Jordan Roth is a multi-faceted creator, tastemaker and thought-leader across the worlds of theater and fashion.
Seven time Tony-Award winning producer Jordan Roth has established himself as a theatrical innovator, style influencer, and talented creator and personality.
Roth is best-known for championing shows that push the boundaries of Broadway and for creating unique experiences for audiences. As President of Jujamcyn Theaters, he oversees five Broadway theatres, presenting some of the most influential and successful shows on Broadway including the recent revival of Into the Woods, as well as the Tony Award-winning Hadestown, Moulin Rouge! The Musical, Springsteen on Broadway, Kinky Boots and The Book of Mormon.
As a fashion model, Jordan has walked in New York Fashion Week and Paris Couture shows for a number of designers including Thom Browne, Batsheva, KidSuper, Yuima Nakazato, and Lúchen. He has been featured on the cover of L’Officiel Italia, King Kong, Flaunt, Cero, ZOO and in American Vogue, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Vogue Italia, Vogue Portugal, Double Vision and Women’s Wear Daily among others. On Jordan’s style, L’Officiel writes: “His flair for avant-garde, gender-fluid fashion has landed him front-row seats at Paris couture, red carpet buzz at the Met Gala, and the admiration of no less than Dame Anna Wintour.”
Roth takes to his social media to share his various looks with followers in all areas of business and entertainment and fellow fashion lovers. He made his Met Gala debut in 2018 in Givenchy Haute Couture. In 2019, Roth attended wearing couture Iris Van Herpen, 2021 he wore a custom coat by textile artist and queer activist Michael Sylvan Robinson, followed by custom Thom Browne in 2022 and most recently attending the Met Gala in 2023 with a custom piece by Schiaparelli. Jordan’s style has landed him on Best Dressed lists for Vogue, V, WWD, GQ, and more.
Roth graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton University with degrees in philosophy and theatre and received his MBA from Columbia Business School. He serves on the Board of Trustees of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, The Broadway League, Times Square Alliance and the Estée Lauder Companies Charitable Foundation. Roth received the HRC Legacy Award at the organization’s 2019 Greater New York Gala. In 2016, Jordan and his husband Richie Jackson received the 2016 Trevor Project Hero Award for being leaders in the LGBTQ community.
Jordan and Richie live in New York City with their two sons.