Is theater a welcoming environment for women producers? Has that changed over the years? Do women producers offer a different aesthetic from their male counterparts? Studies indicate that women tend to be more collaborative, intuitive, and empathetic in their management style. Though perhaps a generalization, do women producers display a different management style? There is controversy about the disproportionate number of works by men produced both historically and in the present. Might more women producers mean more works by women and more stories that center on women? Is commercial theater or not-for-profit more welcoming for women? And given all these questions, what might theater look like with more women producers taking the lead?