Tobie S. Stein
Professor, Head of Graduate Performing Arts Management Concentration
Tow Professor (2011–12)
315C Whitehead Hall
In 2013, Tobie was honored as
one of Brooklyn's Top Women
PhD, Sociology, City University of New York
MFA, Performing Arts Management, Brooklyn College
BS, Speech/Business and Organizational Communications, Emerson College
Professor Stein holds a PhD in Sociology from the City University of New York and an MFA in Performing Arts Management from Brooklyn College. Her program in performing arts management has been profiled in Drama Biz Magazine and American Theatre Magazine. Before joining the faculty at Brooklyn College, Professor Stein created and directed a certificate program in nonprofit management and communications at the Center for Advanced Study in Education of the Graduate School of the City University of New York. Her articles on workforce development have appeared in the Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society, and the Wall Street Journal’s National Business Employment Weekly.
Tobie S. Stein is the author of four books: Boston’s Colonial Theatre: Celebrating a Century of Theatrical Vision (2000) and Workforce Transitions from the Profit to the Nonprofit Sector (2002). Her textbook, Performing Arts Management: A Handbook of Professional Practices (2008), can be ordered at Amazon.com HERE, and her most recent book, Leadership in the Performing Arts (2016), with a foreword by Robert L. Lynch, President, Americans for the Arts, can be ordered at Amazon.com HERE.
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