Pomegranate Arts

Creative Producers

Founded by Linda Brumbach in 1998, Pomegranate Arts is an independent production company based in New York City dedicated to the development of international performing arts projects. As a creative producing team, Pomegranate Arts works in close collaboration with contemporary artists and arts institutions to bring bold and ambitious artistic ideas to fruition. With a hands-on approach, Pomegranate creates unique structures and partnerships in all performance mediums. Whether creating a new work with established artists at the peak of their career or introducing the vision of a younger artist, Pomegranate specializes in producing provocative performance events of the highest quality.

Pomegranate seeks presenter partnerships and accepts commissioning support from individuals and organizations for new work in development. If you are interested in supporting a Pomegranate Arts production, we encourage you to contact us at  Individuals can support our work by becoming a Pomegranate angel here.


We are currently accepting applications for an Administrative Assistant. Please click here to learn more about the position. To submit an application, please send a resume and cover letter to with the subject line LAST NAME, FIRST NAME – Administrative Assistant.


Join us! If you are interested in joining our team as an intern, freelance producer, or production crew member, we would love to hear from you! Applications from LGBTQ+ and BIPOC candidates welcome.  

Please email us at


Pomegranate Arts, Inc.

Tel. 212-228-2221

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Director Linda Brumbach and Laurie Anderson at the 60th Annual APAP Awards Ceremony and Luncheon in January 2017. Anderson received the Award of Merit for Achievement in Performing Arts.



Linda Brumbach

Founder and Director


Linda Brumbach founded Pomegranate Arts in 1998 and since then has produced Taylor Mac’s multi-award winning A 24-Decade History of Popular Music and the Olivier Award winning production of Einstein on the Beach with Philip Glass, Robert Wilson and Lucinda Childs. Prior to that time, she was responsible for overseeing touring productions at International Production Associates (IPA) for Twyla Tharp, Spalding Gray, Diamanda Galas, Eric Bogosian, Elizabeth Streb, Karen Finley, Richard Foreman, Meryl Tankard and the Serious Fun! Festival at Lincoln Center. Linda received the 2016 ISPA Patrick Hayes Award for long standing achievement in the performing arts and currently serves on the board of the Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP). She is a graduate of the Indiana School of Music and lives in Montclair, NJ with her husband Marty and children Jonah and Molly.

Alisa Regas

Managing Director, Creative


Alisa joined Pomegranate Arts as a principal immediately upon its formation in 1998 and became its Managing Director, Creative in 2014. Previously Alisa has worked at International Production Associates (IPA) as a project manager working with Philip Glass, Spalding Gray, Improbable, Twyla Tharp, Meryl Tankard, Sankai Juku, Richard Foreman, Robert Wilson, Elizabeth Streb, Lisa Kron and Diamanda Galás. Most recently, Alisa was the Associate Producer of Pomegranate’s revivals of Einstein on the Beach and Available Light and of Taylor Mac’s A 24-Decade History of Popular Music. Alisa began her career on the producing team of the International Theatre Festival of Chicago after graduating from Northwestern University with a BA in English Fiction Writing and a Certificate in the Integrated Arts. She has also served as an ongoing consultant for Creative Capital and is on the board of the International Society for the Performing Arts.


Kaleb Kilkenny

Operations Consultant, Founding Principal


Rachel Katwan

General Manager


Jeremy Lydic

Director of Production


Jake Stepansky

Executive Administrator