Eric Cornell is a Tony Award-winning producer who works in theatre, digital media, and broadcast TV. Eric has worked on Broadway, Off-Broadway, National Touring, Regional, and International productions for 17 years in various producing, presenting and management roles. As Management: The Producers, Hairspray, Wicked, Next to Normal, Sister Act. As Executive Producer: Anastasia, Rocky. As Producer: Pass Over, To Kill a Mockingbird, Oklahoma! (Tony Award), What the Constitution Means to Me (Tony nomination), Head Over Heels, Big Fish, A Christmas Carol. Eric was a Company Manager at 321 Theatrical Management for six years and then served as Vice President of Production and Executive Producer for Stage Entertainment USA for four years before starting his own companies: Eric Cornell Productions, an entertainment consulting and services company, and Cornice Productions, an investment, management, and production company for live entertainment. Upcoming shows: Anne of Green Gables, The Outsiders, Lights Out: Nat King Cole, Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical, The Cottage. He has been expanding into the TV, Digital, and Recording industries since 2014 and is passionate about the expansion of live entertainment across multiple distribution channels. Recent credits include, TV: “Spongebob Squarepants Live!” (Associate Producer, Nickelodeon); Music: Anastasia Original Broadway Cast Album (Co-Producer and Album Manager), Rocky Original Broadway Cast Album (Executive Producer), Broadway Lullabies (Producer), Vasthy’s Friends (Producer / upcoming); Digital: Project Sing Out! (Producer / Webby Award Honoree, Telly Award, Davey Award), Ctrl Alt Delete (Executive Producer, Season 2), One Night, Many Candles (Producer). Eric is a member of The Broadway League, the Television Academy, and the Recording Academy.Eric is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, where he developed The Business of Theatre, a junior and senior level course to prepare students further as working professionals. He recently gave the Keynote Address on the importance of supporting arts education and has guest lectured at the American Theatre Wing, NYU, Berklee NYC, New York Technical Institute, Union High School, Fordham College, Michigan State University, and University of Connecticut, as well as Emerson College, where he earned his BA in Theatre, and Harvard University, where he received his MLA in Management. For more information, visit www.ericcornell.com.