Address and Phone

National Alliance for Musical Theatre
520 Eighth Avenue
Suite 301
New York, NY 10018
United States

Telephone: (212) 714-6668
Fax: (212) 714-0469

Our office is on the original homeland of the Munsee Lenape tribal nation. NAMT acknowledges the painful history of genocide and forced removal from this territory, and we honor and respect the many diverse Indigenous peoples still connected to this land on which we and our member theatres live and work.

Staff Direct Lines and Emails

General Inquiries
info@namt.org

Betsy King Militello, Executive Director
(212) 714-6668 x11
betsy@namt.org

Adam Grosswirth, Member Services Director
(212) 714-6668 x15
adam@namt.org

Frankie Dailey, New Works Director
(212) 714-6668 x14
frankie@namt.org

Brittney Woolley, Development Manager
(212) 714-6668 x16
brittney@namt.org

Skye Cone Ivey, Program Assistant
(212) 714-6668 x 12
skye@namt.org

Emily Vortherms, Office Coordinator
(212) 714-6668 x 10
emily@namt.org

Board of Directors & Committee Members

 


our Staff

BETSY KING MILITELLO (she/her) (Executive Director) came to NAMT in August of 2011 from Outward Bound where she was Vice President of Development, responsible for an $8M annual fundraising goal. Prior organizations in which she served in non-profit administration and fundraising leadership roles include Hunter College, the NYU Child Study Center, Cooper Union and the Big Apple Circus, and she has also taught at Marymount Manhattan College as an Adjunct Professor in Non-profit Management. Following completion of her undergraduate degree at Harvard, she began her career in advertising; after receiving her Master’s degree in Public and Private Management (MPPM) from the Yale School of Management (with additional coursework in administration at the Yale School of Drama), she worked as a management consultant for Fortune 100 companies prior to moving to the non-profit sector. She also has theatre production experience, primarily in stage management and lighting, in both professional and volunteer musical theatre and opera organizations including Glimmerglass Opera and the Blue Hill Troupe. She is currently Treasurer of the Performing Arts Alliance Board of Directors.

ADAM GROSSWIRTH (he/him) (Member Services Director) has been Member Services Director at NAMT since 2008, acting as a liaison to NAMT’s 200+ members, tending to their customer service needs and traveling to theatres across the country. He is responsible for planning, implementing and maintaining NAMT’s many member services, programs and benefits, including two annual conferences, surveys, publications, online services, and the Innovation & Exploration Fund. Adam previously spent ten years as a stage manager, during which time he worked on many Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional and developmental productions, including Spring Awakening, Zanna Don’t!Here Lies Jenny, Xanadu, Aida, The Green Bird, and Bright Lights Big City, and he spent three seasons as the Stage Management Supervisor at the Williamstown Theatre Festival under the artistic direction of Roger Rees. From 2017 to 2022 Adam was also the Managing Director of the all-volunteer Upstart Creatures, creating “metaphysical feasts” several times a year. He is a native New Yorker and a graduate of Tufts University.

FRANKIE DAILEY (he/him) (New Works Director) has been working on the NAMT Festival of New Musicals since 2014, first as a Line Producer and then as General Manager from 2018 onward. Frankie’s experience in developing new musicals extends to the New York Musical Theatre Festival, Premieres’ Inner Voices Series, and Musical Theatre Factory, alongside the work of his boutique Off-Broadway theatrical management and producing office Dailey-Monda Management, where he and longtime collaborator Joey Monda have overseen the development and production of numerous artist-led projects both in New York and nationwide. Frankie was also on the producing team for NAMT’s 2018 30th Anniversary Gala, and has produced other concerts and one-night-only events at Town Hall in NYC, The Curran in San Francisco, Royce Hall in Los Angeles, and other venues across the country. Frankie holds a degree in Theatre and Dance from James Madison University and is a Fred Vogel Scholar of the Commercial Theatre Institute 14-Week Program. Outside of the theatre, Frankie is politically active and certified in grassroots campaign management through the Democratic National Committee Best Practices Institute.  

BRITTNEY WOOLLEY (she/her) (Development Manager) joined the NAMT team in 2020 after 5 ½ years at ZACH Theatre in Austin, TX in various fundraising roles, where she spent the majority of her time as the Individual Giving Manager. Brittney holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from Baylor University and has taken numerous non-profit management and development courses over the past 6 years. Brittney grew up in northeast Texas and is thrilled to be living in NYC, as it has always been her dream. She loves musical theatre and is excited to get to know the NAMT community. Additionally, Brittney teaches yoga in her free time.

SKYE CONE IVEY (she/her y ella) (Program Assistant) joined the NAMT team in 2022. Previously, she worked with NAMT as a stage manager for the 2021 Festival of New Musicals. She received a BFA in Stage Management from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music. Go Bearcats! Her SM credits include TL;DR (NAMT), Missing Peace (NAMT), Frida (Cincinnati Opera/Florida Grand Opera),Tosca (Cincinnati Opera), Fellow Travelers (Prototype Festival), and Export Quality (Loose Change Productions). Skye also works as a wedding planner and a mental health advocate with the National Alliance on Mental Illness. She is originally from Treasure Island, Florida.

EMILY VORTHERMS (she/her) (Office Coordinator) joined the NAMT team in 2022. She has previously held a wide range of roles from a lounge singer for Cunard Cruise Line to a Patron Services Representative in various Broadway houses in NYC. She has a passion for consent and advocacy within the entertainment industry and has trained with Intimacy Directors and Coordinators, and is a certified Rape and Domestic Violence Crisis Counselor through the state of New York. Emily grew up in South Dakota and attended the University of South Dakota, receiving a BFA in Musical Theatre and a Minor in Dance. She is thrilled to be a part of the NAMT team and looks forward to supporting our incredible members.