Carl Levin is the successful producer of the 2009 Broadway musical Rock of Ages, noted by the New York Times as "full of wit, hilarious and impossible to resist." Carl Levin received a 2009 Tony Award nomination as Producer of Best Musical for "Rock of Ages,” and produced the successful 2012 Warner Bros. feature film adaptation of the show. He also received a Tony nomination for Producer of Best Play for “Disgraced” in 2014.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Levin co-founded and served as chief operating officer of 87AM Advertising, a firm with offices in New York, Los Angeles, London, San Francisco, Chicago and Las Vegas. He is also a former vice president of investment banking with Morgan Stanley in New York and California. He holds a bachelor in history from Princeton University, an MBA in finance from the New York University School of Business, and a JD from the University of California, Davis.
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The 67th Annual Tony Awards
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Rock of Ages
Film (Comedy, Drama, Musical and Romance) Producer 1987. Naive Sherrie Christian has just arrived in Hollywood from Tulsa looking to become a rock star. She is just like Drew Boley was when he first arrived in Hollywood, he, now the Hollywood veteran, who works as a bar back at the Bourbon Club, known as the center of the rock scene in town and the place where many of the biggest acts in rock got their big break. The two meet as Drew helps Sherrie with a situation when she first arrives in town. Despite Dennis Dupree, the Bourbon's owner/manager, not liking to hire people like Drew or Sherrie - someone who has musical aspirations - as service staff, Drew is able to convince Dennis and his assistant Lonny to hire Sherrie as a server, Drew and Sherrie who have a blossoming mutual attraction. Dennis and Lonny, who are having financial difficulties, are able to convince rock star Stacee Jaxx, the perpetually stoned front man for the band Arsenal who got his first break performing at the Bourbon, to perform for free at a benefit concert at... Written by Huggo
Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Producer Barry: he slacks off at work, savors one-nights stands, and is getting older (young people call him "sir"). Then, he loses his testicles in an assault and gets a letter saying he's to become a father. He can't remember the woman and asks if she'll meet with him: she's Ginger, a solitary waspish woman about his age. He acknowledges paternity and wants to be a part of the pregnancy and parenthood. With reluctance and lots of put-downs, Ginger introduces him to her family, including the favored younger sister, and allows him to come with her to her doctor's. With his own father issues, a canny boss, brittle Ginger, and her vampy sister, can Barry hang in there? Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Film (Comedy and Horror) Producer In Blanca Carne, California, the seventeen year-old student Mackenzie Carpenter is celebrating her graduation in high-school with her boyfriend Fisher Kent and her classmates. Mackenzie receives messages about her close friends while they are murdered by Horny The Clown, the symbol of the Hella-Burger fasts food. On the eve of her eighteenth birthday and after the death of a couple of friends, Mackenzie realizes that all of them are connected to a dark event in the past of her mother Marcia Carpenter. Further, she will be in danger on the day of her birthday. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Film (Comedy and Drama) Producer Manipulative high school sophomore Kimberly Joyce leads her friends Brittany Wells and Randa Azzouni in bringing charges of sexual assault against Percy Anderson, their English and drama teacher at an exclusive private school in Beverly Hills. Meanwhile, local reporter Emily Klein, originally assigned to do an insignificant piece on the school, hopes that the scandal will launch her into celebrity in the television news business, while Kimberly's bigoted father, Hank, is concerned primarily with the effect that his daughter's accusations may have on his business. Written by Anonymous
University of California, Davis
NYU School of Business