Christine Schwarzman began her career as field producer and writer at ABC News. After receiving her law degree, she specialized in intellectual-property asset management at the law firm of Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman. While at CL&L, she litigated cases for such corporate clients as Random House, Met Life, Warner Bros, Sony Entertainment, WWE and Altria.
She was the founder and CEO of IP Network, an enterprise software company specializing in the management and commercialization of Intellectual Property. Additionally, Christine serves as a trustee of Inner-City Scholarship Fund, as well as the board of Venetian Heritage. She is a member in good standing of the New York State Bar Association and American Intellectual Property Bar Association.
Now in her “third act,” she is pursuing her lifelong love of theater by producing and investing in theatrical productions. In 2019, she and No Guarantees won the Tony Award for Best Musical for co-producing Hadestown. In addition to Hadestown, No Guarantees has been associated with highly anticipated and critically acclaimed productions including Come From Away, Mean Girls, Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations, Hello, Dolly!, To Kill A Mockingbird with Jeff Daniels, Beetlejuice, Angels in America with Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield, The Waverly Gallery with Elaine May, Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus with Nathan Lane, King Lear with Glenda Jackson, Be More Chill, Moulin Rouge!, and Tina—The Tina Turner Musical. Off-Broadway, she and her company No Guarantees were the sole commercial support for the Drama Desk nominated Soft Power (Public Theater), in addition to supporting Endlings (New York Theater Workshop). Upcoming work includes Company, The Lehman Trilogy, and Sing Street, however, we all know that right now there are No Guarantees.