Richard Hillman Public Relations

Richard Hillman Public Relations, located in the heart of the Theatre District, is a boutique agency specializing in press, public relations, media campaigns, and special events for theatrical stage productions, cabaret, music recordings, cultural institutions, and celebrities.

With more than 15 years’ experience working on commercial and not-for-profit productions on Broadway and Off-Broadway, partners Richard Hillman and Philip Carrubba take a hands-on approach to building a strong working relationship with every client. We carefully define each client’s goals and work to meet them by crafting effective media campaigns tailored to each client’s unique needs. We work hand in hand with advertising, marketing and social media resources to foster and enhance an awareness of identity across all media platforms, including print, online, television and radio.

RHPR has represented all types of Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, music venues, theatre companies, and arts organizations. A representative selection of past productions and cultural institutions includes: One Funny Mother, iLuminate, My Father's Voice, Sing! A South African and American Musical Holiday Celebration​Edwin, The Edwin Booth StoryFuerza Bruta, Midnight at The Never Get, The Most Miserable Christmas Tree, The Two and Only (2007 Tony Award winner), Side Show, The Mountaintop, Hair, End of the Rainbow, Barry Manilow on Broadway, Lord of the Dance, Closer Than Ever (2012 Off-Broadway Alliance Award Winner), In Transit (2010 Drama Desk Winner), Zanna Don’t!, The Toxic Avenger, The Castle, Lucky Guy, My Trip Down the Pink Carpet, The Bullpen, The Two-Character Play, Red Eye of Love, Rothschild and Sons, Len Cariou’s Broadway and the Bard, Cagney, You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Café Carlyle, Birdland, Arci’s, Le Jazz Au Bar, TACT/The Actors Company Theatre, Primary Stages, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, The Culture Project, and Target Margin Theater. 

Current clients include Church And State,​ Attack of the Elvis Impersonators, The Assignment/gUN Country, That Physics Show, The Amazing Max, Georgie: My Adventures with George Rose,  Amas Musical Theatre, Houses on the Moon, Paper Mill Playhouse, The National Asian Artists Project (NAAP), The York Theatre Company, Premieres, The Drama League, and the Theatre World Awards.
Members of  The Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers (ATPAM).