Heather is a Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, and Drama League Award-nominated producer. Critically acclaimed hits on Broadway include Reasons To Be Pretty by Neil LaBute (three Tony nominations including Best Play), and the musical [title of show] (Tony Nomination for Best Book of a Musical). She produced the hugely successful Under My Skin segment of ‘The Pink Campaign’ on Broadway for which all proceeds went to the Susan G. Komen Foundation and she also produced and directed the California Theatre’s acclaimed productions of Driving Miss Daisy and Love Letters. Provost produced the short film Harmony starring Jason Alexander and the feature film Racing Colt which she produced and co-directed. Provost was the creator and executive producer of the TV show Reality Check, creator of the new Who Knew?…The In-the-Know Travel Show, is an accomplished comedy writer and book doctor for live shows, and is in development on the edgy drama Lakeview. She is currently producing the Broadway-bound play Coffee Stains and the musical V-V-Voice. She also produced the It’s Showtime series at The Colony Theatre this year and was the Creator/Camp Director of Camp C.R.E.A.T.E. at The Colony this summer for which she was recognized by the California Legislature for her service. This fall she directed and produced Driving Miss Daisy at The Colony Theatre starring Donna Mills. Current feature films include Among and Coffee Stains. Other credits include Penelope P.C.S.A., Page To The Stage, History of Musical Theater, Chix 6, and Associate Producer on the feature film To The Beat!. She and writing partner, Scott Damian had the Hallmark film, A Joyous Christmas, air this season and another in development airing this coming summer. She is founding partner at Provost Entertainment Inc., a proud graduate of The Florida State University, was recently named the Producing Artistic Director at The Colony Theatre in Burbank, California, and was on the faculty at The Commercial Theater Institute in New York City.
Kelli Maroney began her career acting and studying at the Guthrie Theater in her native Minneapolis, MN., then went to New