image Stewart F. Lane
Executive Producer/Producer
Tony Award winner
image Bonnie Comley
Executive Producer/Producer
Tony Award winner
image Diane Dowling
Emmy Award winner

STEWART F. LANE – Executive Producer/Producer
Producer, director, and writer Stewart F. Lane has received four Tony awards, three Drama Desk awards, a Drama Critics Circle award, and an Outer Circle Critics award.
He has written two plays and his latest book Let’s Put on a Show! is now available on DVD. Currently on the boards is Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps, (2 Tony awards and nominated for 4 more including Best Play), the longest running comedy on Broadway and Tracy Letts’ Superior Donuts.

Most recent Broadway productions include American Buffalo, Sunday in the Park with George, (nominated for 9 Tony awards including Best Revival of a Musical) and Legally Blonde.

Mr. Lane has produced multiple films and television specials with such names as Alec Baldwin, Freddie Prinze Jr., and Kevin Kline. In addition Mr. Lane is a member of the Broadway League and co-owner and operator of the Palace Theatre. He sits on the board of The Actor’s Fund of America, The American Theater Wing and The Theatre Museum.

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Tony Award winner
Stewart F. Lane

BONNIE COMLEY – Executive Producer/Producer
Bonnie Comley, vice President of Stellar Productions, Int’l Inc., won her first Tony award for producing Jay Johnson: The Two and Only. She is a producer for Superior Donuts currently running at the Music Box Theatre She also produced the Drama Desk award winner, Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps, the longest running comedy on Broadway currently at the Helen Hayes Theatre.
Other Broadway credits include Legally Blonde, the Broadway revivals of American Buffalo, Sunday in the Park with George, Cyrano de Bergerac starring Kevin Kline and Jennifer Garner, Fiddler on the Roof and Gypsy starring Bernadette Peters

Her first two films Show Business: The Road to Broadway and Brooklyn Rules played theaters across the country and she produced the TV production of Cyrano de Bergerac for PBS’s Great Performances.

Mrs. Comley is currently in development to produce Stormy Weather on Broadway, which debuted at the Pasadena Playhouse in January of 2009. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Drama League. Mrs. Comley is married to Tony award winning producer, Stewart F. Lane. Together they were honored at the Drama League’s 2009 Benefit Gala and given the Arts Horizons Paul Newman Award in 2009. They were also both given the Actors Fund Medal of Honor in 2008.
Tony Award winner
Bonnie Comley

DIANE DOWLING – Producer/Director/Writer
Diane Dowling has been producing, writing and directing for television for over a decade. While a writer producer at WCVB her year in review promotional spot won an Emmy Award. She received three Emmy nominations for her weekly series Newsbag, a children’s news program at WTTG and was awarded the 1995 Matrix Award for best new TV series in Connecticut for her program The Art Of, a weekly art magazine.
She has produced a Documentary about The Danbury Fair and served as writer, producer on an NHK pilot for a children’s early ESL program entitled Bobby’s New York Club. Diane also produced and directed an archaeological documentary set in Belgium, entitled Sclayn.

Ms. Dowling has been on staff as a Director/Producer/Writer for HBO, WTTG, Showtime, WNEV and WCVB. She directed a 13 part PBS series (for KQED) entitled Psyche & Symbol with myth scholar Joseph Campbell.

Ads she directed for Blaine Thompson include: Yentl with Zero Mostel, Sherlock Holmes with Leonard Nimoy and Glass Menagerie with Maureen Stapleton. The Cowboys a direct mail ad for Time Life Books won a silver mailbox award.

Currently Ms. Dowling is in production on three other documentaries.