A.R.T.: WARHOLCAPOTE. Rob Roth received a Tony 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 seen by more than 40 million people all over the world, winning many awards, 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. In addition to his work in theater, Rob is a frequent director of rock concerts, working with legendary artists KISS, Alice Cooper, Cyndi Lauper, The Dresden Dolls, and guitar great Steve Miller, among others. Rob has one of the world’s largest collections of rock and roll graphics, which are featured in the book The Art of Classic Rock. Rob is married to Dr. Patrick Meade and lives in New York City with their two Labs, Dash and Tag.