(Producer, Favorite Snack Productions, LLC)

As a theatrical producer, Gwyn marries her leadership and business skills (including team building, project management, contract negotiation and web expertise) with her passion for the performing arts, backed by nearly a half- century of accumulated cultural capital. Gwyn is on the advisory board for The Amoralists, a new theatre group whose recent productions have been critically and popularly acclaimed. She consults with executives in business and the arts on organizational structure and process. Gwyn has a B.S. in Computer Science from Yale University, an MBA from Harvard Business School and certification in Organization Coaching from New York University. As the mother of a 15 year old, she is very tuned into the complexities of the lives of Wanda and her fellow Cheese Valley tweens.


(Producer, Linden Park Productions LLC)

has produced High; Race; Superior Donuts; Burn The Floor; Hair (Tony); Blithe Spirit; The Homecoming; Spring Awakening (Tony); Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me; The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial; 'night, Mother; Enchanted April; and Ministry of Progress. Other productions he has been associated with include: Thoroughly Modern Millie; All Shook Up!; and Summer of '42. Terry is the executive producer of The Manhattan Monologue Slam and is a principal of The New York Reality TV School. His civic endeavors include serving as director of the MUNY; the Shakespeare Festival St. Louis; and the Professional Theatre Awards Council, which annually bestows The Kevin Kline Awards.


(Education & Outreach Partner)

is the original Off-Broadway producer of "Wanda's World", presenting its award-winning run after it appeared in a developmental reading in the Amas Six O'Clock Musical Theatre Lab Series. Helmed by Producing Artistic Director Donna Trinkoff and Managing Director Jan Hacha, Amas ("you love" in Latin) is New York City's award-winning pioneer in multiculturalism in the performing arts since 1969. Founded by actress/producer Rosetta LeNoire ("Bubbling Brown Sugar"), Amas is devoted to the creation, development and professional production of new American musicals through the celebration of diversity and minority perspectives, the emergence of new artistic talent, and the training and encouragement of under-served young people in the New York area. Amas is partnering with Producer Osnos on the development of Empathy Education Through Theatre (E2T2), an education and outreach program comprised of a new and scalable network of funders, educators, schools, and youth service providers. E2T2 will introduce "Wanda's World" and similarly themed musicals to youth, using these shows as a jumping off point for constructive conversations about empathy and bullying, and as a way to foster/inspire the youths' own creative endeavors.


(General Manager)

Martian is a premiere theatrical general management and production firm owned by CEO/founder Carl D. White and executive producer Paul Boskind. The highly experienced management staff at Martian is led by associate general manager Lauren P. Yates; head of production Scott DelaCruz; director of marketing Steven DeLuca; and management associate Carolyn Kuether. Credits include: Altar Boyz (NYC & 1st National Tour); [Title Of Show]; The Temperamentals; Bash'd!; Glory Days; Amy Wilson's Mother Load (NYC & Nat'l Tour); Naked Boys Singing! (11th smash year and 40 cities worldwide); The Musical Of Musicals (NYC and The West End); Souvenir; Love Janis; The Last Session; Criss Angel Mindfreak and many others. Martian is also a partner in the mobile marketing website Upcoming: Wanda's World on Broadway; Don't Dress For Dinner on Broadway; and the highly anticipated rock musical Bare on Broadway.