John Arthur Pinckard is a two time Tony Award winning Broadway producer most recently represented on Broadway by the Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Award winning best musical, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, which he helped develop for Broadway.
With David Carpenter he founded Tilted Windmills Theatricals, a production company with a portfolio of titles in production and pre-production across Broadway, regional, and touring markets.
Other Broadway credits include Clybourne Park (Tony and Olivier Awards for Best New Play, Pulitzer Prize for Drama), HAIR (St. James Theater), American Idiot (Tony nomination) and Slava’s Snowshow on Broadway (Tony nomination).
John is an inaugural recipient of the T. Edward Hambleton Fellowship for creative producers, via which he was personally trained in the craft of creative producing by Harold Prince, the most successful producer and director in the history of Broadway. Since opening his producing office in 2004, his notable collaborators include Tony winners Greg Kotis & Mark Hollman (Urinetown), noted playwright Israel Horovitz, international music sensations the Scissor Sisters, and renowned author Armistead Maupin, among others.
Prior to his work on Broadway, John worked in the risk department of the investment bank at J.P.MorganChase & Co. He has lectured at Columbia University, the Commercial Theater Institute, and the University of Florida, which honored him as an Outstanding Young Alumnus in 2009 and named him to its Alumni Advisory Council for the Arts in 2014.