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A Multifaceted Production Company

Promote and Sell Your Products with Business Theatre

Business Theatre

Are you looking for a creative way to market your services or products? Let J & B Theatrical Productions, LLC, write, produce, direct, and present a business theatre production created just for your services or products.

Theatre Productions

Have you written or come up with a visionary idea for a dramatic theatre show? Allow our extensively experienced team to work with you to bring your ideas to life. We provide everything from casting to stage direction and design.

Previous Shows

View our impressive portfolio of previous shows, both in business as well as dramatic theatre. During the past three decades, we have produced and directed shows for popular companies like Disney™ (over 350 productions) and Ford Motor Company™

Portfolio Gallery

Get a feel for our productions by viewing our gallery of our previous shows. Our team uses extensive experience in both producing, as well as backstage, to create impressive shows with memorable characters and scenery. 

Attract new clients and generate interest in your newest products with business theatre.
Call (714) 602-4958 to learn more.

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About Us

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When you're searching for an effective and creative way to portray your company's goals, culture, and messages to large audiences, let J & B Theatrical Productions, LLC, based in Orange, California, create a marketing-driven business theatre production. Where many companies would draft a press release or blog article detailing a new product, our theatre approach is more innovative and captures more attention than your average press release. 

Conwell Sellars Worthington, II attended East Carolina University and earned a B.F.A. degree in Management & Design Directing. He also focused on the University's B.M.A. program with a major in Voice & a minor in Piano. Throughout his 35 year career, as a producer, director, manager, and stage manager of live theatre and live entertainment throughout the country including on New York City's Broadway. He has worked and studied with Martin Charnin, Morton DeCosta, Jamie Hammerstein, Billy Hammerstein, Larry Kasha, Michael Kidd, Manny Kladitis, Mitch Leigh, Marsha Mason, James Nederlander, George Plimpton, Harold Prince, Jerome Robins, Richard Rodgers, Joe Ropso, Donald Sadler, Paul Sills, Leonard Soloway, Lee Strasberg, Fred Walker, Meredith Wilson, and Yuriko.  Currently producing Dirty Dancing,  The Love Boats on Stage, Pre-Broadway, Exit Laughing, a 6 character play Off-Broadway, Dusty, Henry Sweet Henry Tour. He recently completed the redesign and the opening of a new theatre in Orange County.  He consults with numerous theatres throughout the US and the world.   

In the early 1980's, he founded Coleman/Worthington Productions, a successful production company, specializing in producing, directing and creating theatre, concerts, and industrial in addition to spectacle theatre and concerts.  These have included such legends as Tony Bennett, Victor Borge, Robert Goulet, Lena Horne, Beverly Sills, Red Skelton, and others.

In 1988, Mr. Worthington was Manager of Show Development for The Walt Disney Company.  He continued to serve in that capacity until 1992 when he acted as Producer of Disney Attractions.  A year later, he served as Associate Producer then Producer of Walt Disney Theatrical Productions for the internationally run stage shows of "Beauty and the Beast." In addition, he had developed many halftime shows, major events, parades and the opening of the Ducks Of Anaheim, to mention a few of the events. 

Outside of Disney, Mr. Worthington was producer of numerous shows including associate producer of Sugar starring Robert Morse at the Music Centre in Los Angeles; producer of A, My Name is Alice, an off-Broadway production in San Francisco; The Glory of Christmas in Los Angeles starring Debby Boone, Dean Jones, and the London Symphony Orchestra; The Glory of Easter in Los Angeles starring Gregory Peck, Michael York, and Robert Reed; A Tribute to the Governor of the State of New York at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center in New York; A Tribute to Walter Cronkite at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City starring Carol Channing, Danny Kaye, and Ertha Kitt; The Doug Henning Show; The Night of the Iguana; Ferrante and Teicher; The Andy Williams Christmas Show; the Benefit for the Crystal Cathedral with Beverly Sills; the Benefit for the Hospital of Special Surgery; and the Benefit for South Coast Medical Center with Red Skelton. Developed for the City of Long Branch, NJ Operating and Producing for the Paramount Theatre as a part of the development of a new entertainment district a 200 million dollar project.  Remodeled and developed operations for the Encore Theatre, a new theatre in California, He recently opened a new theatre in Tustin CA, which featured dinner, major stage shows, and a comedy club.  

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His directorial credits include: The National Tour and Broadway run of The King and I starring Yul Brynner; the National Tour of The King and I starring Rudolf Nureyev; Man of LaMancha in Coconut Grove, Florida starring Howard Keel; Man of LaMancha at the Paper Mill Playhouse starring Robert Horton; Anything Goes; The Effect of Gamma Rays in New York starring Shelley Winters; Much Ado About Nothing; The Lion in Winter; Dames At Sea starring Bernadette Peters; A Midsummer's Night Dream starring Mickey Rooney; A Tribute to Walter Cronkite; A Tribute to the Governor of New York at Avery Fisher Hall in New York; The Glory of Christmas in Los Angeles starring Debby Boone and Dean Jones; and The Glory of Easter in Los Angeles starring Gregory Peck, Michael York, and Robert Reed.

He was Company manager/General Manager in Reno of the Music Man and Production Manager/Supervisor of 1776; Butterflies Are Free; Dames At Sea; Twigs; Norma, Is That You?; No, No, Nannette; Sleuth; South Pacific; The Music Man; Three Goats in a Blanket; Gypsy; I Do, I Do; Hello, Dolly!; The Red Mill; The Sorrows of Frederick; Mame; The Marriage-Go-Round; Murder at Howard Johnsons; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum; Man of LaMancha; Mary, Mary; Promises, Promises; Follies; The Secretary Bird; Under the Yum-Yum Tree; Play It Again, Sam; Godspell; Fiddler on the Roof; The Prisoner of Second Avenue; The Fantastics; Oliver; Girl Crazy; Tango; Holy Ghosts; The Desert Song; Rodgers and Hart; and To Be Young, Gifted and Black.  Performers for these shows included: Milton Berle, Ken Berry, Jerome Hines, Dustin Hoffman, Robert Horton, Ruby Keller, Eartha Kitt; Angela Lansbury, Mary Martin, Patrick McNee, Ann Meara, Robert Merrill, Betsy Palmer, Itzack Perlman, Bernadette Peters, Constance Towers, Dick Van Dyke, Joyce Van Patten, Shelley Winters, Gretchen Wyler, and Gig Young.

Mr. Worthington has been Production Stage Manager for the Coconut Grove Playhouse, Florida; the Playhouse for the Stars in Florida; the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey; the Westchester Playhouse in New York; the Starlight Theatre in St. Louis; and the Music Hall in Detroit. He is currently Chairman of Cornerstone Entertainment International, Inc., and  President of J & B Theatrical Productions, LLC.

In addition to original dramatic and business theatre shows, we have collaborated with several film companies, adapting successful films into hit Broadway musicals. This has progressed naturally into work on feature films.

With such a wide-ranging and successful repertoire of creative endeavors, we're sure that J & B Theatrical Productions, LLC, has the skill and creativity you need to make your business shine brighter than the rest.


Thank you for your interest. For questions or comments, please use the information listed here. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

(714) 941-6730

Hours of Operation
Monday–Saturday, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

214 West 50th Street, New York, NY.  10019
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