Cyma Rubin

Cyma Rubin, Emmy and Tony Award winning producer, director, and writer, is president of Business of Entertainment, Inc.: A graduate of NC State in textile management, Ms. Rubin won four Tony Awards for her first Broadway show, "No, No, Nanette." She produced other musicals that resulted in 11 Tony Award nominations. Among her film productions, "Greaser's Palace," won the London Film Festival Award. In 1999, she produced and directed a 90-minute television special, "Moment of Impact: Stories of the Pulitzer Prize photographs," that won the 1999 Emmy and Telly Awards for best documentary. The first American exhibition of the photographs opened in New York in 2000. Ms. Rubin was curator, and produced and co-edited the catalog. Her many affiliations include membership in the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences; she is an active participant and supporter of the performing and visual arts.