Myron Sulzberger Rolfe is president and founder of the Rolfe Company Inc., the theatrical design representation firm in New York City. He also serves as president of the Edward Sulzberger Foundation Inc.
A former four-term chairman of the board of directors at the Gay Men’s Health Crisis, Rolfe has been the recipient of the Judith Peabody Humanitarian Award and the Imperial Court of New York Community Hero Award. He was honored to have the Hazel Dukes/Mickey Rolfe annual Advocate Award co-named for him. Rolfe also serves as chair of the Theater Development Fund’s Library Committee and is an advisor to Visiting Nurse Service of New York’s LGBT Initiative.
Rolfe is a member of the Dramatists’ Guild and the American Theatre Wing at the Director level. Mickey, as he is less formally known, and his husband Bruce Tracy, a senior editor at Workman Publishing Company, were sponsors of the AIDS Memorial Park at the site of the former St. Vincent’s Hospital, and their charitable involvement extends to such organizations as the Central Park Conservancy, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, and the New York Public Library. They are members of the Tilden Society, FoodBank, the Fresh Air Fund, and other NYC-centric quality-of-life causes. They have been together since 1980 and have been married for 10 years. They reside in Manhattan and also have homes in Litchfield County, Connecticut, and Miami Beach, Florida.