Weaving together an imaginative group uniquely suited to each project,
Right Down Broadway Productions, Ltd., provides opportunities for experienced and underserved theater professionals, and rewards audiences with exposure to fresh ideas and new faces in compelling, entertaining theatre.
Right Down Broadway Productions is dedicated to developing new plays and bringing high-quality, original projects to the Off-Broadway Stage.
has been a writer for
20 years. She is the resident playwright for Right Down Broadway Productions, as well as the author of two screenplays, The Night of the New Moon and It's Magic! (a coming of age story for late, late bloomers.) In 1999 her play Incidental Lives was produced by New Avenue Theater Project at Synchronicity Space.
Artists Statement: The hardest thing for a human being to do is surrender a mindset that is no longer working. Using conflicts that transcend cultural issues, my plays explore what happens when this belief system is forcibly challenged by circumstances or relationships, and the individual crumbles. With the realization that yesterday's answers don't apply, he/she is left with an opportunity to build a new and potentially more honest foundation for the future.
Advisory Board brings wide-ranging experience in both the
business and artistic communities. While advising us in the
inception and direction of Right Down Broadway Productions,
their guidance and support gives us invaluable aid in
pursuing our far-reaching goals.
Michael McKenzie is a graduate of Webster College Conservatory of Theatre Arts in St. Louis, MO, class of 1979. For more than thirty years he has worked as an actor, appearing on Broadway in Waiting in the Wings (with Lauren Bacall), The Man Who Came to Dinner (with Nathan Lane) and in Eastern Standard, and toured the United States and Canada for two seasons as a member of John Houseman's The Acting Company. Other stage credits include Pittsburgh Public, Denver Center, South Coast Repertory, Hartford Stage, The Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles), The Goodman Theatre (Chicago), Pioneer Theater (Salt Lake City), Capital Rep, Portland Stage, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, St. Louis Repertory and many others. Television credits include
House of Cards, Law & Order, Hack, All My Children, One Life to Live, As the World Turns, Chicago Hope, Babes, Gabriel's Fire, Hypernauts, and a dozen episodes of Babylon 5. See more on Michael McKenzie at
is the Associate
Dean of CUNY’s School of Professional Studies. SPS develops
and conducts courses and certificate programs in
collaboration with government, not-for profit entities,
businesses and unions. In his role as Associate Dean, Brian
is responsible for providing leadership for the creation,
management, promotion, and oversight of new graduate and
undergraduate certificate and degree programs. Brian serves
as member of the Online Baccalaureate Coordinating Committee
and is responsible for the overall implementation and
administration of online degree programs at the School.
His work has focused on developing and implementing
workforce development and continuing education initiatives
for the University including CUNY’s Professional Training
Academy with New York City’s Human Resources Administration,
the Informal Family Childcare Training Project and the CUNY
Brian is also a member of the Board of the Lincoln
Prior to coming to CUNY, Brian was the Executive
Director of Adult Programs at Jobs for Youth, Inc., which
served at-risk families and out-of-school youth. His
undergraduate degree is from St. Cloud State University in
Minnesota and he holds a Master’s of Public Administration
from Baruch College.
is currently an Associate Producer and General Manager for NETworks Presentations. A twelve year veteran of the company, she has produced and/or managed over 30 touring productions in the U.S. and internationally. Current productions include Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Billy Elliot, Blue Man Group, La Cage au Folles, starring George Hamilton, Shrek, the Musical, Roger’s and Hammerstein’s South Pacific, Young Frankenstein, Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins, and The New 25th Anniversary Production of Les Miserables. Future productions include Flashdance the Musical, Elf the Musical and National Theatre of Great Britain’s U.S. touring production of War Horse. Prior to working with NETworks, she was the Company Manager for Jeffrey Finn Production's Broadway Songbook Series and Company Manager/Performance Director for Jean Ann Ryan Productions aboard the Norwegian Cruise Line. As a Dancer she was a member of Actors Equity Association and performed extensively, including roles in both the National and European tours of 42nd Street.
Sedgwick has exhibited widely throughout the
United States and in New York City at Rosenberg +
Kaufman Fine Arts, A.I.R. Gallery and Artists Space. Her
most recent show was in October 2013 at The Painting Center,
in New York City. In April 2012, she had a solo show at
Stephen Rosenberg Fine Arts, in New York City. Her work is included in many private and
public collections, including the W Hotel Group and McKinsey
and Company and Golden Artist Colors. Sedgwick lives and
works in New York City and Truro, MA. Her work may be seen
is an attorney with extensive
government and private sector experience as a trial
attorney and manager of complex investigations and
prosecutions. As a former state and federal
prosecutor she specialized in both violent and
white-collar crime, securing significant narcotics
trafficking, defense procurement and bank fraud
convictions. She argued and won appeals on several
of her cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for
the First Circuit. As a Director of an
independently-owned investigative consulting and
business intelligence firm she led internal
corporate fraud, compliance and due diligence
investigations, for a variety of private and
publicly held Fortune-50 companies. As an attorney
for the City Law Department she defended Mayoral
agency policy initiatives and actions in the area of
civil rights, employment and education.
Debbi is a passionate booster for all things New York City since a
summer job as an Urban Fellow while a student at
Barnard. Since then she has served as her Class
President and Fund Chair, a Board member of her
coop, and a Sponsor Coordinator for the New York
Cycle Club's annual membership fundraising ride,
"Escape New York". She is currently a Director of
Lexolution LLC, a legal recruiting agency, and lives
on W. 93rd Street with her rescue dog Stella, a
passionate booster of off-leash hours in Central