BLUE SPRUCE PRODUCTIONS
Scott M. Delman is the Founder and Managing Partner of Blue Spruce Productions LLC which produces plays and musicals for Broadway, London’s West End and other venues worldwide. Since 2008, Blue Spruce has invested, co-produced and lead produced over 100 Broadway and London West End productions. Its plays and musicals–including Book of Mormon, Curious Incident, Fun Home, All The Way and The Ferryman—have garnered critical acclaim with over 160 nominations. Delman has won 11 Tony Awards and 5 Olivier Awards for Best Production (Play or Musical). Blue Spruce is currently developing stage adaptations of major film and television properties such as Thelma and Louise, The Help, Nashville and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.
Scott M. Delman Founder and Producer, Blue Spruce Productions
Delman is also the Founder or Co Founder of three production companies which are developing film and television properties - ShadowFox Productions (film & television), Play Book Productions (film and theatre) and Chapel Street Productions (television). At the moment, Shadowfox is producing the television adaptation of Emily St John Mandel’s international bestseller STATION ELEVEN for HBO Max, and the series is scheduled to open in November of 2021. For Play Book, Delman and his partner Bruce Cohen will be producing a film adaptation of Steve Ross’ Pulitzer Prize nominated book HITLER IN LOS ANGELES in partnership with Amy Pascal and Sascha Baron Cohen. Finally, Delman, Bruce Cohen and Peter Liguori are developing several television series at Chapel Street on behalf of FX Studios where Chapel Street has a “first look” partnership arrangement.
Before founding his entertainment businesses, Delman was President of Capital Z Partners, a multi-billion dollar private equity group which seeded and sponsored alternative investment firms. More recently, he has been a Board member of several SPAC enterprises such as Diamond Eagle (merged with
Draft Kings), Flying Eagle (merged with Skillz) and Soaring Eagle.
Finally, Delman has served on the boards and advisory councils of various academic, corporate, cultural, and public policy organizations such as Third Way, the New America Foundation, The Truman Project, Manhattan Theatre Club, Yale Drama School, UCLA’s School of Film, Television and Theatre and the Williamstown Theatre Festival.