About The American Theatre Guild
The American Theatre Guild is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, civic performing arts organization dedicated to providing the experience of live theatre to foster passion, inspire creativity and empower youth within our communities. Presenting national tours of Broadway musicals in performing arts centers around the country, The American Theatre Guild provides an important cultural resource to more than 35,000 season members and 250,000 patrons each year.
The American Theatre Guild presents National Broadway Tours and professional touring productions to the following communities:
- Birmingham, AL
- Colorado Springs, CO
- Eugene, OR Presented by Theater League, Inc.
- Kansas City, MO
- Lubbock, TX
- Phoenix, AZ
- Riverside, CA
- Santa Barbara, CA
- South Bend, IN Presented by Broadway Theatre League of South Bend, Inc.
- Thousand Oaks, CA
- Toledo, OH Presented by Theater League, Inc.
- Wichita, KS
Performing arts centers and historic theaters play host to the organization’s Broadway musicals and plays. Related activities include special performances for students of the performing arts, which feature question and answer sessions with theater artists and our Staging The Future program, which brings at-risk youth to the theater for special educational and cultural opportunities.
Staging The Future
Staging The Future is a program designed to introduce young people to the magic of live Broadway Theater by giving them an opportunity to attend select productions at a special subsidized student discount. The program is unique in that it is supported and wholly funded by the generous donations of our season subscribers and sponsors. By offering discounted tickets, Staging The Future is able to give many children and young adults their first opportunity to experience live Broadway musicals and cultivates their appreciation for the arts.
The American Theatre Guild Staff Directory
- Amanda Wiegers, Database Inventory Associate
- Amy Hamm, Executive Director
- Andy Brown, Advertising Associate
- Bethany Nesbitt, Senior Director of Marketing
- Catherine Cone, Director of Ticketing
- Colin Bennett, PR & Social Media Associate
- Craig Aikman, Senior Group Sales Manager
- Crystal O'Dea, Groups Sales Associate
- Debbie Davis, Senior Director of Business Affairs
- Erica Akridge, Human Resource Associate
- Geoff Pottorf, Box Office Assistant
- Heidi Hurtig, Associate Season Marketing Manager
- Ian York, Website & Technology Assistant Manager
- Jamie Berry, Senior Patron Services Associate
- Jennifer Dunnaway, Advertising Manager
- Jessi Wohlfarth, Graphic Design Manager
- Laura Henrickson, Manager of Database Inventory
- Liz Conant, Director of Ticketing and Patron Services
- Matt Henrickson, Marketing Assistant
- Michael Hudgens, Production Manager
- Patrick Lewallen, Digital Marketing Manager
- Pete Weber, Senior Operations Director
- Rachel Graeff, Graphic Design Associate
- Rachel Reese, Senior Season Marketing Associate
- Reida York, Associate Senior Director of Advertising
- Sally Milgram, Marketing Communications Account Manager
- Sarah Jeter, Senior Group Sales Associate
- Tracie Brandow, Office Manager
- Tyler Harper, Programming Associate
- Veronica Raymer, Graphic Design Associate
The American Theatre Guild is looking for bright, energetic interns and volunteers to help in a variety of different aspects of touring Broadway, such as marketing, public relations, graphic design and production. We can work together to explore the areas you are most interested in gaining experience. If you’re interested in finding out more information about this program, please contact us using our Contact Form.
All internships are based in our offices in Kansas City, Missouri.
Street Team Membership
The American Theatre Guild is looking for volunteers to help with productions coming to your city. This is a perfect chance to be involved with theater productions and enjoy the thrill of live theater! If you think you might be interested in helping us on the ground, this would be the perfect experience for you!
If you’re interested in finding out more information about this program, contact The American Theatre Guild at 800.776.7469 or email firstname.lastname@example.org