Kenneth Greenblatt

Javier MorgadoKenneth Greenblatt
Producer and Founder
GFour Productions

Kenneth D. Greenblatt began producing in 1981 with the hit musical “Nine,” directed by Tommy Tune, which won the Tony Award for Best Musical. His next Tony Award for Best Musical came in 1984 when he produced “La Cage aux Folles,” written by Jerry Herman, A.B. ’53, D.F.A. ’80, and Harvey Fierstein. Greenblatt won another Tony in 2005 for the revival of “La Cage aux Folles.”

Greenblatt’s other productions include “My One and Only,” a Gershwin musical directed by Tommy Tune and Mike Nichols; “Zorba,” the John Kander and Fred Ebb musical, directed by Michael Cacoyannis, and starring Anthony Quinn; “The Rink,” also by Kander and Ebb, starring Liza Minnelli, Chita Rivera, and Jason Alexander; “Baby,” directed by Richard Maltby Jr., with music and lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire, starring Liz Callaway, Todd Graff, Catherine Cox, and Beth Fowler; “Grand Hotel,” starring Jane Krakowski, Michael Jeter, Rex Smith, and Cyd Charisse, directed by Tommy Tune, written by Luther Davis with music and lyrics by Robert Wright, George Forrest, and Maury Yeston; “Grind,” starring Ben Vereen, directed by Hal Prince; “Big,” written by Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire, directed by Susan Stroman and Michael Ocrant; “Sally Marr,” written by and starring Joan Rivers; “Catskills On Broadway,” directed by Kenneth Greenblatt, starring and conceived by Freddie Roman; “Ring of Fire,” directed by Richard Maltby Jr., with music by Johnny Cash; “9 to 5,” written by Dolly Parton, directed by Joe Mantello; “True West,” starring John Malkovich, Dennis Quaid, Randy Quaid, and Phillip Seymour Hoffman, written by Sam Shepard; “Wrong Turn at Lungfish,” directed by Garry Marshall, co-written by Garry Marshall and Lowell Gantz, and starring George C. Scott and Tony Danza; and “Diamonds,” directed by Hal Prince, with music by Kander and Ebb, Alan Menken, David Zipple, Larry Grossman, Ellen Fitzhugh, Cy Coleman, Betty Comden, and Adolph Green.

Greenblatt and his son, Seth Greenleaf, are the very proud owners of “Menopause: The Musical,” now in its 20th year of production worldwide. It is the longest-running scripted musical show in Las Vegas.