Warren Adams

Producer & Co-founder

Warren is an award-winning Producer, Director, Choreographer and an Adjunct Professor at Princeton University and New York University in the theatre department.

Warren produced and directed the documentary film Africa Straight Up and in June 2013, he was featured in Forbes Africa magazine.

Warren co-founded WalkRunFly Productions with Brandon Victor Dixon and they produce new works for Theatre, Film and TV. WalkRunFly is currently developing six new works for the stage. 

In 2014 WalkRunFly co-produced Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway starring Neil Patrick Harris for which they won a Tony Award for Best Musical Revival. They also co-produced Of Mice and Men starring James Franco. In July 2014 they Produced I Can't Breath to protest the killing of Eric Garner who was choked to death by a NY Police Officer.

Adams choreographed the Broadway box office smash hit Motown the Musical for which he won the 2013 Fred Astaire Award for Best Choreographer on Broadway.  He subsequently choreographed the Motown National Tour and Motown West End productions. 

He was also the first recipient of the Nelson Mandela/Sainsbury Scholarship in South Africa and winner of the first Rudolf Nureyev Award in London.

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Brandon Victor Dixon

Producer & Co-founder

Brandon is an award-winning Producer, Actor and Singer. He co-founded WalkRunFly Productions with Warren Adams and they produce new works for Theatre, Film and TV. WalkRunFly is currently developing several new works for the stage. 

In 2014 WalkRunFly co-produced Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway starring Neil Patrick Harris for which they won a Tony Award for Best Musical Revival. They also co-produced Of Mice and Men starring James Franco. In July 2014 they Produced I Can't Breath to protest the killing of Eric Garner who was choked to death by a NY Police Officer.

Dixon currently stars as Aaron Burr in Broadway mega-hit Hamilton. He most recently starred as Eubie Blake in Shuffle Along on Broadway and was nominated for a Tony Award.  He received his first Tony Award nomination for his role of Harpo in the Broadway production of The Color Purple. He also originated the role of Motown founder Berry Gordy in one of the biggest hits on Broadway, Motown the Musical, for which he was nominated for a Grammy and Drama League Award.  

He received Drama Desk, Drama League, Lucille Lortel, Outer Critics Circle, and AUDELCO nominations for originating the role of Haywood Patterson in Kander & Ebbs acclaimed musical The Scottsboro Boysfor which he also starred in the West End London production. 

Dixon will star in the upcoming season of hit tv series Power on Starz Network. 

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Jennifer Isaacson

Producer

Jennifer Isaacson is a two-time Tony Award winning producer of theater and live entertainment.  

In 2014, Jennifer joined forces with WalkRunFly and Raise the Roof group to co-produce Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway starring Neil Patrick Harris for which she won a Tony Award for Best Musical Revival.  She also co-produced Of Mice and Men starring James Franco and Chris O’Dowd.

Jennifer is a co-producer on the National Tour and West End production of An American in Paris.  

Her past projects and collaborations include: the Broadway production of An American in ParisANN: The Ann Richards Play starring Holland Taylor (Lincoln Center), the Tony-Award winning production of Alan Ayckbourn’s The Norman Conquests, Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps (New World Stages and National Tour), Beebo Brinker Chronicles (Off-Broadway).

In 2013, Jennifer joined an all-volunteer team to co-produce "From Broadway With Love", a concert of healing for the Newtown, CT, community following the tragic events at Sandy Hook Elementary.  The concert featured the talents of composers, musicians, and more than 100 stars of Broadway together with over 300 students from several Newtown performance groups.  An hour long commercial-free broadcast version of the concert aired on tri-state area PBS Stations.

Prior to joining WalkRunFly, Jennifer worked with Harriet Leve Productions and Raise the Roof group on such critically acclaimed productions as: The Mountaintop starring Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett, La Cage Aux Folles starring Kelsey Grammer, and A Little Night Music starring Catherine Zeta Jones and Angela Lansbury.

Jennifer is a graduate of The College of William and Mary.


Craig Dixon

Chief Legal & Strategy Officer

Craig is an entrepreneur and attorney in the entertainment and active lifestyle space.  As Co-Managing Partner of The St. James Group LLC, he develops, operates and finances entertainment, sports and wellness projects, including venue development. Craig serves as legal counsel to entertainment, technology and consumer products companies.

Craig was previously senior counsel at Smithfield Foods, Inc., a Fortune 250, publicly traded, consumer packaged goods business, focusing on M&A, Corporate Governance, IT and large-scale litigation. He was also previously in private practice at major U.S. Law firms, focusing on M&A, international joint ventures and other corporate matters. At the start of his legal career, Craig was a law clerk for a United States District Judge. Craig is an alumnus of the College of William & Mary, William & Mary School of Law and Harvard Business School.