John is a two time Tony Award winning producer, most recently represented on Broadway and on tour by the Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Award winning best musical, A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder, which he helped develop.
As an inaugural recipient of the T. Edward Hambleton Fellowship for creative producers, he was trained in the development of new musicals by Harold Prince, the most successful producer and director in Broadway history. John’s notable collaborators include Tony winners Greg Kotis & Mark Hollman (Urinetown), Drama Desk winner Ed Sylvanus Iskandar, international music sensations the Scissor Sisters, and renowned author Armistead Maupin, among others.
Prior to his work on Broadway, John worked in the risk department of the investment bank at J.P.MorganChase & Co. He has lectured at Columbia University, the Commercial Theater Institute, and the University of Florida, which named him an Outstanding Young Alumnus in 2009 and named him to the Alumni Advisory Council for the Arts in 2014.
David most recently served as associate producer at Dede Harris Productions, supervising over $1 million in annual investments across multiple productions and spearheading the office's intellectual property acquisitions.
Prior, David was Head of Sales at DreamWorks Theatricals, overseeing single and group ticket sales to Shrek, the Musical, and reporting directly to Jeffrey Katzenberg. He has also served as Director of Sales & Marketing for Group Sales Box Office, Manager of Ticket Center Operations for the Broadway League, Sales and Marketing Associate for the national tours of 42nd Street, Urinetown, Blast!, and Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby.
His independent productions include Have A Nice Life, winner of 6 NYMF Awards, and the sold out world premiere of But I'm A Cheerleader: the Musical, winner of the NYMF Audience Award.
Colin Waitt -- Associate Producer
Colin coproduced the original run of Puffs at The Peoples Improv Theater. He is currently one of its associate producers at New World Stages. Additional credits include SERIALS (The Flea), Kapow-i GoGo(The PIT), Stupid Face(The PIT), and being an associate producer on Our House in Concert (The Savoy, London, dir. Matthew Warchus).
Charlie Crawford -- Assistant
Charlie joined Tilted Windmills after working with Nouveau Productions on various galas and concerts at Lincoln Center. He is currently producing a devised piece inspired by the Daedalus & Icarus myth. His play, This Way Front, was recently seen at Dixon Place, and his collaboration with Katie McGeorge, Simon vs. Garfunkel, ran at Puppet Playlist and Int'l Puppet NYC Fringe this summer.