Anne is the Senior Vice President of Production and Co-Producer for Disney Theatrical Group (DTG). She oversees all aspects of Production for DTG shows worldwide. Together with her team, she manages casting, physical production and general management for all DTG stage titles. She began her career in Canada at the Stratford Festival at the age of 6. Following several years as a child actor, she transitioned from stage to work in costume construction as a wardrobe manager followed by eight years as the head of a busy scene shop, which built scenery and automation for Broadway. She joined Disney Theatrical Group in 2002 as Production Manager for The Lion King and went on to serve as Associate Producer for all subsequent companies worldwide. She then came to hold the title Co-Producer for all DTG productions including Newsies, Aladdin, Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Frozen. Anne is also the co-producer of Fathom’s record-breaking film-capture of Newsies. Anne is married and has two fantastic daughters.
Myriah Bash is the General Manager of the Broadway and international productions of Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast. She has been with Disney Theatrical Productions since 2007. Globally, she has opened shows in 10 different countries and in 7 different languages. Other Broadway credits include The Lion King, Company, Sweeney Todd, Little Shop of Horrors, Hairspray and The Producers. She is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University.
Women's Day on Broadway Advisory Committee
Liz Botros is the Manager of Domestic Touring & Planning at DTG where she oversees the day to day operations & engagement management of Disney’s national tours. Liz is an alumnus of The Ohio State University & is an Industry Specialist of The Broadway League.
Lisa Dawn Cave
Lisa Dawn cave is currently the Production Supervisor for Frozen both Nationally and Internationally. She has stage managed over 20 Broadway Productions. Highlights:Shuffle Along,Fun Home,Rocky, WestSide Story, The Color Purple, Julius Caesar, Caroline or Change, Into the Woods, Parade, Smokey Joe’s Café & Showboat; Namaste!
Valerie Cirillo is the Int’l Retail Brand Manager at DTG, overseeing all global merchandise licensees. She also co-leads Ensemble and Women@Disney NY – two of the Company’s Business Employee Resource Groups. Previously, Valerie worked for American Eagle Outfitters, Inc., where she launched the brand in several international markets.
Katie Dalton is the Executive Vice President of Audience Rewards, overseeing all business operations for the Official Rewards Program of Broadway. In the last decade, Katie has guided the company into a powerful marketing channel representing 3 million customers. An advocate for female future leaders, Katie is a cofounder of Broadway Women’s Alliance and board member for Movemeant Foundation.
Naila McKenzie is Director, Inclusion Strategy, Business Affairs & Legal Counsel, serving as in-house counsel for the Disney Theatrical Group’s Broadway, domestic and international live stage play business while also supporting diversity, equity and inclusion efforts throughout the business. Naila is also an active member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of The Broadway League and founded Disney Theatrical Group’s first employee resource group, Ensemble, in 2018.
Diana Salameh is the Director of Marketing and Communications at Serino Coyne. She leads the brand partnerships and experiential marketing team, as well as all media relations and external communications for the award-winning agency. Her clients include Netflix, Disney Theatrical Group, and “Ain’t’ Too Proud.” Diana serves on various task forces at The Broadway League, and is a co-founder of The Broadway Women’s Alliance. A New Jersey native, she is a first-generation Arab-American, and an advocate for women’s rights and body positivity.
A producer and creative executive, Jane recently joined Michael Cassel Group as their Head of Creative Development. Prior to joining MCG, Jane spent nearly two decades developing and managing new musicals for Disney Theatrical Group. In 2018, in collaboration with her Disney colleagues, Jane co-founded Women’s Day on Broadway.
Marketing, Press & Social Media Staff
Graphic DesignEric Emch
Social MediaGreg Josken & Diana Salameh
Thomas Schumacher, Andrew Flatt, Angelo Desimini, Schele Williams, Julia Jordan, Nick Falzon, Brian DeCaluwe, Arlene Smith, Dennis Crowley, Noel Moore, Black Theatre Coalition, Serino Coyne.
Disney’s Women of Broadway builds a community of women, including all those who identify as women and/or non-binary, who are working in — or fans of — the Broadway, Off-Broadway, and professional theater industry. Each event is meant to offer an opportunity to share experiences, struggles, and victories with the goal of supporting each other to make our industry stronger.