We take a look at where people stand leading up to when nominations come out. Who is a shoo-in and who is a dark horse to hear their name on Nomination day? Read to find out.
Oliver Roth is the founder and CEO of OHenry Productions, a theatrical production company based in New York City. His current projects include the world premiere of “Straight,” by Drew Fornarola & Scott Elmegreen, and “Invisible Thread,” by Matt Gould & Griffin Matthews. He has previously worked financing Broadway shows, including “The Realistic Joneses” (Will Eno; dir. Sam Gold) and upcoming “Gettin’ The Band Back Together” (Ken Davenport & Mark Allen; dir. John Rando). In 2013, Roth was the production assistant for Alan Cumming’s one-man “Macbeth.” It was shortly after this experience that he founded OHenry Productions. Before working in New York, Roth worked with Center Stage, the state theater of Maryland, where he spent two seasons assisting in community outreach. Prior to his move into theater production, Roth worked as a talent management intern at True Talent Artist Management. @oliverhenryroth; ohenryproductions.com
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