Legit manager Mark Subias, who reps a slew of Gotham’s younger stage scribes and helmers, has jumped to UTA, where he’ll aim to expand the tenpercentery’s New York-based theater department while repping clients in film and TV as well.
The move means he’ll shutter his eight-year-old management shingle, Subias, which he formed in 2004 following a stint at William Morris.
Among the directors on Subias’ roster are Sam Gold, the seemingly omnipresent helmer whose production of “Seminar” is currently on the Rialto; Pam MacKinnon, who directed “Clybourne Park,” now in Broadway previews; Daniel Aukin, whose staing of “4,000 Miles” is in the midst of a well-received return run at Lincoln Center Theater; and Les Waters, the new a.d. of the Actors Theater of Lousiville.
Scribes on his list include Will Eno, whose latest, “Title and Deed,” will soon play Off Broadway’s Signature Theater, as well as Adam Rapp (“The Edge of Our Bodies”), Itamar Moses (“Nobody Loves You,” bowing next month at the Old Globe), Bathsheba Doran (“Kin”), Danai Gurira (the writer-thesp who’ll star in AMC’s “The Walking Dead” next season), Nick Jones and Sarah Treem.
In UTA’s New York office he’ll work alongside TV talent co-head Nancy Gates, talent agent Steven Fisher, alternative TV agent Allison Wallach, licensing agent Paula Friedman and movie lit agent Melissa Wells.