Kenny Alhadeff is chairman of Elttaes Enterprises, owner of the Majestic Bay Theatres, and is a partner/producer of Junkyard Dog Productions, a theatrical producing organization dedicated to the development and production of new musical theatre.
Projects include MEMPHIS the Musical – 2010 winner of four TONY Awards including Best Musical. Kenny and his wife, Marleen, are the Producing Partners of The 5th Avenue Theatre and have been directly involved in producing more than 25 pieces of theatre.
Kenny is part of a historic seven-generation Seattle family which owned and operated Longacres Race Course. He is a graduate of Washington State University.
Kenny has served more than 15 civic, business and philanthropic board and currently serves as board president of Northwest School for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children, and board member of The 5th Avenue Theatre (chairman 2005-2007).
Kenny and his wife, Marleen, established the Alhadeff Family Charitable Foundation in 1997. His passions for the Arts, for the importance of philanthropy, for the promotion of social justice and issues of addiction have brought him national acclaim as a public speaker. He has three children, a daughter- and son-in-law and two grandchildren.