Hal Prince, Orin Wolf, Carol Burnett and John Pinckard at a reception for the first T Fellows in 2007. (Photo: Courtesy of Steven Chaikelson.)
Before “The Band’s Visit” won 10 Tony Awards, its lead producer, Orin Wolf, learned the tricks of the trade from some of the industry’s top names. Wolf was part of the inaugural class of the T. Fellowship, a program created by Hal Prince in honor of his mentor, the late producer T. Edward Hambleton. The program offers fellows the ability to audit theater classes at Columbia University and gain mentorship from a panel of prominent producers, which currently includes Prince, Tom Schumacher, David Stone, Jeffrey Seller, Margo Lion and Gregory Mosher, in the hopes of bringing more creative producers into…

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