Founded by Blythe Frank and Rodney Rigby, Type Street Productions is a New York based entertainment company with a focus on film, television and Broadway.  The company has both development and production capabilities and we pride ourselves on sourcing great stories, content and partnerships.  We produce projects with varied budgets, and embrace all genres including action, thriller, comedy, historical fiction and Award-contenders.  Our core mission is to “put good things into the world.”

Meet The Team

Blythe Frank


Blythe is an award-winning independent producer based in New York. She has worked extensively in creative development, including with Andy Tennant, Mike Hausman, Flickerlab Studios and Time Inc. She has produced documentaries for PBS, branded content for Adobe, Balfour, Getty Images, and award-winning commercials and PSAs. Among her feature films are KETTLE OF FISH starring Matthew Modine, SHOWING ROOTS starring Maggie Grace, WHO GETS THE DOG starring Alicia Silverstone, WILD OATS starring Shirley MacLaine, SWING starring Michael Shannon, and Rob Reiner’s BEING CHARLIE. Throughout the years, she has developed a wide network of financing partners and entities and is extremely well-versed in the art of independent financing structures and methodologies. She is an Adjunct Professor in the MFA Film Program at Columbia University, a member of NYWIFT, and is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America.

Rodney Rigby


Broadway includes Diana, Come From Away (also Australia, Toronto, North American tour and London), Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, Children Of A Lesser God, Rocky, Catch Me If You Can and Lend Me A Tenor.

Australia: Come From Away, Jersey Boys 2009-13 and 2018-19, Blue Man Group, The Addams Family,  Rock of Ages, Boeing Boeing, Burt Bacharach and the Sydney Symphony, The Woman in Black, Jamie Oliver Live, Bryn Terfel – In Recital, Stuff Happens, Via Dolorosa (written and performed by David Hare. Awards: LPA Life Member, Olivier Award for Best Musical 2019 (Come From Away) six Helpmann Awards including Best Musical 2010 (Jersey Boys) and Best Play 2006 (Stuff Happens) and is a three time Tony Award nominee.