is an award-winning producing, consulting, and general management firm with expertise in commercial theatre, venue management, and experiential production

Kate Mott Morrow

has over fifteen years of experience in theatrical general management, facility operations, and capital project management. Prior to founding Mott/Fischer Productions, Kate was General Manager of the Barrow Street Theatre, a commercial Off-Broadway theatre formerly located in the West Village. She spent several years as the Associate General Manager at the Alley Theatre, a TONY award-winning LORT B and C Theatre located in Houston, Texas. She was partner of Two Step Productions, a boutique general management company based in NY. Credits there include management of over twenty commercial productions including: David Cromer's landmark production of Our Town; Martha Clarke’s dance theater masterwork, Garden of Earthly Delights; the multiple award-wining production of Adding Machine: A Musical; and the juggling new-vaudevillians, Flying Karamazov Brothers’ 4PLAY. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Texas.

Karly Fischer

is an award winning general manager, producer and consultant. Prior to founding Mott/Fischer Productions she ran Sanguine Theatre Company which is a not-for-profit institution dedicated to new theatrical works. After moving into a board position at Sanguine she stepped into the management realm at the Barrow Street Theatre where she oversaw fifteen productions in a three-year span including The Flick, The Effect and the immersive production of Sweeney Todd. Karly has been a producing assistant for Gigi on Broadway, the dramaturgical consultant at the advertising and marketing firm The Pekoe Group and company manager at Charlotte Wilcox Company. Karly is delighted to have been named Noteworthy New Yorker in Bella Magazine for her work in the arts. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Oklahoma School of Drama and holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Theatrical Management and Producing from Columbia University.

 

 

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