Mission & History of The Prospect Theater
I was so pleased to join this amazing group of theatrical professionals and theater lovers, many of whom I am proud to have shared a stage with in college, as a member of The Prospect Theater Company’s Board of Directors:
Board of Directors
Tira Harpaz, Vice-President
Jesse L. Kearney, Jr., President
Ann Korff, Treasurer
Julie L. Miller, Secretary
*Founding Company Member
After a long pandemic and some amazing moments of virtual theater, we are happy, as a company to be getting back to what we do best: New Musicals live and on stage for a real audience to take in.
Prospect Theater Company’s Commitment to Anti-Rasicm
What You Just Missed
an interactive outdoor arts experience
Sunday, May 16, 1p – 4:30p
Saturday, May 22, 1p – 4:30p
Come “play” in Riverside Park with Prospect! Follow a group of artist guides as they direct you through the trees of Crabapple Grove. Along the path, choose your own adventure from an array of 15 original stories penned by a line-up of imaginative theater creators, and engage with a tale created just for you!
This is a guided “walk-through” experience with audience groups of 12 people gaining timed entry every 15 minutes. Audience groups will begin together at a set time, but each person’s walk is individually determined and may take slightly different lengths of time to complete.
Who knows what clever and inventive things we will think of next!
Find out more at prospecttheater.org
About David Milberg
David Milberg is an experienced financial analyst and entrepreneur from New York City. Milberg is a proud father of three kids. Milberg graduated from Princeton University with a BA in History and graduated from Columbia University with an MBA. David Milberg currently serves as a Senior Vice President at Milberg Factors, Inc.
Over his tenure at Milberg Factors, David has also been involved in numerous not-for-profit activities. In light of David’s charitable work, he was honored in the year 2000 by the accountants and bankers division of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York and by the Metropolitan Jewish Geriatric Foundation. David Milberg has also been active in the Lincoln Center Business Council.
David Milberg has invested in such major broadway productions as Mel Brook’s The Producers, The Weir, and the hit revival of Pippin directed by Diane Paulus and starring Tony Award Winner Patina Miller at the Leading Player. David sits on the Board of Trustees for The Prospect Theater Company and is a fervent supporter of the Lincoln Center Theater. David Milberg presently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Princeton Triangle Club, where he was Vice-Chairman.
David Milberg has a rich, varied background in musical theater and live stage performance.