Tegan Summer is a member of the Broadway League, CEO of Tegan Summer Theatricals & Timeless Stage & Screen, and an NAACP and Ovation award-recipient. He is also the worldwide stage theatrical rights owner for the properties of James Dean, Bettie Page, The Nicholas Brothers, and Amelia Earhart, and holds the life rights for stage for Malcolm X and Harvey Milk.
Current and Credited: Producer, Librettist, and Lyricist of the following: Lucky Numbers: The Story of the Peerless Nicholas Brothers with Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company (Jamil Jude Artistic Director); Mozart: Her Unspoken Story – The New Musical (Carnegie Hall); Bettie Page, Queen of Pin-Ups * The Musical; Amelia – A Musical Tale of Bravery & Mystery; and the golden era musical, The Dolly Sisters: Icons of the Jazz Age, based on the biography by Gary Chapman.
He is Lead Producer on the Broadway-bound Stormy Weather – The Lena Horne Musical. Summer also produced the world premiere of Marilyn! – The New Musical (Ogunquit Playhouse | Caesars Entertainment) in Los Angeles.
He is GP on Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty’s new musical, Little Dancer, directed by Susan Stroman, and a Producer on Andrew Lloyd Webber and Nimax’s 2023 revival of Aspects of Love at the Lyric Theatre in London’s West End.
Summer is the former Board President of Amas Musical Theatre, a Board member of the Foundation for New American Musicals, and a proud member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre and the Dramatists Guild.
- Off Broadway
- NYC/Tri-State Area
- United Kingdom
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