Jordan Roth is a multi-faceted creator, tastemaker and thought-leader across the worlds of theater and fashion.

On Jordan’s style, L’Officiel wrote “Over the past several years, 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.” He has been featured in American Vogue, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Vogue Italia, and Women’s Wear Daily among others. He was named to 2018’s Out 100.

As a producer, Roth has won four Tony Awards for Kinky Boots, Clybourne Park, Hair and Angels in America, which broke records in 2018 as the most Tony-nominated play in Broadway history.

Jordan Roth is a multi-faceted creator, tastemaker and thought-leader across the worlds of theater and fashion.

On Jordan’s style, L’Officiel wrote “Over the past several years, 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.” He has been featured in American Vogue, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Vogue Italia, and Women’s Wear Daily among others. He was named to 2018’s Out 100.

As a producer, Roth has won four Tony Awards for Kinky Boots, Clybourne Park, Hair and Angels in America, which broke records in 2018 as the most Tony-nominated play in Broadway history.

Jordan is President of Jujamcyn Theaters, overseeing five Broadway theatres featuring some of the most influential musicals and plays on Broadway today, including Frozen at the St. James, Mean Girls at the August Wilson, Hadestown at the Walter Kerr, Tony Award-winning, The Book of Mormon at the Eugene O’Neill, and the highly anticipated Moulin Rouge coming in June 2019 to the Al Hirschfeld.

Jordan is the creator of the online animated comedy series The Birds and the BS with Jordan Roth.  Described as “the kid’s show for adults… because apparently, we’ve forgotten everything we learned in kindergarten,” the series addresses hot-button cultural topics and features celebrity guests.  He also developed the editorial platform Warmly, Jordan, which features conversations between Jordan and cultural tastemakers.

Roth and his husband Richie live in New York City with their two sons.