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About Tom

Tom D’Angora is a Producer, Director, Writer, and Activist, who produced two of the longest-running musicals in New York theater history - NEWSical The Musical and Naked Boys Singing.   This season on Broadway, you can find Tom attached to Harmony and How To Dance In Ohio.

Tom is a Tony nominee, a 2 time Emmy nominee, 5 time Drama Desk nominee, An Outer Critics Circle nominee, a Drama League nominee, a Lucille Lortel nominee, and the winner of 3 Off-Broadway Alliance Awards, 3 Broadwayworld Awards, a Backstage Bistro Award, a MAC Award, a Human Rights Award, and has been the recipient of 2 Senate Proclamations, a Mayoral Proclamation, and a Proclamation from The Speaker of the New York City Council.

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Harmony - Co-Producer

How to Dance In Ohio - Co-Producer

Caroline, or Change (Roundabout Revival) - Co-Producer (Tony Nomination)

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Walking With Bubbles - Lead Producer

Harmony - Co-Producer (Winner Off-Broadway Alliance Award)

NEWSical The Musical - Lead Producer (Off-Broadway Alliance Award, 5th longest running off-Broadway                                                   show in history, 3 x Drama Desk nominated)

Naked Boys Singing! - Lead Producer, Co-Director

A Musical About Star Wars - Lead Producer, Writer, Co-Director

Addy & Uno - Lead Producer

The Marvelous Wonderettes - Lead Producer, Co-Director

A Broadway Diva Christmas - Lead Producer, Co- Director 

Divas I've Done - Lead Producer

Back In Pictures - Lead Producer

NEWSical The Musical - Lead Producer

A Musical About Star Wars - Lead Producer

Naked Boys Singing! - Lead Producer

NEWSical The Musical - Lead Producer

Mélange - Executive Producer, Writer, Creator

After Forever - Co-Executive Producer

Save Birdland: A Celebration of Music, History, and Community - Producer (Emmy nomination)

The Save West Bank Cafe Christmas Day Telethon - Producer

The Musical of Musicals The Musical - Producer (Emmy nomination)

The Stonewall Inn Safe Spaces Concert - Producer 

The 75th Annual Theatre World Awards - Producer

The Big Gay Musical - Producer

Mangus - Producer

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NYC VIBE TALKS WITH THE OWNER OF THE LEGENDARY JAZZ CLUB BIRDLAND
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NYC VIBE TALKS WITH THE OWNER OF THE LEGENDARY JAZZ CLUB BIRDLAND

NYC VIBE was just told the fundraising concert to save the iconic New York jazz club Birdland raised more than $450,000 which assures the club will stay open awaiting word when it can resume performances following NYC COVID rules. The fundraising efforts were highlighted by a free streaming concert that first aired on January 24 and is available on replay. The lineup for the event included former President Bill Clinton, legendary music executive Clive Davis, Elvis Costello, Jeff Daniels and Leslie Odom Jr and more. The jazz club, named after Charlie “Yardbird” Parker, originally opened its doors in 1949 but has struggled under the city’s lockdowns due to COVID-19. After indoor dining was shut down, the club attempted to launch a concert series, Radio Free Birdland, that would stream live from the venue’s stage, but plans were cut short when stricter lockdown mandates were put in place. Tom D’Angora and his husband, Michael, as well as Tim Guinee, began raising much-needed funds with a GoFundMe that collected more than $200,000 within a week. The concert marked the final push for the producers’ attempts to save the club. Others who took part in the concert included Matthew Broderick, Ken Burns, Peter Cincotti, Giancarlo Esposito, Diana Krall, Melissa Leo, Norm Lewis, Manhattan Transfer, Wynton Marsalis, Bebe Neuwirth, Mandy Patinkin, John Pizzarelli, Martha Plimpton, Chita Rivera, Randy Rainbow, Mercedes Ruehl, Catherine Russell, Billy Stritch and Veronica Swift. The “Save Birdland: A Celebration of Music, History and Community” helped bring awareness to the GoFundMe set up to help the club pay off debts incurred over the span of the COVID-19 pandemic.