Georganne Aldrich Heller is the president of Irish Theatre & Film Production. The company is a not for profit and completely devoted to presenting the work of Irish playwrights in New York, London and Dublin. She recently received a proclamation from the Irish Consul General of New York for her outstanding contributions to Irish Theater in the US and internationally.Recent credits include the US premiere of Underneath by Pat Kinevane. The US premiere of Caged by Dermot Davis. The UK premiere of Pat Kinevane's Silent at Soho Theatre in London which recently won the Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theater. Mark O' Rowe's Howie The Rookie at BAM. NY Times Critics’ Pick, The Last Days of Cleopatra by Laoisa Sexton. Who’s Your Daddy? by Johnny O' Callaghan. The US premieres of Silent and Forgotten both by Pat Kinevane. The Prophet of Monto by John Paul Murphy. Other credits include the Award winning site specific show, Ladies & Gents performed in Central Park’s “Public Toilets”, Marie Jones dark comedy, Rockdoves, Geraldine Hughes’ Belfast Blues, Marie Jones’s A Night in November, Jimmy Murphy’s The Kings of the Kilburn High Road, Frank McCourt’s Limerick On My Mind, Beckett’s Molloy with Conor Lovett, The Nualas, Joseph O’ Connor’s Red Roses & Petrol with Frank McCourt, Kenneth Branagh’s Public Enemy, Graham Reid ‘s Remembrance with Milo O’Shea and Frances Sternhagen. Other productions include- My Old Friends, by Norman Sachs & Mel Mandel (Critic’s Choice Award), Mother of All The Behans with Rosaleen Linehan. And the TV show Falcon's Gold with co producer Paul M. Heller, and the feature film, Red Roses & Petrol, with Malcolm McDowell.She was one of the original co-founders of Women In Film, as well as owning a very successful PR agency with clients such as Burbank Film Studios and CAL ARTS UNIVERSITY. Georganne serves on the Board of Directors toThe Irish Arts Center in New York where she has worked as an independent producer for over twenty years. Georganne is a Trustee on the board of The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Previously, she served as Cultural Director for the Borough of Manhattan.