RBTL’s Broadway Partner/Presenter
Albert Nocciolino, RBTL’s M&T Bank Broadway Season Partner/Presenter, serves as President & CEO of NAC Entertainment, Ltd., a company based in Binghamton, NY. NAC Entertainment, Ltd. is a diversified entertainment and theatrical company specializing in the presentation of National Touring Broadway shows in New York State (Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Binghamton, Elmira, Utica, and Albany) and the State of Pennsylvania (Scranton and Erie). He is proud to be celebrating more than 35 years in the Theatrical Entertainment Business.
In addition to directing the Broadway subscription seasons in these cities, Mr. Nocciolino is also responsible for producing and co-producing shows on Broadway and national touring shows across the country.
With the Independent Presenters Network (IPN), he has co-produced the following Broadway and national tours: Driving Miss Daisy on Broadway starring James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave, Tony Award winner for Best Musical Kinky Boots, Ragtime, Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical La Cage aux Folles, Legally Blonde, Tony Award winner for Best Musical Monty Pythonâ€™s Spamalot, the Drama Desk and Tony Award winner for Best Musical Thoroughly Modern Millie. Also co-produced and invested in the National Tours of The Full Monty, Guys and Dolls starring Maurice Hinds, Rent, De La Guarda, Annie, Fame, Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby, West Side Story, Jellies Last Jam, A Chorus Line: The Broadway Tour of America, Six Degrees of Separation, the Pulitzer-Prize winning play The Piano Lesson, The Fantasticks starring Robert Goulet, and two shows in Las Vegas: The Great Radio City Spectacular and Forever Plaid.
Mr. Nocciolino most recently received a Tony Award for Oklahoma! with the IPN, won two 2017 Tony Awards, personally as a Producer for Hello Dolly (Best Revival of a Musical) and with the IPN for Dear Evan Hansen (Best Musical), plus had two additional 2017 nominations for A Doll's House Part 2 and Groundhog Day. He received Tony Awards in 2013 for Kinky Boots (Best Musical), 2010 for La Cage aux Folles (Best Revival of a Musial) 2005 for Spamalot (Best Musical), and 2002 for Thoroughly Modern Millie (Best Musical), and three additional nominations: 1997 for Annie (Best Revival of a Musical), 1999 for Peter Pan (Best Revival of a Musical), and 2010 for Ragtime (Best Revival of a Musical).
Albert has been a Tony Award voting member since 1982. He formerly served as the Co-Chair of the Intra-Industry / Road Presenters Committee and Vice Chair of the Road of The Broadway League (the national trade association for the Broadway industry) of which he is now a member of the Executive Committee and the Board of Governors, a founding member and Chairman of the National Touring Theatre Council, and is a founding member and past President of the Independent Presenters Network (IPN).
Albert is a graduate of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Within his community Albert has served on the boards of the:
Binghamton University Foundation
Broome County Community Charities
Binghamton Boys & Girls Club Foundation