Jonathan Mann

Jonathan Mann




Jonathan produced award-winning independent films The Good Catholic and Ms. White Light.  His articles have appeared in publications including The New York Times.  Jonathan composed and produced the music for ESPN’s Through the Lens of Walter Iooss Jr. 

He produced and wrote a dramaturgical discussion and study guide for A Time to Kill on Broadway. Jonathan has been on the literary, creative and management teams of productions and special projects at Circle in the Square Theatre.  

Jonathan was associate director of Austin Pendleton’s Off-Broadway production A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur and he directed Bill Camp and Elizabeth Marvel in a staged reading of Sarah Ruhl’s Dear Elizabeth at TAFANA in Brooklyn. 

His civic engagement website Our Voice Our Country (spokeswoman Ruby Dee) drew 215K visitors from every state and 119 countries, had 35,000 user accounts and was featured onstage during a national conference at Radio City Music Hall.  

Over 20 years as an educational outreach and engagement director Jonathan directed, wrote and produced documentary and promotional videos. His Teens on Broadway career development initiative at Circle in the Square served 1,000 diverse NYC High School students and 20 public high schools. As Director of Arts Westchester’s Grand Banking Room venue, Jonathan produced 200 performances, mixed media art exhibitions and film screenings.