Meet The Team
President & Founder
Daniel Kuney is the President and Founder of KGM Theatrical General Management and is considered the leading expert in theatrical general management today. His innovations have broken new ground in theatrical management, allowing for more adventurous, profitable and efficient productions. Having managed some of the most successful Broadway and Off-Broadway productions of the last decade, Daniel has been a keynote speaker at both BroadwayCon and CTI, is a featured guest on numerous Broadway podcasts and is a longtime member of the Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers and the Broadway League.
He is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. In his spare time, Daniel is a casual marathon runner and occasional triathlete. His proudest production to date: Joshua Foster Kuney, born during the pandemic and who is now learning to walk the streets of Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Daniel writes about productivity, the future of work and optimizing for asynchronous communication at kuney.org.
Assistant General Manager
Tim Sebastian is a Broadway and Off-Broadway general manager at KGM Theatrical. He joined the KGM team in 2019 as the Assistant Company Manager for Rock of Ages and has worked with KGM on a number of developmental projects.
Prior to KGM, Tim worked in various areas of production for concerts, corporate events, and theatre including shows for Fortune 500 companies, U2, Kenny Chesney, and others. Tim is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
Margaret Skoglund is a Broadway and Off-Broadway general manager at KGM Theatrical. Upcoming projects include Blue, written by Charles Randolph-Wright, music by Nona Hendryx, and direction by Phylicia Rashad. Past projects include Slava's Snowshow, Pulitzer Prize finalist What the Constitution Means to Me, and the Tony-winning revival Once On This Island.
She also managed The Lion King and Newsies First National Tours. A proud Duke University alumna, she served on the Alumni Association Board of Directors from 2014 to 2018 and managed the women’s basketball team while a student. She is an active volunteer for iMentor in New York City and co-founder of Virtual Broadway. Proud member of ATPAM, Local 18032 of the IATSE.