About

Caiola Productions

Caiola Productions is a five-time Tony Award® and and two-time Drama Desk Award award winning theater and film production and investment company founded by winning brother and sister producing team Luigi Caiola and Rose Caiola. Award-winning productions co-produced by Caiola Productions include Once on this Island (Tony Award® for Best Revival of a Musical),  Dear Evan Hansen (winner of 6 Tony Awards® including Best Musical), The Color Purple (winner of 2 Tony Awards® for Best Musical Revival and Best Leading Actress), All The Way starring Bryan Cranston (winner […]

Luigi Caiola

Luigi Caiola is the Managing Member and CEO of B and L Management LLC, a real estate development company that focuses on multi-family residential projects. Founded by the late Benny Caiola in 1974, B and L owns and operates residential and commercial properties throughout New York City. A five-time Tony Award® winning producer, Luigi made his debut as a Broadway producer in 2011 with the historic revival of Godspell by Stephen Schwartz. Since then, partnering with his sister Rose Caiola, Caiola Productions […]

Rose Caiola

Rose Caiola is the Founder and Executive Artistic Director of Manhattan Movement & Arts Center (mmac), a state-of-the-art dance and movement classroom, studio and performance facility near Lincoln Center, and Manhattan Youth Ballet, one of the country’s premier classical ballet academies. At mmac, Rose has produced a variety of concerts and benefits over the last 15 years including “Hope for Haiti” and “The Knickerbocker Suite”. Rose conceived, co-wrote, and produced the Off-Broadway premiere of Freckleface Strawberry The Musical, based on […]