Todd Alan Price

Todd Alan Price Esq.
Associate Professor
Office Phone: 718.420.4338
Email: todd.price@wagner.edu
Office: Main Hall Room 1
Education: B.A. Rutgers University (Eagleton Institute), J.D. Tulane University School of Law
Biography: Professor Price teaches in the Theatre and Arts Administration programs, as well as serving as Director of the Stanley Drama Awards. Professor Price practiced Entertainment Law in New York City, with emphasis in theatre, music, film, television, and book publishing.
His extensive theatrical production experience includes his role as Associate Producer at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, where he produced a variety of shows, including Death of a Salesman with Hal Holbrook, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? with Elizabeth Ashley, Ladies in Retirement with Julie Harris and the world premier of Don’t Stop the Carnival, based on the novel by Herman Wouk, music by Jimmy Buffett.
As the founding Artistic/Executive Director of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, a not-for-profit, professional regional theatre, he created a business plan and developed community support to save the former Burt Reynolds Theatre. In that role, he oversaw massive renovations to create a state of the art, 550 seat professional theatre, and established a season of dramas and musicals, with strong subscriber support.
Professor Price also produced an Off Broadway show, Noel Coward’s Suite in Two Keys, starring Hayley Mills and Judith Ivey. At the School of Visual Arts, he created and taught a class in Film and Entertainment Law. His frequent lecturing engagements include the Association of Arts Administration Educators, Association of Theatre in Higher Education, Producers’ Network in New York and Boston, the New Jersey Music Seminar and the Association of Authors’ Representatives. Professor Price is a member of the New York and Florida bars.

Courses Taught: The Business of Music; Introduction to Management and the Arts, Entertainment Business Law, The Film Business, Not- for- Profit Management, London Arts Administration and Marketing, Capacity Building for Arts Organizations, Theatre Appreciation, Senior Seminar/Senior Reflective Tutorial.