Daniel F. Kearns, 39, a general and company manager for Broadway, Off Broadway and touring shows, died Aug. 7 in Boston from complications of AIDS.
Kearns worked for such producers as James Freydberg, Elizabeth McCann and Nelle Nugent, Richard Frankel, Elliott Martin, The New York Shakespeare Festival, Lincoln Center and the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington.
He was co-general manager for “Fool Moon” with Bill Irwin and David Shiner, “Catskills on Broadway 1991” and Claudia Shear’s “Blown Sideways Through Life,” and was company manager on productions of “Penn & Teller,” “Breaking Legs,” “Miss Margarita’s Way,” “The Night Hank Williams Died,” “Three Ways Home,” “Tango Argentino” and “Closer Than Ever.”
Kearns was working as associate producer on upcoming productions of “Big” and “Fool Moon” at the time of his death.
He is survived by three sisters and four brothers.
Family suggests donations to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.