Amanda Dubois had been an independent commercial producer since 2004, a Full Member of the Broadway League since 2005 and serves on the Advisory Council of the American Theater Wing. Credits include: Broadway: Grace, Spring Awakening (Tony Award Best Musical, Drama Desk Award), ‘night, Mother. Off-Broadway: Small Mouth Sounds, Shotspeare, Traces. National Tour: Small Mouth Sounds, Shotspeare, Traces, Spring Awakening.
While on the producing team of Spring Awakening (Broadway and National Tour), Ms. Dubois was instrumental in devising and implementing the social media campaign on MySpace and Facebook, that served as the cornerstone of the marketing effort to the 18-35 year old audience. She also developed a program with Apple for both in-store and online promotion of the show on Broadway and the Road.
Ms. Dubois, and her partners Kristin Caskey, Mike Isaacson and Tom Gabbard, created a commercial tour and sit down in New York for Traces, by the Montréal based modern circus company 7 Fingers. One of Time Magazine’s Top Ten of 2011 and called “mad, pulse raising magic” by the New York Times. Traces traveled to Chicago, Los Angeles and Denver before sitting down for over a year Off Broadway at the Union Square Theater, where it was awarded “Best Special Event” by the Off Broadway Alliance. Subsequently, the show did a fifteen week tour in major road markets including: Tampa, Florida; Dallas, Texas; Charlotte, North Carolina and Nashville, Tennessee.
Ms. Dubois has several shows in various stages of development: Halftime debuted in Chicago in December 2015 and will have another pre Broadway stop at the Papermill Playhouse in May 2018. Most recently, Ms. Dubois has partnered with Kristin Caskey, Mike Isaacson and Robert Israel on Mad Hot Ballroom, directed by Jerry Mitchell with Book and Lyrics by Rick Elice and Music by Tom Kitt.