Board of Directors
Greg Roth is Senior Vice President for Philanthropy for Opportunity International, a non-profit which provides financial services and training to 14.3 million people who are working their way out of poverty in the developing world. Greg and his wife, Meg, have been Doylestown, Bucks County residents for 30 years. His passion for philanthropy extends to involvement in many other community organizations, including the Philadelphia Leadership Foundation, where he is a board member, the Fanny Chapman Swimming Team and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Doylestown. His commitment to #SaveOscarsHome can be summarized with the quote, “To stand...in the room where [Oscar Hammerstein] wrote the words to “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’” is to know in your bones that for anyone who loves the American musical, the successful preservation of Highland Farm will be the worthiest of causes.” Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal, July 10, 2018.
Jaime Rogers has served as a music teacher and choir director at Lenape Middle School in Doylestown, PA since 2004. Previously she taught music in the William Penn School District (Landsdowne, PA) and in the Tioga Central School District (Tioga Center, NY). In her role as music teacher, Jaime has conducted thousands of students in various choral ensembles in school and community events, adjudications, and collaborative concerts and festivals. Jaime is also highly involved in musical theatre as a musical director for Lenape Middle School’s spring musical and as a guest musical director, and sometimes performer, for the Theatre Arts Center’s Summer and Winter productions. In addition to producing high quality music performances, Jaime has successfully raised tens of thousands of dollars for the Lenape Music Program through unique fundraising campaigns. The most well-known campaign is her annual “Princess Pancake Breakfast” at Chambers 19 which has become a beloved Doylestown tradition as well as raising thousands of dollars for the Lenape Choir every year. Jaime enjoys collaborating with other musicians as a way to build community and expand educational opportunities for her students. She has enjoyed collaborations with The Bucks County Country Gentleman’s Barbershop Chorus, the Philadelphia Boys Choir, and all of the secondary school choirs in the Central Bucks School District. She has also commissioned and premiered new choral works by Deke Sharon, Amy F. Bernon, Rollo Dilworth, and Nancy Gifford-Humphreys. Jaime envisions Oscar Hammerstein’s home to be a place where our next generation of musicians and lyricists can gather to learn about his musical legacy and humanitarian accomplishments as well as soak up all of the creative energy that you can still feel within the rooms and walls of the home. She is excited to be a part of this important project and contribute her talents towards making this dream a reality. Jaime resides in Doylestown with her husband and two daughters.
Secretary & Treasurer
Christine Junker has over 30 years of experience in arts marketing and management and on non-profit Boards, including as Director of Marketing and Interim Managing Director for the Virginia Symphony, Director of Marketing and Educational Programs for the Harrisburg Symphony (Pennsylvania), Audience Services Manager for the Professional Theater Training Program at the University of Delaware, and most recently as a volunteer District Membership Specialist for National Charity League, Inc. (NCL, Inc.), the nation’s premier mother-daughter non-profit organization. Christine has lent her expertise to many community organizations, including the Bucks County Penn State Alumni Association and the Boards of the Central Bucks Chapter of NCL, Inc., the Central Bucks High School East Band Parents Association and the Newcomers Club of Central Bucks. Christine is the Founder of Mom’s Pantry, a church-based food-collection organization in Little Rock, Arkansas. Mom’s Pantry won the 2009 “Acting Out Against Hunger” award from the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance and received a grant from the Governor’s Office to Fight Hunger. A clarinetist, Christine enjoys performing with the Delaware Valley University Band, the Penn State Alumni Blue Band and other community music groups.
Judith Ann Abrams
Judith Ann Abrams, multiple Tony and Olivier Award winning producer, began her theatrical career as the Founder/Producer of the famed family musical company, The Broadway Pixie Judy Troupe. The Troupe played throughout the U.S. at every top theater, in London and at the White House for the children of two presidents.
Discovered by famed composer Richard Rodgers, Judy produced three of her musical cast albums in association with The Rodgers and Hammerstein Music Library and Golden Records with The London Symphony Orchestra. Her Pixie Judy Foundation introduced inner city children to their first live theater, earning her the Jefferson Award and three Mayoral Certificates of Appreciation.
Abrams, third generation "show biz," began her work on Broadway as an Associate Producer of the revival of Annie Get Your Gun, becoming a full producer on Chita Rivera: The Dancers Life and Spring Awakening (Tony). Judy went on to become a co-producer of: Company, Love Letters, It Shoulda Been You, Kinky Boots, The Visit, Indecent, Torch Song Trilogy, Come From Away, Anastasia, Tootsie and Funny Girl to name a few. She is an investor in Mrs. Doubtfire, The Audience, Lehman Trilogy, Only A Play, Front Page, Matilda, Angels In America and The Inheritance. Her off-Broadway credits include Spalding Grey's Stories Left To Tell, producer of Cy Coleman's Exactly Like You and Bridge and Tunnel in association with Meryl Streep, Gloria: The Gloria Steinem Story.
In addition to her Broadway productions, Judy co-produced the National Tours of Kinky Boots, Come From Away, Tootsie, Anastasia and Annie, as well as being co-producer of many of her shows in London, Toronto, Australia, Korea and Japan.
