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Erica Rotstein is a theater producer, talent manager, and educator. Her work is driven by a passion for music, and a desire to create opportunities for and collaborate with artists possessing talented minds and good hearts. A powerful motivation for many of her projects is a desire to nurture creative collaborations built on transparency and mutual respect. While her primary medium is theater, she has enjoyed following artists and changemakers into new challenges, which thus far has included music, film, podcasts, and reparations-based work. As director of production for Broadway Across America (BAA), Rotstein plays a role in the development and production of Broadway musicals, and helps manage BAA’s portfolio of theatrical investments.
Select producing projects include: We Aren’t Kids Anymore, a song cycle by Drew Gasparini; Hundred Days by the Bengsons and Sarah Gancher, directed by Anne Kauffman; Water for Elephants by Rick Elice and PigPen Theatre Co.; and the Make It Fair Project, a PSA calling for gender equality in arts and entertainment.
Management clients include Drew Gasparini, the Bengsons, and the folk-pop band Saint Adeline. Rotstein is an adjunct professor at Drexel University, board chair of Colt Coeur Theatre Company, and holds an M.B.A. from the NYU Stern School of Business.