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Mark Litvin was Senior Vice President and Managing Director of New York City Center from 2001 until his retirement in 2018.
Built in 1923, the Moorish Revival-style New York City Center is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 2011, Mark oversaw the $60 million renovation of the facility including: the main auditorium, all attendant support spaces, the 300-seat basement theater occupied by Manhattan Theatre Club, and refurbishment of rehearsal studios.
Prior to his tenure at City Center, Mark was the Managing Director of The Public Theater, where he headed the 1999 renovations of Central Park's Delacorte Theater and created a multi-phase renovation plan for the Public's home on Layfette Street.
Mark has been Director of Finance and Administration at New York Foundation for the Arts, and Finance Director for the Broadway producing organization, The Dodgers. Earlier in his career, Mark was a stage manager, lighting designer, and production stage manager for numerous dance companies including the Paul Taylor Dance Company, with whom he toured internationally for five years. Mark was the Technical Director of the American Dance Festival in New London, Connecticut and Durham, North Carolina. He has taught lighting design at Adelphi University and Tisch School of the Arts/NYU.
Currently, Mark consults on select performance management and theater renovation projects.