Mike Adams is an experienced, award-winning museum professional and educator. He serves
as Director, Museum and Audience Engagement, at Hagley Museum and Library, and previously
held roles as Director of Education at the National Constitution Center and Education
Coordinator at Historic Philadelphia, Inc. In addition to his museum work, Mike has trained
emerging museum professionals since 2018 as an Associate Professor in the Museum Studies
graduate program at the University of the Arts. His other cultural and nonprofit roles have
included serving as President of the Museum Council of Greater Philadelphia, President of
Philadelphia’s Historic Neighborhood Consortium, and founding Co-chair of the Young Friends
of Independence National Historical Park. He was a contributing author for “Bringing Teachers
to the History Museum: A Guide to Facilitating Teacher Professional Development” (Rowman &
Littlefield) and, since 2021, a peer reviewer for grants from the Institute of Museum and Library
Services. A Bucks County native, Mike performed and later worked with students in music and
theatre programs in the Neshaminy and Council Rock School Districts. He is honored to be part
of OHMTEC’s work, ensuring that Oscar Hammerstein’s enduring legacy in musical theatre and
beyond will “bloom and grow forever.”
Matt Britten is an entertainment entrepreneur, media executive, and theater producer. Variety magazine named Matt one of their inaugural “People to Watch on Broadway.” Over the past decade creating and leading Broadway Brands, Matt has launched numerous Broadway apps, sites, and other platforms including Broadway News and Broadway Briefing, Broadway’s industry newsletter. In 2021, Matt led the successful sale of Broadway Brands to The John Gore Organization (the leading presenter, distributor, and marketer of Broadway theater worldwide) and joined the executive team of JGO. Always seeking to innovate, Matt created and produced the first ever mobile app-enabled theater production, BLANK! The Musical. Matt's award-winning VR film “The Crew” was an official selection at film festivals around the world. Among other theatrical projects, he wrote and directed ODYSSEY, an epic musical retelling of the classic myth. In 2019 and 2020, Matt served as Producer of the Drama Desk Awards. Matt has worked for The Walt Disney Company, Warner Bros. Entertainment, and The Weinstein Company. He was educated at Syracuse University and Shakespeare’s Globe in London. He serves on the Alumni Council of the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University.
Van Dean is a Tony® Award and Grammy® Award-winning producer of 13 Broadway musicals and plays (including Jagged Little Pill, Anastasia, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Gershwins’ Porgy & Bess, Big Fish, Catch Me If You Can, Evita, The Best Man, The Velocity of Autumn), 260+ musical theater-related recordings (including Matilda, The Color Purple, Anastasia, My Fair Lady, If The Fates Allow: Hadestown Holiday Album, The Lightning Thief), as well as numerous Broadway/National Tours, Off-Broadway musicals, concert events, a West End production and a documentary film. Van is President and Co-Founder of Broadway Records and his philanthropic work includes being a producer of “Broadway For Orlando: What The World Needs Now is Love”, Broadway United’s “We Are The World”, “Broadway Kids Against Bullying: I Have a Voice”, “From Broadway With Love” benefit concerts for Sandy Hook, Orlando (Emmy Award winner for sound design) and Parkland as well his work with NewArts in Sandy Hook/Newtown, CT.
Sasha Eisenberg is an English and theatre educator with a Masters in Educational Leadership who has worked in Bucks County for 30 years. At Central Bucks East High School, Sasha served as an English teacher (1995-2001) and theatre director of the award winning Patriot Players, PA Thespian Troupe #6165 (1995-present). Sasha has directed over 50 plays and musicals and has assisted with numerous additional staff and student directed productions and special events. The Bucks County Playhouse has honored her for Outstanding Direction for multiple productions. In 2017, Sasha directed the award winning one-act, “I Never Saw Another Butterfly,” and was honored to join the company at the International Thespian Festival in Nebraska. In addition to producing high quality performances, with Sasha’s leadership, the club has successfully raised tens of thousands of dollars for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Sasha also has led numerous summer theatre programs including Diamond Ridge Day Camp, Briarwood Day Camp, and Delaware Valley University’s KidsU! In 2023, she co-founded Bucks County Theatrics (BCT) and looks forward to creating new theatrical opportunities for the Bucks County community. She is passionate about theatre arts education and thrilled to be a part of the mission to secure the legacy of Oscar Hammerstein. Sasha lives in Doylestown with her husband and enjoys visiting her three grown children.
Michael E. Peters, Esq.
Mike Peters is an attorney and shareholder at the law firm of Eastburn and Gray in Doylestown. His practice includes land use, municipal law, and real estate. Although not a native of Bucks County, Mike is dedicated to the community he now calls home. He currently serves on the boards of Bucks Beautiful and the Bucks County Community College Foundation. His interest in the OHMTEC project began with his early involvement in the municipal approval process associated with the project. Mike and his wife Sarah are devoted to the arts. They live with their daughters and two rescue dogs less than a mile down the road from Highland Farm.