Jordan Roth is a multi-disciplinary artist, fashion innovator, and seven-time Tony Award-winning producer. 

Recognized for championing groundbreaking productions that redefine Broadway’s boundaries, he has curated an impressive Broadway portfolio. In 2009 Jordan became President of Jujamcyn Theaters, owner and operator of five Broadway theatres. In 2023, Jujamcyn Theaters and Ambassador Theatre Group merged operations with Jordan now serving as Creative Director of the combined company, ATG Entertainment. Notable shows include the 2022 revival of “Into the Woods,” the 2018 Tony Award-winning revival of “Angels in America”, and Tony Award-winning hits such as “Hadestown,” “Moulin Rouge!,” “Springsteen on Broadway,” “Kinky Boots,” and “The Book of Mormon.” Upcoming projects include the highly anticipated “Gatsby” with music by Florence Welch and Thomas Bartlett, and “Galileo” starring Raul Esparza.

Jordan has walked the runways of New York Fashion Week and Paris Haute Couture Week for designers such as Thom Browne, Batsheva, KidSuper, RVDK, Yuima Nakazato, and Lúchen, and has been featured on the covers of prominent publications including L’Officiel Italia, King Kong, Numero, Flaunt, Cero, ZOO, and have been showcased in American Vogue, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Vogue Italia, and Vogue Portugal.

Jordan shares his fashion adventures with his followers on social media (@Jordan_Roth), taking his community behind-the-scenes of some of the world’s biggest fashion weeks and theatrical milestones. Notably, he made a memorable Met Gala debut in 2018 wearing Givenchy Haute Couture, and subsequent years saw him in custom couture by Iris Van Herpen, a bespoke coat from textile artist and queer activist Michael Sylvan Robinson, custom Thom Browne in 2022, and a custom piece by Daniel Roseberry for Schiaparelli in 2023. Jordan’s distinct style consistently earns him a spot on Best Dressed lists for publications like Vogue, V, WWD, GQ, and more.

At Princeton University, Jordan earned degrees in philosophy and theatre; he furthered his education with an MBA from Columbia Business School. He serves on the Board of Trustees for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, The Broadway League, Times Square Alliance, and the Estée Lauder Companies Charitable Foundation. Jordan is based in New York City with his husband Richie and their two sons.