Caiola Productions

Caiola Productions is a four-time Tony® and 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.  During the 2016-17 theater season, Caiola Productions co-produced An Act of God with Sean Hayes, Dear Evan Hansen (winner of 6 Tony Awards® including Best Musical), Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Natasha Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, Sunday in the Park with Georgeand Significant Other. During the 2015-16 theater season, Caiola Productions produced Sylvia, Daddy Long Legs, On Your Feet, The Color Purple (winner of 2 Tony Awards® for Best Musical Revival and Best Leading Actress), China Doll, and Spring Awakening.  During the 2014-15 theater season, Caiola Productions co-produced You Can’t Take It With YouThe Elephant Man,  It’s Only A PlayAn American in Paris, and Nevermore — the Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe. During the 2013-14 season, Caiola Productions was a co-producer of All The Way starring Bryan Cranston (winner of 2 Tony Awards® for Best Play and Best Leading Actor), The Realistic Joneses,  The Bridges of Madison County on Broadway, the 2013-14 National Tour of Porgy & Bess and the London premiere of The Color Purple The Musical at the Menier Chocolate Factory.  Caiola Productions’s other theater credits include the 2012-13 Broadway productions of the Steppenwolf Theater’s acclaimed revival of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf  (winner of 3 Tony Awards® for Best Revival of a Play, Best Director, and Best Leading Actor), Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (winner of 1 Tony Award® and 3 Drama Desk Awards), Glengarry Glen Ross starring Al Pacino, The Heiress starring Jessica Chastain, David Strathairn, and Dan Stevens, Macbeth starring Alan Cumming, and David Mamet’s controversial drama The Anarchist starring Patti LuPone and Debra Winger. Past productions include the 2011-12 Broadway revival of Godspell. Each of Rose and Luigi have produced individually as well. Rose’s solo producing credits include the world premiere of Freckleface Strawberry The Musical, conceived and co-written by Rose, based on the children’s book by Julianne Moore, and the documentary film First Position.  Luigi’s solo producing credits include the revival of Frank Wildhorn’s Jekyll and Hyde The Musical, starring Constantine Maroulis and Deborah Cox (National Tour and Broadway 2012-13).

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