(Artistic Producer, Roundabout Underground) joined the leadership team of Roundabout in 2007 when she expanded her role as artistic consultant and became the lead producer of Roundabout Underground. Along with Todd Haimes,
Robyn has helped shape the company’s commitment to emerging playwrights and directors. Robyn founded Aged in Wood Productions
in 2000 and previously served as Supervising Producer of ABC’s “One Life to Live.” She has produced two Tony Award–winning musicals: Avenue Q
and In the Heights
. Other credits include Metamorphoses
(Drama Desk Award), Altar Boyz
and Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo.
She was co-founder/artistic director of Second Stage Theatre for 13 years and currently serves as trustee emeritus for the organization.
is the literary manager of Roundabout Theatre Company, where she also serves as associate producer for Roundabout Underground and acts as the key staff member for the company’s New Play Initiative. Plays developed with Roundabout include Stephen Karam’s Speech & Debate
and Sons of the Prophet
(Pulitzer Finalist), Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days
, Kim Rosenstock’s Tigers Be Still
, David West Read’s The Dream of the Burning Boy
, and Julia Cho’s The Language Archive
. Jill has worked with The Broadway League, New York City Center
, and ART/NY and has been a member of the Artistic Council for the O’Neill Playwrights Conference, in addition to reading scripts for Vineyard Theatre and Deutsch/Open City Films. Jill is a dramaturg for rising theater company CollaborationTown
, served as script consultant for “The Importance of Being Earnest HD” (screened worldwide), and has been a guest lecturer for the Commercial Theatre Institute and guest blogger for World Theater Day. She is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University
JOSH FIEDLER is the literary associate at Roundabout and was a key player in the creation of Roundabout Underground in 2007. As literary manager, Josh is part of the team that vets all new work submitted to Roundabout for further development. Josh also serves as director of creative development at Aged in Wood Productions. He co-produced the 2005 World AIDS Day Benefit Concert of The Secret Garden and is a founding producer of the comedy group The Riot Act. Josh is a graduate of the University of Miami's School of Music and Department of Theatre Arts.