ABOUT JAM THEATRICALS

Jam Theatricals is a Chicago-based entertainment company that presents and produces Broadway engagements throughout North America.

Under the direction of co-founders Arny Granat and Steve Traxler, Jam Theatricals manages subscription seasons in about 28 cities throughout the country where they strive to bring the best of Broadway to the communities served. Current presentations include some of Broadway’s biggest blockbusters: Wicked, The Book of Mormon, Jersey Boys, The Phantom of the Opera and many more.

Jam Theatricals currently manages and operates the National Theatre in Washington D.C. Built in 1835, it is the oldest theatre for touring Broadway.

Jam Theatricals and its principals have produced over 50 shows on Broadway, and have earned ten Tony Awards® for the following shows: Glengarry Glen Ross (Best Revival of a Play, 2005), Monty Python’s Spamalot (Best Musical, 2005), The History Boys (Best Play, 2006), August: Osage County (Best Play, 2008), Hair (Best Revival of a Musical, 2009), Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Best Revival of a Play, 2013), All The Way (Best Play, 2014), Fun Home (Best Musical, 2015), The Color Purple (Best Revival of a Musical, 2016), and The Bands Visit (Best Musical, 2018).

Additional Broadway credits include: The Ferryman, The Cher Show, The New One, Mean Girls, Waitress, Something Rotten, Wolf Hall, Hand To God, You Can’t Take It With You, The Realistic JonesesThe Glass MenagerieOne Man Two GuvnorsFrankie and Johnny in the Clair de LuneThe Retreat from MoscowTalk RadioRock ‘n’ RollThe SeafarerThe HomecomingNovemberSunday in the Park with GeorgeSpeed-the-Plow9 to 5Blithe SpiritRaceCome Fly AwayThe Addams Family, and the 30th anniversary revival of Glengarry Glen Ross starring Al Pacino (2012).