Executive Vice President
Seth Wenig grew up in the small town of Absecon, NJ on the South Jersey Shore. He was first bit by the theatre bug whilst attending a sleep away camp in the Catskills where he made his stage debut in Hello Dolly as a waiter at the Harmonia Gardens. Little did he know at the time that he would be cast as a waiter at several NYC restaurants after receiving his theatre degree from Rutgers University. Seth changed careers from Actor/Waiter to Stage Manager a short time after graduating and realizing that being in charge was going to be a lot easier than being in the chorus of a musical. Seth's early career soon took him to touring where he was Production Stage Manager of The Sound of Music and Gypsy, eventually culminating with Starlight Express at the Las Vegas Hilton. In 1995 Seth would join forces with Ken Gentry to start up NETworks Presentations as Production Manager for over 30 national tours, including Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Jekyll and Hyde, Victor Victoria, starring Toni Tennille, Cinderella with Deborah Gibson and Eartha Kitt, Showboat, and Seussical The Musical with Cathy Rigby. Seth spearheaded NETworks Presentations International, moving his family to London for three years where he served as Executive Producer for Fosse starring Ben Vereen and Ruthie Henshall as well as a UK tour of The King and I. He joined forces with Cameron Mackintosh to produce the UK and US tours of My Fair Lady. This relationship would bring NETworks such titles as Les Miserables and Phantom of the Opera. Since returning from the UK, Seth has served as Executive Producer for Hairspray, The Producers, The Lincoln Center Production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific, War Horse, and Young Frankenstein. He met his wife Tammy while doing regional theatre in Upstate NY and is most proud of his greatest productions Marlo and Camden.