Columbia Artists Theatricals International (CAT)

A division of Columbia Artists Management, CAT maintains a leadership position in the development and growth of an international circuit for the distribution of Broadway branded touring productions. A leader in the field for over fifty years, CAT played a significant role in the creation of the Broadway Theatre League, delivering touring productions to over 60 cities in the US. CAT has represented an international roster of productions and producers including ANNIE, BLUE MAN GROUP, CATS, CHICAGO, EVITA, GREASE, STOMP AND THE WIZARD OF OZ.

Professional Facilities Management (PFM)

PFM, founded in 1988, manages ten theatres in eight states across North America. PFM's responsibilities include management, facility construction and renovation, concession and food service, and acquisition, marketing and presentation of talent. PFM's facilities range in size from the 3,200 seat theatre in Providence, Rhode Island to the 550 seat venue in Beavercreek, Colorado.

The Nederlander Organization

The Nederlander Organization began in 1912 with the purchase of the old Detroit Opera House. Now into their third generation of theatre development, ownership and production, the Nederlander Organization is one of the largest, most experienced operators of live entertainment in the world. From world-class ballets to pop stars such as U2 and Neil Diamond, the Nederland name has been synonymous with the best of Broadway Theatre.