DiClaudio Productions, LLC

Founded in 2012 by Alex DiClaudio, DiClaudio Productions is committed to producing quality entertainment of artistic integrity and commercial viability.  Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with close links to New York City , Los Angeles, and London, DiClaudio Productions focuses on high-quality entertainment that is both accessible and enjoyable.

Alex DiClaudio | Producer

Alex is a film, television, and theater producer based in Pittsburgh, PA.  Recent film/TV credits include Co-Producer for The Chair, a Pittsburgh-based film/TV project created by Hollywood producer Chris Moore in which two up-and-coming directors will compete to each film a movie based on the same script (currently available on DVD, iTunes, AmazonPrime, and Google Play). Alex is also the producer for the hit webseries,  Pittsburgh Dad, a funny, irreverent, family-friendly send up of the working class, blue collar fathers we all know and love, and for which Southwestern Pennsylvania is famous.

Alex has a passion for telling new stories, well.  To that end, he partners with a number of talented storytellers in multiple media to create, develop, and produce new content.  Alex's dedication to story first informs all of the decisions DiClaudio Productions makes about with whom to partner and what projects to back.

Alex made his Broadway producing debut fall of 2012 as a Co-Producer for the hit new show Grace, starring Paul Rudd, Michael Shannon, and Ed Asner.  Prior to becoming an independent producer, Alex worked as a Producing Associate through Bisno Productions for the 2012 Broadway revival of the classic musical Annie. Alex was also affiliated with Davenport Theatrical Enterprises for the spring 2013 Broadway production of Alan Cumming's one-man version of William Shakespeare's Macbeth .  Most recently, he was an investor/investment bundler in association with Stuart Thompson Productions for the 2013/2014 Broadway production of No Man's Land & Waiting for Godot, starring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart.

Prior to his work in commercial theater, Alex held a number of positions with the award-winning Off-Broadway Atlantic Theater Company, spanning from General Management Intern to Assistant Company Manager over the course of several years and multiple productions, including Dusk Rings a Bell, Gabriel, 10x25, and Bluebird.

Alex is a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, earning a BA Economics from the Tepper School of Business in 2009, and a Master of Arts Management from the H. John Heinz III College in 2011.  Additionally, Alex studied at the London School of Economics in 2008.  Alex is currently serving as President-Elect of the Carnegie Mellon Alumni Association.