Rob Roth received a Tony Award nomination for his Broadway directing debut, Disney’s Beauty and The Beast, which went on to become the eighth longest running show in Broadway history. Beauty has been performed all over the world, winning many awards both for Rob and the production, including the Olivier Award for best musical in London. Rob went on to direct the inaugural production of Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida and the Broadway musical Lestat, based on the Anne Rice Vampire Chronicles, with score by Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Rob co-wrote the book and directed the musical The Opposite of Sex, at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. In addition to his work in theatre, Rob is a frequent director of rock concerts, working with diverse artists KISS, Cyndi Lauper, Alice Cooper, The Dresden Dolls and guitar great Steve Miller. Rob is the executive producer of the film Taken By Storm, about the life of legendary British artist Storm Thorgerson. Rob is the co-author of the coffee table book The Art of Classic Rock, which features over 1,500 pieces from his collection of rock and roll graphics, the largest private collection of its kind in the world. Rob is married to noted psychologist Dr. Patrick Meade. They have homes in New York City and Long Island that they share with their two labs, Dash Rip Rock and Tag.