2017 BROADWAY GLOBAL PRODUCER OF THE YEAR
"You don’t know passion until you talk to
Catherine Schreiber about The Scottsboro Boys."
-Matthew Amer Official London Theatre.uk.co
“Passion. That's what it takes to be a great producer. Passion for the art. Passion to share that art with the most people possible. And that's exactly what Catherine Schreiber has. What's more, she has imagination. She is always thinking about how to make something happen. How to bring people together, share ideas & share her passion. Catherine is unstoppable.”
-David Thompson (Author The Scottsboro Boys, Chicago)
“Catherine Schreiber is the most passionate, thoughtful & generous producer in the business. Broadway needs more of her."
-Colman Domingo (Star of stage, Film TV)
"Catherine's great spirit, devotion & determination were of enormous help in making the production of ‘The Scottsboro Boys’ a reality.”
-John Kander (The Scottsboro Boys, Chicago, Cabaret)
CURRENTLY ON BROADWAY:
Angels in America directed by Marianne Elliott
The Play that Goes Wrong
CURRENT LONDON PRODUCTIONS:
Olivier Award-Winning Dreamgirls
UPCOMING BROADWAY PRODUCTIONS:
UPCOMING UK PRODUCTIONS:
Company directed by Marianne Elliott
RECENT PRODUCTIONS UK:
The Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe, directed by Sally Cookson,
Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle directed by Marianne Elliott.
Proud winner of the Evening Standard Award and London Critics' Circle as Lead Producer of The Scottsboro Boys,
Tony winner for Clybourne Park.
A five time Tony nominee, she is also a Four Time Olivier Award Nominee: Dreamgirls (2017), Show Boat (2017), People Places & Things (2016) and The Scottsboro Boys at Young Vic. (2013)
Offie Winner: The Life (Southwark Theatre, 2017)
Her five Tony nominations include:
Fiddler on the Roof (2016), Clybourne Park (2012), Peter and the Starcatcher (2012), The Scottsboro Boys (2011) and Next Fall (2010).
Tony Voter, Member of the Broadway League, Member of SOLT (UK) and League of Professional Theatre Women, Catherine produced Desperate Writers, a play she co-wrote, Off Broadway at the Union Square Theatre. Honored for her work with the Scottsboro Boys Museum, she received the Key to the City of Scottsboro and gave the keynote address at the signing of the Scottsboro Boys Act, 2013. Catherine studied at Yale College (B.A. English, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude) and is also a film/television writer and actress. She is happily married to Miles N. Ruthberg, nationally renowned attorney and Senior Partner at Latham & Watkins. They have two beautiful children, Stephanie and Jeremy. Catherine now lives in New York City, with London becoming a second home.