Carl Moellenberg is a seven-time Tony award winner and an active, respected producer on Broadway. His Tony awards were for Spring Awakening (Best Musical in 2007), Hair (Best Musical Revival in 2009), War Horse (Best Play in 2011), Death of a Salesman (Best Play Revival in 2012), Pippin (Best Musical Revival in 2013), All The Way (2014 Best Play), and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (2015 Best Play).
He has also received Tony nominations for American Idiot (2010 Best Musical), Lend Me a Tenor (2010 Best Play Revival), Mary Stuart (2009 Best Play Revival), The Motherf**ker with the Hat (2011 Best Play), Catch Me If You Can (2011 Best Musical), The Best Man (2012 Best Play Revival), Evita (2012 Best Musical Revival), Orphans (2013 Best Play Revival), Cinderella (2013 Best Musical Revival), The Trip to Bountiful (2013 Best Play Revival), An American in Paris (2015 Best Musical), Wolf Hall (2015 Best Play), You Can’t Take It With You (2015 Best Play Revival), and Eclipsed (2016 Best Play). A partial list of other producing credits include Driving Miss Daisy, The Mountaintop, Speed-the-Plow, Hamlet, The Addams Family, The Glass Menagerie, All the Way, Rocky, and The Realistic Joneses.
Carl has also chosen to invest in several other very successful shows, including Wicked, West Side Story, God of Carnage, Once, Book of Mormon, and Hamilton. He is a member of the Broadway League of American Theatres and Producers and a graduate of the Commercial Theater Institute’s producer training program. He has a great eye for shows that will work in every sense of the word! You can see his full Broadway producing credits on IBDB.com.
When you send him your contact information, he will establish an ongoing relationship with you. Broadway Investing knows that there are many individuals who are interested in investing in Broadway, but may not know how to go about it. This site is his effort to provide a resource to those who love theater, want to support the arts and who also want to know how to be financially connected with a show. It is not intended to offer investments or investment advice, but to share theatre knowledge.