Robb Nanus is an award-winning live event and digital producer. At Foossa, he serves as project producer and strategist, where he ensures that our projects run smoothly, on-time, and on-budget, and that our partners stay happy in the sometimes difficult journey of co-creation. Robb has managed campaigns with the NYC Department of Consumer Affairs’s Office of Financial Empowerment, the DESIS Lab at the Parson's School of Design and more.
Outside of Foossa, he currently works primarily with influencer/creator Max Emerson. Recent project include the six time award winning musical Newton's Cradle, the Obie Award-winning theatrical experience The Woodsman at New World Stages, the Drama Desk-award winning musical The Lion and the sold out, New York premiere of Andrew Lippa's I Am Harvey Milk starring Kristin Chenoweth, the Orchestra of St Luke's and the 120 member All Star Broadway Men’s Chorus at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall. He also recently worked on the Broadway musical Allegiance, primarily acting to build community and education opportunities with celebrity influencer George Takei and the rest of the creative team around the rich historical contexts of the groundbreaking piece.
Robb is a founding partner of Spruce Lake Theatrical alongside David Bloch and Broadway composer Andrew Lippa. He has worked in various capacities with The Social Edge, the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Ars Nova, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, the Tony Award winning Signature Theatre in DC, Story Pirates and Turbovote. In his spare time, he volunteers with the Covenant House and is a trustee emeritus of the NYC chapter of the Awesome Foundation.