With over 25 years of entertainment management experience, Russ Rosensweig is the founder and Managing Director of Summit Entertainment Group.
Prior to her own company, she joined the Broadway General management firm of Joseph Harris and Associates, where she was associated, for six years on Broadway productions including, “My One and Only”, “Noises Off”, “Sweet Charity” and “Glengarry Glen Ross”.
After receiving her BA from SUNY at Binghamton in Theatre, Russ worked at the Cider Mill Playhouse in Endicott, NY as the Production Manager, waiting to start the MFA program at the Yale Drama School, Yale University. While studying at Yale she had the opportunity to work with Athol Fugard and continued that relationship after graduating, serving in several capacities including assistant director for the Broadway show “Master Harold…and the boys” and the world premiere of “The Road to Mecca” at the Yale Rep.
A native New Yorker, she grew up in the Bronx and Westchester, and holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Yale Drama School and a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre from the State University of New York at Binghamton. Also, she did a specialized Theatre Study in London, England through Syracuse University, apprenticing with several theatre companies including the Royal Shakespeare Company. She currently resides in Connecticut with her husband, two children, their two cats and Portuguese Water Dog named Torre. L.A., their horse, lives at the Hummingbird Hollow Farm in Mystic, CT.
Jeffrey Eisenberg, Partner, is a multi-media executive experienced in development, production and marketing for the entertainment industry. He has a proven track record creating programming and sponsorship opportunities for broadcast and cable initiatives and served on the production staffs for numerous projects such as The Tony Awards, Daytime Emmys and The Drama Desk Awards. At Summit, he oversees the “Emerging Works” division spearheading the development of new projects and serving as General Manager on numerous workshops.