Duncan Webb


Duncan M. Webb, President of Webb Management Services, Inc., has been a management consultant in and for the cultural sector 32 years. The firm has completed over 450 assignments throughout North America and in six other countries, delivering feasibility studies, business plans and strategic planning to governments, arts organizations, developers and educators. Recent clients include the City of Bozeman, The Zeiterion Theater, Florida Gulf Coast University, the City of Arlington TX, George Mason University and the Center for Percussive Arts.

Mr. Webb was born, raised and educated in Canada, where he received degrees in economics and business administration. He began his career as a banker, engaged in commercial, real estate and international lending. He then spent six years as a producer of commercial, industrial & experimental theatre before starting his consulting career in 1988. Webb is on the faculty of Baruch College’s graduate program in arts administration. He is also the author of Running Theaters: Best Practices for Managers and Leaders, the second edition of which was just published by Allworth Press. He is currently on the board of INTAR Theatre in New York City and the Colorado New Play Festival.