Jonathan Weber

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Jonathan Weber took over as Managing Director of TACT in March, 2015, following a 13-year tenure at Theater for the New City. He is in charge of the day-to-day business operations at TACT. At TNC, he served as Marketing Director from 2002 through 2009, and as Administrative Director from 2009 through 2015. He was instrumental in many major accomplishments for TNC, including creating their e-mail list and Social Media presence, implementing an online Box Office, and perhaps most importantly, the retirement of the Mortgage on their 4-Theater Complex in the East Village in 2013. He served on the planning committees for TNC’s annual Fundraiser at the National Arts Club and for the Lower East Side Festival of the Arts, which celebrated its 20th Anniversary on Memorial Day Weekend of 2015. 

Jonathan is also an accomplished Stage Director, having staged over 25 productions in venues all over NYC. Credits include “Great Kills,” written by Tom Diriwachter, which starred Emmy Award-winning actor Joe Pantoliano and was called “an engrossing look at modern men and the American dream” by This Week in New York. Other credits include Diriwachter’s plays “Age Out,” “Guaranteed to Never Lose Suction,” “Shock Therapy” and “Bear!,” the short plays “18:30” and “The Tennis Pro,” written by Oliver Thrun,  excerpts from his own works, “The Red Sox Monologues” and “9J,” and countless other plays and readings. 
A native New Yorker, Jonathan is a graduate of Binghamton University and currently resides in Manhattan with his wife, Sharon, and their cat. He is an avid historian of New York City and particularly its subway system. A lifelong Mets fan, he is author of the popular Mets Blog, The Ballclub (