From 1982-86, MW served as the Associate General Manager of Broadway's A CHORUS LINE, the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, having also served as Company Manager, Audience Development Associate and Group Sales Director.
From Opening Night Galas to receiving a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, MW has made magical events happen. For 25 years, MW managed all of the business affairs of the American Music Award-
winning recording artists VILLAGE PEOPLE including bookings, pension, travel, contracts, & finances.
From a church theatre to a prestigious Off-Broadway house, this hysterically funny take-off on Disney princesses, didn't last as long as it should have. MW handled box office, payroll, special promotions, and theatre relations.
Greg Louganis is the greatest diver in Olympic history. He is also an actor. MW managed his career resulting in starring roles in Jeffrey, The Only Thing Worse..., in NYC & Florida's Nunsense Amen.
MW served as the first Managing Director of Barrington Stage Company in Massachusett's Berkshires. His first workshop was Wm Finn's 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee that went on to Broadway greatness. TV's Jesse Tyler Ferguson was an original cast member at Barrington.
As General Manager for Carnegie Hall's West Side Story where we built a special theatre from scratch to accommodate 200 cast members, MW provided budgets, legal, production, unions, casting, and staffing advice and support.
MW's second Broadway assignment was the award-winning For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf, written by Ntozake Shange and produced by Joseph Papp. MW also worked with Ntozake on Mighty Gents and Spell #7.
Actor, dancer, singer, teacher Harrison Lee starred in a new drama at Theatre Row's Houseman Theatre, produced by MW in 2001 just after Sept. 11.
Perri Gaffney, co-writer (with Mitch Weiss) of both Allworth Press books, is a playwright, published novelist, journalist, and award-winning actress whose work has been seen in N,Y. and across the U.S.
Recording artist, original star of Mamma Mia! on Broadway, and 10-time MAC-Award winning vocalist, Karen Mason's cabaret /concert shows were negotiated and booked through MW.
Mitch has been on Reuter's TV China Today and twice interviewed on Bloomberg News as an authority in theatre and Broadway management.
Actor Ricardo Zayas, who danced in MW's West Side Story produced by Carnegie Hall, holds the book that explains in layman's terms the unions, jobs, salaries, royalties, theatre owners, surprises, and a lot more about the world of Broadway.