Monarch Realty Inc
Peter grew up in Springfield, MA, and retired to the Spruces in Williamstown after a lifetime in the entertainment industry. Peter became an Equity (AEA) Stage Manager at the Charles Playhouse in Boston, joined the Association of Theatrical Press Agents & Managers (ATPAM) while managing the tent theater at the Big E, and was taken into the Directors Guild of America (DGA) while employed as the Production Facilities Manager at the KCET studios in Hollywood. Peter was the Stage Manager for several Emmy winning productions at KCET including CITY WATCHERS & HOLLYWOOD TELEVISION THEATRE. Peter then toured North America over ten years with the Broadway Productions of PIPPIN, HELLO DOLLY, SOUTH PACIFIC, GREASE, BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE, SLY FOX, SEASCAPE, SHOWBOAT, TIMBUKUT, & ANNIE. The ANNIE Company took him off the road to become their National General Manager based in NYC. Following the demise of the ANNIE empire, he became the Line Producer for Nederlander Theatres of America, and the Operations Manager for all Nederlander Theaters on Broadway, and the Shubert in Chicago. While in NYC he was tapped to join the management structure of ATPAM, and was elected its President & Chairman of the Board serving for eight years. Peter's last production for Nederlander was BUGS BUNNY ON BROADWAY at the Gershwin, and finally he General Managed the AIN'T BROADWAY GRAND at the Lunt Fontanne. After more than ten years of line Producing and front office management wearing him thin, he returned to stage production work as the Stage Manager for the Tropicana Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City for seven years. following 9/11, he left the US to open his own cafe in the deep water harbor town of Samana in the Dominican Republic. That experience is the subject of a "How Not To" book that is in the works. Arriving in Williamstown he decided to try something new, and earned his MA Realtors License in 2008, his VT Realtors License in 2009, and his MA Brokers License in 2010. Having spent the past 2 1/2 years working exclusively in the Northern Berkshires real estate market, he carefully selected Monarch Realty to be his new homebase, because they "go the extra mile for their clients". Peter likes to fish, and is writing a theatrical musical loosely based upon his Great Grandfather's Civil War experiences. Peter most recently directed a production of THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES for the Minerva Arts Center which is located in a former church in Blackington. An effervescent and hardworking individual, Peter enjoys working in several areas of real estate: land sales and development, waterfront properties, residential homes, luxurious estates, vacation villas and 2nd homes. Peter is licensed in both Massachusetts and Vermont!