About the Inductee
Framingham North Class of 1986
Siegel attended Dunning Elementary, Walsh Middle School, and graduated from Framingham North. While in high school, he participated in all four years of theatrical productions with the PACERS led by Henry Schlickman. He was also in the school orchestra and chorus – and enjoyed 4 years in the Marching Band including as Drum Major in his senior year. He graduated from University of Massachusetts/Amherst with a bachelor’s degree in business management while also producing theater with a student-run group. An internship opportunity brought him from UMass to New York City to work in a Broadway general management office. Today, he is the Managing Director at Lincoln Center Theater in New York where he has been employed for more than 22 years and has produced more than 100 musical and plays both on and off Broadway as well as on tour nationally and internationally. He is the recipient of 3 Tony Awards (for Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King & I; J.T. Rodgers’ Oslo; and Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge) and 9 nominations. Siegel is currently the President of the League of Resident Theaters, the largest professional theatre association of its kind in the United States. He is a member of the Broadway League and the Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers, having spent the earlier part of his career as a Company Manager on Broadway and National Tours.