As of April 19, the general management firm Thompson Turner Productions has become TT Partners. Co-founder David Turner has been joined by general managers Rebecca Habel and Adam Miller as partners in the new company.
Turner and the late Stuart Thompson formed Thompson Turner Productions in 2015. Joe Baker, Thompson’s husband, remains a partner in TT Partners as well as president of Stuart Thompson Productions, an entity that was created by the late Tony Award-winning producer and general manager Stuart Thompson in 1993.
Thompson Turner Productions had provided general management services on several current and recent Broadway shows including the 2022 revival of “Death of a Salesman,” the new play “Leopoldstadt” and the 2022 Tony-winning revival of “Company.”
Turner began working with Thompson in 2008. He managed multiple Broadway productions and also previously worked for institutions such as the Public Theater and Manhattan Theatre Club. Habel has over 30 Broadway and Off-Broadway general management credits from her work with the Vineyard Theatre, Roundabout Theatre Company and Thompson Turner Productions. Miller has also worked with Turner and Thompson since 2008, first with Stuart Thompson Productions before Thompson Turner Productions was formed.
In addition to Turner, Habel and Miller, staff members at TT Partners include Jessie Douglas (associate general manager), Garrett Holtz (associate general manager), Carrli Cooper (assistant general manager), Marty McGuire (assistant general manager), Drew Kowalkowski (chief operating officer), Maggie Swahl (executive assistant), Allyson Broyles (office manager) and company managers Justin Gleiberman, Carrie Jablansky, James Ogden II, Tameka Sadler, Rosa Taylor, Brittany Weber and Marcus Alan Wynn.
“Our new name honors Stuart’s legacy while also welcoming our longtime colleagues Rebecca Habel and Adam Miller as leaders within the company,” Turner said in a statement. “I am truly thrilled to have Rebecca and Adam as my partners in our new venture.”