(Counter-clockwise, from top left) As the new president of Jujamcyn Theaters, Broadway's third largest owner/operator, 34-year-old producer Roth has many expectations to meet, but with a proven track record of discovering recent hits like Spring Awakening and Grey Gardens and a history of providing homes for shows including this year's Hair, Fela!, and Finian's Rainbow, his promotion is the theater world's gain.
While Stolz may be indebted to Tyra Banks for her big break'she competed on the 2005 season of America's Next Top Model'she has since proven she's more than just a pretty reality-television face. She's appeared in campaigns for American Eagle and Brooklyn Industries and has worked as a reporter for the Huffington Post and MTV, for whom she interviewed Barack Obama.
Davie's work has taken him from New York City government to the Ford Foundation and this year to the Arcus Foundation, whose mission is 'to achieve social justice that is inclusive of sexual orientation, gender identity, and race.' In February, President Obama named the Yale Divinity School graduate to the White House's Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
Azar is the host of Israel's Big Brother, and six years after he came out the Ryan Seacrest of the Holy Land says he has yet to experience prejudice. So when a gunman stormed a gay youth center in Tel Aviv earlier this year, killing two people, it was a blast of cold harsh reality that made Israel feel as claustrophobic as the Big Brother house.
In October, Landau was lured back to Broadway after a nine-year absence, when she was offered the chance to helm Superior Donuts, the latest play by Tracy Letts, Pulitzer Prize''winning author of August: Osage County. Next, she will write and direct an adaptation of the Grimm Brothers' Sleeping Beauty.
As founding partner of political and communications strategy firm Griffin | Schake, Griffin combines his extensive experience'he was the youngest staffer to serve in the West Wing'with his enviable Rolodex to effect change. Last fall he secured a $100,000 donation from Brad Pitt for the No on 8 Campaign. Griffin is also board president of the American Foundation for Equal Rights and served as executive producer on Kirby Dick's Outrage, a 2009 documentary about closeted politicians.