JOHN N. HART JR.
Founder & CEO
Over four decades in the entertainment industry, John Hart has produced critically acclaimed feature films and Tony Award winning theatrical productions. His film credits include Boys Don’t Cry, You Can Count on Me, and Revolutionary Road, while his theatre credits include Once (2012 winner of 8 Tony Awards), The Band’s Visit, A Bronx Tale, The Who's Tommy, Hamlet with Ralph Fiennes, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying starring Matthew Broderick, Annie Get Your Gun starring Bernadette Peters, and the record-breaking revival of Chicago. John is an alumnus of Dartmouth College.
Charlie is a Broadway producer whose credits include The Band’s Visit, A Bronx Tale, The Glass Menagerie starring Cherry Jones, Once (2012 winner of 8 Tony Awards), Dead Accounts, & Seminar starring Alan Rickman. Film credits include Greetings From Tim Buckley, Revolutionary Road, & Evening. He is an alumnus of the Commercial Theater Institute & Roger Williams University.
Head of Creative Development and Executive Assistant
Emily leads creative development for Evamere, including evaluating film and theatre material for consideration. She previously worked at two other film production companies and a talent agency in Los Angeles. She has a Masters in Humanities with a focus on creative writing from the University of Chicago.
Producing & Business Development Associate
Sophie came to Evamere after two years as an Associate Consultant at Bain & Company. She recently graduated from Yale University, where she was News Editor for the Yale Daily News and was involved in the Shen Curriculum for musical theatre as a composer and performer. At Evamere, she assists with General Partner obligations for currently running shows, helps develop new projects, conducts financial analysis, and develops new business opportunities.