Brian Zeilinger-Goode is a two-time Tony Award-winning, eight-time Olivier Award and Emmy Award-nominated American producer based in London. He holds the distinction of having been the youngest Broadway and West End producer when he produced his first shows at age 19.
In addition to his work with MZG Theatre Productions, his independent work in the WestEnd includes: Queen
Anne (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Harold Pinter Theatre), The Glass Menagerie (Duke of York’s Theatre), Nice Fish (Harold Pinter Theatre), Dreamgirls (Savoy Theatre), 1984
(Playhouse Theatre), Oresteia (Trafalgar Studios), Bend It Like Beckham (Phoenix Theatre), The Elephant Man
(Theatre Royal Haymarket), The Nether (Duke of York’s Theatre), The Sunshine Boys (Savoy Theatre), Master Class (Vaudeville Theatre), Top Girls (Trafalgar Studios),
Betrayal (Comedy Theatre) and Hair (Gielgud
On Broadway his credits include: Network (Belasco Theatre), 1984 (Hudson Theater), Dear Evan Hansen
(Music Box Theatre), King Charles III (Music Box Theatre), The Elephant Man (Booth Theatre), The Cripple of Inishmaan (Cort Theater), I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers (Booth Theatre), Lucky Guy
(Broadhurst Theatre), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Richard Rodgers Theatre), Death of a Salesman (Ethel Barrymore Theatre), Catch Me If You Can (Neil Simon Theatre), Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (Richard Rodgers Theatre), The Pee-Wee Herman Show
(Stephen Sondheim Theatre) and Lend Me A Tenor
(Music Box Theatre).
Also a television and film producer, his television work includes Gossip Girl, Teen Wolf, HBO’s The Pee-Wee Herman Show on Broadway; and for film: Martha Marcy May Marlene, Geek Charming, and Very Good Girls.
In addition to his independent producing work, Brian currently serves on the Development and Education Board of the Donmar Warehouse and co-chairs their young patrons scheme. He is also the Co-Founding Artistic Director of the international TheatreBites Festival at ArtisTree in Hong Kong. Brian is an alumnus of the Kanbar Institute of Film and Television at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and holds an MFA in Creative Producing from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Jack started producing at the age of 20, becoming one of the West End’s youngest producers. In 2018, Jack founded Take Two Theatricals, an international concert and production company, with his producing partner Brian Zeilinger-Goode.
With MZG Theatre Productions, he most recently produced the European premiere of Max Vernon’s The View UpStairs at Soho Theatre and a revival of Kander and Ebb’s The Rink at Southwark Playhouse.
Previous productions include: Sitting (ArtisTree, Hong Kong), Loop (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), the European premiere of Stephen Schwartz and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Working (Southwark Playhouse), the Olivier Award-winning revival of Show Boat (New London Theatre), The Diary Of A Teenage Girl (Southwark Playhouse), A Christmas Tale (Kenton Theatre) and as Associate Producer, The Boys In the Band (Park Theatre, National Tour and West End).
Previous concerts include: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s classics Cinderella and Carousel starring Janie Dee, Joanna Riding, Hadley Fraser and Patricia Routledge, Tony Award-winner Laura Benanti (with special guest Bianca Del Rio), Caissie Levy, Olivier Award-winner Laura Michelle Kelly (all at Cadogan Hall), Keala Settle and Andy Mientus (both at the Hippodrome Casino).
For the past three years, Jack has been Production Co-Ordinator for MPSI Ltd on Jim Steinman’s Bat Out Of Hell the Musical (Manchester, Toronto, West End and Germany).
Jack started his career interning at Jamie Wilson Productions, and subsequently went on to work as Assistant to the Company Manager on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Theatre Royal Drury Lane) and then as Assistant Producer on Accolade (St James Theatre), having worked for producers including Mark Goucher, Neil Laidlaw and Bill Kenwright.
Jack is proudly supported by Stage One, a charity that supports new UK Theatre producers. In 2015 he attended the Stage One New Producer’s Workshop, and was awarded the Stage One Bursary the following year.