The Nederlander Organization

The Nederlander Organization has built a national network of theatres including nine Broadway venues in New York: the Brooks Atkinson, Gershwin, Lunt-Fontanne, Marquis, Minskoff, Nederlander, Palace, Richard Rodgers, and Neil Simon Theatres. Outside of New York, their venues include: Cadillac Palace Theatre, CIBC Theatre, James M. Nederlander Theatre, and The Broadway Playhouse (Chicago, IL); The Durham Performing Arts Center (Durham, NC); The Pantages and Greek Theatres (Los Angeles, CA); The Broadway Series at the Civic and Balboa Theatres (San Diego, CA); TCC Music Hall (Tucson, AZ); North Charleston Performing Arts Center (North Charleston, SC); The Grove (Anaheim, CA); The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts (San Jose, CA); and the Aldwych, Adelphi and Dominion Theatres (London, England).

For over five decades, The Nederlanders have been prolific producers of theatrical productions with over 100 Broadway and touring productions to their credit. The company has been instrumental in presenting many of Broadway’s most honored and successful shows most notably Annie, Chicago, The Elephant Man starring Bradley Cooper, The Humans, I’ll Eat You Laststarring Bette Midler, La Cage aux Folles, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music, My Fair Lady, Me and My Girl, Movin’ Out, Next to Normal, Noises Off, On Your Feet!, Peter Pan, The Undisputed Truth starring Mike Tyson directed by Spike Lee, West Side Story, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and many others.

Beyond Broadway, Nederlander is acknowledged to be an innovator of the outdoor amphitheater concept as well as a presenter of thousands of concerts throughout the years featuring a wide array of world renown artists ranging from Adele, Jimmy Buffet, Florence & The Machine, Billy Joel, Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, The Police and U2 to international cultural attractions such as Rudolf Nureyev, the Bolshoi Ballet, the Moiseyev Ballet, the D’Oyly-Carte Opera, the Georgian State Dance Company, Ballet Folklorico, and the Peking Opera, as well as national symphony concerts.

The Nederlanders are industry leaders and generous supporters of arts organizations and social causes for which they have received countless honors. In 2009, the Nederlanders launched the annual National High School Musical Awards, named “The Jimmy Award,” to celebrate outstanding student performances in high school musical productions across the United States.

Founder - James M. Nederlander (1922-2016)
President - James L. Nederlander
Executive Vice President - Nick Scandalios