Donna Trinkoff, at the helm of Amas Musical Theatre since 1994, has produced The Other Josh Cohen; Triassic Parq; Aesop & Co.; Me and Miss Monroe; Signs of Life; Wanda’s World; Shout! The Mod Musical; Sheba; Magpie; DogMusic; Lone Star Love; Texas; Stormy Weather: The Lena Horne Story; Zanna, Don’t!; Starmites 2001; Latin Heat; From My Hometown; Langston Hughes's Little Ham; 4 Guys Named José; Rollin’ on the T.O.B.A.; (partial list) and over 70 musicals for the Amas Six O’Clock Lab. Donna is an Associate Artistic Director of the Cabaret and Performance Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Center in CT and works with Aruba Productions on new and upcoming musicals. She holds a BA in English and Theatre from SUNY Binghamton, is a graduate of The National Theatre Institute and Drama Studio in London. A member of the League for Professional Theatre Women, she received the New York Municipal Art Society 1998 Award of Merit and the 2003 Galaxy Award from the NY Women’s Association.
Liz Ulmer is a Producer, General and Company Manager, specializing in developing new works. She has helmed numerous NYMF and Fringe productions, as well as various workshops and benefit concerts around NYC. Recent projects include Independents at Soho Playhouse (NY Times Critics' Pick), Baby Case (NYMF Best of Festival), Flambe Dreams (NYMF Excellence in Music, Lyrics and Direction), Twilight: a Musical Parody at New World Stages, Date of a Lifetime (NYMF Best Book and Lyrics) and I Got Fired: A Revenge Musical (NYC and Daegu International Music Festival). Liz has worked as a dramaturg for NYC Opera, Ithaca College Theatre Arts, Cornell University and NYMF as well as numerous writers and directors. She has served as Associate Producer for NYMF and is a member of the Off Broadway Alliance. As an actor, Liz has appeared with NY Stage and Film and The Actors Studio. She is a graduate of Ithaca College.
John Capo is the president of John Capo Public Relations, a NYC-based agency representing a broad spectrum of clients in the entertainment industry. Current/recent clients include Son of a Gun at Theatre Row, Amigo Duende at El Museo del Barrio, Prospect Theater Company, Unsung Musicals Company, the digital series PZAZZ101 featuring Laura Osnes, Donna McKechnie and Beth Leavel, the world’s longest-running musical The Fantasticks, New York’s longest-running play Perfect Crime, the long-running spoof of the news NEWSical the Musical, the international blockbuster Fame, Cole Porter's Nymph Errant at Theatre Row, a site-specific production of Amelia on Governors Island, Adam Guettel’s Myths and Hymns at the West End Theatre, the 2012 New York Musical Theatre Festival productions of Flambe Dreams, Le Cabaret Grimm, Stuck, Trouble The Musical and Zapata! The Musical, the 2012 FringeNYC productions of Have I Got a Girl for You, Scarlett Fever, Pulp Shakespeare, Channeling Kevin Spacey at St. Luke’s Theater, Marcia Milgrom Dodge’s Venus Flytrap, Daily News reporter Robert Dominguez’s Midnight in Havana, Magnetic North starring Christian Campbell, a developmental reading of I Was a Teenage B-Movie King starring Alexander Gemignani and Will Swenson, the launch of Elaine and Jerry Orbach’s posthumous memoir Remember How I Love You, Follies star Ron Raines (Tony nomination for Lead Actor) and Carole Demas. Member: Off Broadway Alliance, Writers Guild of America, Film Independent.