Paul Stuart Graham
Professor of Theatre Arts
For over 26 years Mr. Graham has worked in the professional theatre community as a theatre owner/producer, a regional theatre artistic producing director, commercial theatre producer, and theatre educator/ administrator/ consultant. Mr. Graham has co-produced shows Off Broadway, as well as in Boston and London, and has co-produced with Eric Clapton, Cameron Mackintosh and the late Roger L. Stevens of the Kennedy Performing Arts Center, among others. With Eric Clapton he co-produced the critically acclaimed Off Broadway productions of Dylan Thomas’ THE RETURN JOURNEY, directed by Sir Anthony Hopkins, and the U.S. premiere production of THE TRUMAN CAPOTE TALK SHOW. Mr. Graham has been the owner-producer of the historical Red Barn Playhouse in Michigan, the Artistic Producing Director of the Massachusetts Repertory Company, the Managing Director of the California Repertory Company at the Edison Theatre, the Producing Director of the Actors Co-op HOLLYWOOD, and currently the General Manager of the Los Angeles Theatre Center (LATC). While with the Massachusetts Repertory, he produced the world premiere of the Mark Bramble (42nd STREET, BARNUM) new musical THE MARRANO and the U.S. premiere of the Cameron Mackintosh (CATS, LE MIZ, PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, MISS SAIGON) new musical, MOBY DICK. Mr. Graham is an alumnus of the University of Massachusetts, Boston University School of the Arts and California State University Long Beach, and has an MFA in Theatre Management. Mr. Graham is CEO of Graham Group Consultants, an Associate Consultant with Michael G. Dolence & Associates and is a Professor in the Department of Music, Theatre and Dance at California State University, Los Angeles.