Abigail Rose Solomon

Abigail Rose Solomon

Executive Producer

Abigail is a Drama Desk Award winning and Tony Award nominated producer, who founded Rosalind Productions Inc in 2005. On Broadway, she has co-produced 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 for their performances. Abigail was also 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 MY LINGERIE PLAY with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. She also co-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 of the TV Series 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, Alicia Silverstone, Gaby Hoffmann, Joe Mantegna, Barbara Hershey, 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 Kelly AuCoin. 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 films MR. & MRS. SMITH, CHILDLESS, and WELCOME HOME and did voice over work for MERCY and THE WITNESS. On TV she has appeared on ODD MOM OUT, SEX AND THE CITY and LAW & ORDER.” She has also 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 serves on the Alumnae Arts Committee for The Brearley School, which she attended in NYC, and is on the Board of Directors of The Jewish Board, the largest social service agency in New York. Abigail is a member of The Broadway League. She lives in Manhattan, where she grew up, with her husband, son and daughter.

Jennifer Kranz

Jennifer Kranz

Director, Creative Development

Jennifer Kranz has spent two decades in production and marketing in the entertainment industry. She was a key part of the senior executive team at AMC Networks as Vice President of Marketing and Promotional Strategy for Women’s Entertainment Television, the hit female-oriented cable network, and has held senior tenures at Cablevision, Time Warner, Lifetime Television and NBC Universal, where she worked on Top 5 TV businesses such as USA Network, Sci Fi Channel, Lifetime and Lifetime Movie Network.
She has fifteen years of experience in brand management, strategy, and marketing entertainment to women and is an expert in the psychology behind what drives them to consume to television, movies, theater and literature. Her other areas of expertise include strategic planning for theater and media organizations, traditional and digital marketing and best practices in analytics and affinity targeting. She acts as a senior-level consultant to the television industry and Broadway and Off-Broadway producers.
Jennifer has a Masters degree in Entertainment Finance and Marketing from New York University. She has been a guest lecturer several times at NYU’s Stern School of Business and is a Betsy Magness Leadership Fellow. She is a voting member of the TV Academy of Arts and Sciences.  She is also a board member of New York-based influencer Theater Company Page 73, a member of the League of Professional Theatre Women, and NYWIFT.

Emma Tattenbaum-Fine

Emma Tattenbaum-Fine

Social Media Manager

Emma Tattenbaum-Fine is an actress and comedy writer who’s worked alongside quirky luminaries like Reggie Watts, Al Sharpton, and Aparna Nancherla. She’s collaborated with Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls at the Party and written for Comedy Central’s Indecision 2012, Refinery29, and as a staff writer on Almost Genius for TruTV. She’s a finalist for Full Frontal with Samantha Bee’s mentorship program; a 2017 Peabody Institute Career Development grant recipient; and a 2015 College Humor grant winner. She performed standup at Caroline’s Comedy Club as a 2016 Comedy Central “Comic to Watch.” Emma is the online voice of female-driven Rosalind Productions across all of its social media and has worked with several female authors, producers, and actresses to build their online brand and strategy. Emma’s audio album of personal, funny essays is available at www.emmatattenbaumfine.com

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