York Times Review with Cut by Crystal Skillman.

Shows created:
Your Boyfriend May Be Imaginary (2012)
Lonesome Winter (2011)
Cut (2011)
Song For A Future Generation (2010)
Milk Milk Lemonade (2010)
The Chalk Boy (2009)
The Scandal! (2009)
Caitlin and the Swan (2009)