ICM Partners Promotes Di Glazer to Co-Head of Theater

Courtesy of ICM Partners

She joins partner Patrick Herold, who has led the department since 2004

ICM Partners has promoted Di Glazer to lead the agency’s theater department alongside partner Patrick Herold, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Her rapid rise began as a trainee in 2011, and each of the next two years came with an elevation: to coordinator, and then to agent.

“Di came to ICM almost exactly seven years ago today,” said Herold, who has served as theater head since 2004, in a statement. “From the outset, it was clear that she possessed a deep love of theater, a keen eye, a discerning ear, a tremendous drive, a complete willingness to collaborate and an indomitable spirit. Not only does she have exceptional taste, but she has shown herself to be remarkably adept at creating opportunities, artistic matchmaking, working across disciplines and building bridges. Her demonstrated ability to draw on the full resources of the agency, in service of artists’ interests, epitomizes ICM Partners’ client-first philosophy in action. For all these reasons, she represents the next generation of leadership in a rapidly evolving business.”

Glazer’s clients include Tony nominees Rachel Chavkin and Sam Pinkleton (Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812), Emmy nominee Theresa Rebeck, Pulitzer finalist Sarah DeLappe (The Wolves) and Thoroughbreds writer-director Cory Finley, as well as playwrights Halley Feiffer, Antoinette Nwandu and Lauren Yee, director Marc Bruni, choreographer Justin Peck, Chisa Hutchinson, Martin Zimmerman and Sharyn Rothstein. She also represents collectives The Debate Society, Pigpen Theater Company and Fiasco Theater.

ICM’s theater clients earned an industry-leading 20 Tony nominations last year, and its roster includes John Kander and Fred Ebb, Michael Greif, Tina Landau, Christopher Ashley, Cyndi Lauper, Christopher Durang, Doug Wright, John Guare, Lisa Kron, Paul Rudnick and the estates of Arthur Miller, Eugene O’Neill, Bob Fosse, Wendy Wasserstein and Sam Shepard.

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