Mr. Cromarty is the president of Cromarty &  Company, an entertainment public relations firm which for over 25 years has had the pleasure of representing some of New York's finest productions and performing artists.  From Broadway and Off Broadway to regional theatre, dance, cabaret, and  cultural institutions & organizations, Cromarty & Co. has been an industry leader in providing the unique link between client and media. Based in Manhattan with satellite offices in Palm Beach and Boston, Cromarty & Co.'s boutique business model and consistently clever campaigns has won scores of satisfied clients.  The firm  currently represents the Broadway-bound "White Noise," the hilarious national tour "Dixie's Tupperware Party" and America's preeminent G&S organization, New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players. see current client tab Recent clients have included the Tony award-winning "Liza's at the Palace!" and the Tony-nominated "Say Goodnight Gracie" (as well as its National Touring version,) the National Touring company of "Some Like it Hot," starring Tony Curtis and the Off Broadway hits "Tryst," "Room Service" and "The Prince and the Pauper." Other  client have included the hit Broadway musical "Swing!," the North American Tours of "Fame - The Musical," "Dirty Blonde," "Tuna Does Vegas" and "Guys and Dolls" starring Maurice Hines. Previous season clients have included the award-winning Broadway production of "The Sound of Music," "An Evening With Jerry Herman," "More to Love," "Jolson" and Continental Airlines presents "My Favorite Broadway --- the Leading Ladies" at Carnegie Hall. Mr. Cromarty counts among some of his favorite clients --- the record-breaking Broadway production of "Victor/Victoria" starring Julie Andrews, Liza Minnelli and Raquel Welch; the Broadway/National Tour production of "Damn Yankees" starring Jerry Lewis; the 20th Anniversary production of "Annie" starring Nell Carter; the National Tour of Steve Martin's hit play "Picasso at the Lapin Agile;" and "Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat starring the 2nd Generation of the Osmonds. Addtional clients have included the productions of "Busker Alley" starring Tommy Tune, "On the Waterfront" starring Penelope Anne Miller, "The Only Thing Worse..." starring Dan Butler and Greg Louganis and the London production of Jerry Herman's "Mack and Mabel." Former music clients include "Kenny Loggins on Broadway" and "Linda Ronstadt on Broadway," in addition to numerous artists who have appeared at such venues as Feinsteins, The Rainbow and Stars, The Oak Room, The Metropolitan Room, The Ballroom and Don't Tell Mama, as well as on the Polygram, Philips Classics and Mercury record labels. A sample of his regional clients include the award-winning Palm Beach Dramaworks and America's longest running professional summer theatre, The Cape Playhouse.

From the Easter Egg Roll at the White House and the Moscow Circus to the League of American Producers and Theatre Owners and the Alliance of Resident Theaters/New York's "Passports to Off-Broadway" program, Cromarty & Co. continues to represent entertainment clients of all levels. Festival representation has included the 200-event "Cultural Festival of Gay Games IV" which included "Ian McKellen: A Knight Out at the Lyceum," the highly regarded biennial "International Festival of Puppet Theater" for the Henson Foundation and New York's ever-popular Ballroom Week. Dance companies Cromarty & Co. has represented include the Kirov Ballet Company, the Bolshoi Dance Company, the American Ballroom Theatre, the Georgian State Dance Company, Elisa Monte Dance, Jazz Dance, Jennifer Muller/The Works and Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana. Mr. Cromarty has represented a variety of theatre organizations including The Traveling Puerto Rican Theatre, The Peccadillo Theatre Company, The Penguin Repertory Theatre, The Ridiculous Theatrical Company, Ubu Repertory Theatre, Manhattan Class Company, Music Theatre Group, INTAR Theatre, AMAS Theatre Company, The Lamb's Theatre Company, Musical Theatre Works, Pan Asian Theatre Company, Queens Theatre in the Park, Manhattan Theatre Club and The Japan Society. Previous Broadway and Off Broadway shows include "Jolson," "Naked Boys Singing," "THWAK," "Jerry's Girls," "All My Sons," "Song and Dance," "The Nerd," "Godspell," "Sophisticated Ladies," "The No-Frills Revue," "Dudley Moore: A Man For All Seasons," "Closer than Ever," "Oba Oba," "Smoke on the Mountain," "Gifts of the Magi," "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh!," "A...My Name is Alice," "The Kathy & Mo Show," "Mambo Mouth" starring John Leguizamo,  and "Bugs Bunny on Broadway."

Mr. Cromarty is a member of the Press Committee for the League of American Theaters and Producers and has served as Vice President of Public Information for the New York City Opera Guild. He held the office of Co-Director of Queens Theatre in the Park, New York's 31st cultural institution, where he currently serves as Director of External Affairs. He has held press and administrative positions at Rhode Island's Theatre-by-the-Sea and Newport Casino Theatre, East Hampton's John Drew Theatre, and Radio City Music Hall (where is he started as one of its legendary "pages." He also served as a consultant on numerous fund-raising galas and events. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fine Arts and Economics as well as a Masters of Fine Arts in theatre management from Columbia University and is a member of the Players Club.

Accomplished as a young actor, Mr. Cromarty's favorite role on the stage was co-starring in the anniversary production of "Fly with Me," the only show that Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart and Oscar Hammerstein II co-wrote and can be heard on the show's award-winning CD recording.


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