MISSION

The Amoralists is a theatre company that produces work of no moral judgment. Dedicated to an honest expression of the American condition, our ensemble explores complex characters of moral ambiguity, plumbing the depths of the social, political, spiritual and sexual characteristics of human nature.

Rollicking, rebellious and raw, our work will go home with you.

The Pied Pipers of the Lower East Side. Matthew Pilieci, James Kautz, Malcolm Madera, Sarah Lemp, Nick Lawson, Mandy Moore. P.S. 122, New York City, June 2009. (Photo by Larry Cobra)

The Pied Pipers of the Lower East Side. Matthew Pilieci, James Kautz, Malcolm Madera, Sarah Lemp, Nick Lawson, Mandy Moore. P.S. 122, New York City, June 2009. (Photo by Larry Cobra)

Kautz, Pilieci and Ahonen. (Photo by Todd Heisler/The New York Times)

HISTORY

The Amoralists were founded by Derek Ahonen, James Kautz and Matthew Pilieci on a wily trip to Los Angeles in November of 2006. Since then, an army of artists have contributed their many talents to the productions you've seen on our stages. Without their dedicated artistry, none of these plays would be possible. The lists of creatives for each show can be found on our show pages.

 

Co-Founders
Derek Ahonen | James Kautz | Matthew Pilieci

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Oliver Dow: Chairman | James Kautz: President | Lois Gallagher: Secretary | Carl White: Treasurer | David Gibbs 

ADVISORY BOARD
Jason Aylesworth | Mark Sendroff

AMORALISTS EXECUTIVE TEAM

James Kautz: Artistic Director | Alfred Schatz: Associate Artistic Director | Lico Whitfield: Producing Director | Jeremy Duncan Pape: Production Manager | Lauren Miller: Lead Development Consultant | Dara Swisher: Development Associate | Erin Brittain: Development Associate | Jerrod Bogard: 'Wright Club Program Director | Gary Jaffe: Associate Wright Club Program Director | Brett Hecksher: Marketing Associate, Web Editor