Abigail Rose Solomon
President and Founder
Abigail is a Drama Desk Award winning and Tony Award nominated producer, who founded Rosalind Productions in 2005. On Broadway, she has co-produced FUNNY GIRL (starring Lea Michele), THE PROM (Drama Desk Award for Best Musical, Tony Award nominated for Best New Musical) KING LEAR (starring Glenda Jackson) and THREE TALL WOMEN (Tony and Drama Desk Award Nominations for Best Play Revival, starring Glenda Jackson and Laurie Metcalf who both won Tony Awards). Abigail was an Associate Producer on THE MIRACLE WORKER (starring Alison Pill) and a Producing Associate on the new musical WAR PAINT (starring Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole who were both nominated for Tony Awards). Abigail has also worked as a Grassroots Marketer on THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL (starring Cicely Tyson who won a Tony Award), a Marketing Associate on ALL MY SONS (starring John Lithgow and Katie Holmes) and a Management Associate on CYRANO DE BERGERAC (starring Jennifer Garner and Kevin Kline who was nominated for a Tony).
Off-Broadway, Abigail co-produced The New York Times Critic’s Pick hit show ORATORIO FOR LIVING THINGS with Ars Nova, and The New York Times Critic’s Pick hit show MY LINGERIE PLAY with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. She also produced sold-out productions of SAVAGE IN LIMBO by John Patrick Shanley and the New York Premiere of A SPLINTERED SOUL. She produced an extended run of the New York Premiere of THE LAST SEDER (starring Emmy Award nominee Gaby Hoffmann). She has worked as Marketing Director for the non-profit theater Keen Company and as Producing and Marketing Director for The Peccadillo Theater Company.
Abigail was a co-producer on the Webseries comedy ALL DOWNHILL FROM HERE (starring Brooke Adams). For several years, she worked as agent and actor for the non-profit, Add Verb Productions, selling and performing educational one-person shows, which toured nationally.
Abigail received her MFA from the NYU Graduate Acting Program. She started Rosalind Productions initially to produce shows in Los Angeles, where she was working as an actor. Abigail first produced a play she wrote, STAGES, which she had developed at NYU. It ran at Hudson Mainstage Theatre and extended at The Matrix Theatre in Hollywood. She cast fellow NYU alum Ryan Michelle Bathe (THIS IS US) who garnered an NAACP Theater Award Nomination for her performance. Following the success of STAGES, she co-produced a sold-out, all-female production of AS YOU LIKE IT with Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company at The Matrix Theatre. She then produced PROOF (starring MARY HARTMAN’s Greg Mullavey) and MISALLIANCE (starring STAR TREK’s Armin Shimerman) both at The Odyssey Theatre. Abigail was a member of Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills, where she served on the Artistic Committee, and was an Ovation Award Voter for the L.A. Stage Alliance, for three years.
As an actor, Abigail has performed on stage and screen with Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Sarah Jessica Parker, Billy Crystal, Mahershala Ali, Jerry Orbach, Patricia Clarkson, Alicia Silverstone, Gaby Hoffmann, Joe Mantegna, Barbara Hershey, James Paxton, Daniel Sunjata, Jeremy Shamos, Alison Sweeney, Jesse L. Martin, Danny Pino, Henry Simmons, James Naughton, Kristian Alfonso, Armin Shimerman, Greg Mullavey, Heather Lind, Erica Tazel, Jordan Gelber and Ryan Michelle Bathe. She has worked with Manhattan Theatre Club, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, California Shakespeare Festival, Dorset Theatre Festival, Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse, Provincetown Theater, Ensemble Theatre Company of Santa Barbara, Women’s Project, New Georges, Abingdon Theatre Company, Sacred Fools, and Cambridge Arts Theatre in England. She has appeared in the feature films MR. & MRS. SMITH, LILLY, CHILDLESS, and did voice over work on MERCY and THE WITNESS. She has also performed in a number of short films. On TV Abigail has appeared on ODD MOM OUT, SEX AND THE CITY and LAW & ORDER and had recurring roles on NYPD BLUE and DAYS OF OUR LIVES. For more about her acting go to www.abigailrosesolomon.com.
Abigail received her B.A. in Theater from Williams College. She is a member of The Broadway League. Abigail lives in Manhattan, where she grew up, with her son and daughter.
Executive Vice President, Creative Development and Production
An Emmy (NATAS) and Tony-nominated and Drama Desk winning producer, Jennifer is a former television executive who spent over two decades in the industry in production and marketing as a senior executive at major media companies such as AMC Networks, Time Warner, Lifetime Television Networks, and NBC Universal, working on Top 5 television businesses USA Network, Sy Fy Channel, Lifetime, Lifetime Movie Network, Lifetime Real Women, and WE tv. Her areas of expertise in theater lie in the development of new musicals and plays in the commercial theater and non-profit spaces, dramaturgy, a unique understanding of the women’s market as the primary ticket-buying audience, and strategic planning for creative organizations. In addition to her duties at Rosalind Productions, she continues to consult to the TV industry, is Producing Artistic Director at Parity Productions, and a longtime board member of influencer theater company Page 73 as well as a voting member of the TV Academy of Arts and Sciences. She has guest lectured in various areas of the country on the business of creative producing including at NYU’s Stern School of Business and was a recipient of the Betsy Magness Leadership Fellowship, one of cable television’s highest honors for women. She has a Masters Degree in Entertainment Businesses from New York University.
Covi Loveridge Brannan
Literary and Production Assistant
Covi Loveridge Brannan (she/her) is an actress, playwright, and creative producer based in New York City. Her site-specific adaptation of Eugene O’Neill’s classic play, Christie, premiered at The Waterfront Museum in October 2022, where she was featured in the title role. Her one-act play Recipe for a Witch Hunt was nominated for “Best Short Play” at NY Winterfest 2019, where she also received a “Best Actress” nomination for her performance. As a creative producer, she has instigated various one-act festivals championing emerging playwrights, as well as supported developmental productions such as Reminiscence at Italytime Cultural Center, a community-based project exploring the experience of international women living in New York City. Covi graduated from The New School College of Performing Arts in 2020 with a MA in Performing Arts Management and a graduate certificate in Sustainability Studies from Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment. Her focus there was developing methodologies for performing artists which center on environmental sustainability, community-based activism, and eco-social approaches to development. www.coviloveridge.com
Social Media Manager
Joelle is a sophomore studying Psychology and Theatre at Binghamton University. She has been acting and singing for her whole life and loves all things music and theatre. In addition to being onstage, Joelle enjoys working behind the scenes on various types of theatrical and film productions. Joelle is so excited to be working with Rosalind Productions!