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Jessica Tuttle promoted at Madison Square Garden Entertainment

The organization operates Madison Square Garden as well as Radio City Music Hall, which has served as the frequent venue for the Tony Awards.

Madison Square Garden Entertainment's Radio City Music Hall (Credit: Getty Images)

Jessica Tuttle has been named executive vice president, productions of Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corporation (MSG Entertainment). MSG Entertainment owns and operates Radio City Music Hall, the Theater at Madison Square Garden and the Beacon Theatre in New York City, as well as the Chicago Theatre in Illinois. All of these venues have strong Broadway ties.

Radio City has hosted the Tony Awards 20 times since 1997, more than any other venue in the 77-year history of the awards body. The Beacon Theatre hosted the awards ceremony in 2011, 2012 and 2016. The Theater at Madison Square Garden and the Chicago Theatre are occasional stops on national tours.

Tuttle joined MSG Entertainment in 2010, and most recently held the title of senior vice president, productions. In her new role, Tuttle will continue overseeing business strategy and operations for Radio City’s annual “Christmas Spectacular,” the Radio City Rockettes and venue tours at both Madison Square Garden and Radio City.

Previously, Tuttle focused on ticket sales strategy for the New York Knicks, the New York Rangers, the “Christmas Spectacular” and various holiday entertainment.

“Throughout her tenure at MSG Entertainment, Jessica has been instrumental in growing our productions business by focusing on revenue-driving strategies, strategic partnerships and brand growth,” noted MSG Entertainment’s executive chairman and chief executive officer James Dolan in a statement. “I am confident she will continue to develop new opportunities for the Rockettes and ‘Christmas Spectacular’ brands in this expanded role.”

“Since joining MSG Entertainment 14 years ago, I’ve had unique opportunities to grow and evolve my career,” expressed Tuttle. “I’m honored to take on this elevated leadership role, especially as we head into the 100th anniversary of the Radio City Rockettes in 2025.”