General Manager of IMPROVOGRAPHY opening on December 16, 2003 at the Joyce Theatre in New York, closing on January 4, 2004, followed by a US tour starring Savion Glover with his tap dance company Ti Dii.
Produced by The Joyce Theater Foundation, Inc. in association with Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment, LLC and Maniactin, Inc. Executive Producers: Robert Nederlander, Jr & Beth Smith.
Directed & Choreographed by Savion Glover; Musical Direction by Tommy James; Lighting Design by Brenda Dolan; Sound Design by Allen Rowland and Costume Stylist: Yvette E. Stapleton
Starring Savion Glover with his dance company Ti Dii, featuring Alexandria Bradley, Marshall Davis, Jr., Michelle Dorrance, Hannah Heller, Maya Smullyan-Jenkins, Andrew Nemr, Carter Anthony Williams along with Jazz band led by Tommy James, Patience Higgins, Andy McCloud, Brian Grice and James Zollar
General Managed by Toby Simkin; Stage Managed by Beth Bornstein; Wardrobe provided by Armani, DKNY & Phat Farm, Tap Instrument supplied by Event Systems (Rich Saccoliti); Backline supplied by Caroll Music; Assistant to Ms. Davis: Shashala McFarlane; Executive Assistant: Karina Ramsey; Press Representative: Richard Rubenstein Associates .
Later touring extensively throughout the USA as Improvography II.
As Executive Producer & Senior Vice President of Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment LLC since 2000, a New York division of the Nederlander Organization charged with international development of theatrical markets, venues and shows.
Improvography is a word coined by the late Gregory Hines. When tap dancer Savion Glover uses “Improvography” as the title of his new show, he pays tribute to his beloved mentor, who died, too soon, in 2003.