It’s 2018 and it’s time for a new kind of theatrical general management firm.
The industry demands modern leadership to step into the community and shape the future of Broadway.
We need new voices, new leaders and new visions.
KGM aims to build something bold and relevant that takes the best of what has come before but is open to shaking things up when necessary.
We have an exciting vision for Broadway and we want to help producers break ground in a revolutionary new era of commercial theater.
Assistant General Manager
assistant general manager
company manager, PUFFS
"KGM is the most innovative general management firm I’ve ever encountered. From their use of technology, to incorporating best practices from other industries to acting as part of the team rather than a hired gun, they are bringing Broadway into the twenty-first century."
-Cody lassen, Producer
"Daniel and the team at KGM invest their time and attention into building strong relationships so that the work can flourish. They care deeply about the creative process and they made my project a top priority. It is always a pleasure to work with them."
-Sarna Lapine, Director
In the news
KGM Theatrical: Bringing Broadway and Off-Broadway to NYC
"With a dedicated and knowledgeable team that’s proving that Broadway and Off-Broadway is a force to be reckoned with, KGM Theatrical is making a name for themselves in the world of theater." - Doist
Commercial Off Broadway Isn’t Dead — It’s Turning Into Broadway
"Though the theater industry regularly laments the demise of commercial Off Broadway, it’s not dead after all." - Gordon Cox, Variety
Daniel Kuney appears on BroadwayWorld's Theatre Business Podcast
'The OHenry Report' talks to Daniel Kuney, a Broadway and Off-Broadway general manager currently working on PUFFS at New World Stages. - BroadwayWorld
PUFFS Breaks Box Office Records at New World Stages
"The recently-concluded holiday week marks the largest grossing week in the history of Stage 5 at New World Stages, with the show achieving last week the highest advance sales for Stage 5 in the existence of the venue." - BroadwayWorld