PABLO ROJAS is a Boston-based producer, and production manager. He founded Ministry of Theater to produce and create commercially-viable theater entertainment in the beginning of 2012.  Recent projects include God Hates Musicals and Boston’s Unscripted Musical Project (BUMP).   Recently, Pablo helped produce the Emmy-nominated Improv Asylum’s Vanity Project.  Previously, Pablo has worked with the Huntington Theatre Company, the American Repertory Theater and Oberon, the Vineyard Playhouse, the Olney Theatre Company, 3 Monkeys Theatrical Productions, and Actors Centre Australia.  Pablo was the the General Manager of  Improv Asylum, New England’s premiere improv and sketch comedy theater in Boston’s historic North End, for several years before becoming Operations Manager in 2012. He was on the development team for Laugh Boston, a 300-seat theater built in the Westin Waterfront Hotel adjacent to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center that opened in September 2013, and also serves as Operations Manager there.  In early 2013 he also founded Catalyst Comedy as a home for independent improv groups that is currently in residence at the Boston Button Factory Friday nights in Fort Point.  He studied at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts receiving a B.F.A. in Theater Studies.


Ministry of Theater is an independent producing company that helps produce, manage, or create new entertainment based theatrical productions in the Boston-metro area.  Ministry of Theater maintains over ten years of theater production and operations experience in the Boston area alone. 

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