Moving People

Selected Producing Experience

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Love in Lockdown (LIL) is a 4-episode reality show in which one eligible bachelor(ette) goes through 4 rounds of virtual dates, in front of a live virtual audience, in hopes to find a future partner. At the end of the series, the bachelor(ette) and final contestant decide if they want to continue their relationship...or call it quits. 

LIL was produced alongside El Centro Productions (formerly RDA Productions), aired for 2 audience-loved seasons, and has been booked for private events. 

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Currently in its second iteration, Twenty-By-Twenty Fringe (TBTF) is a program that was conceived in an effort to provide a platform for artistic directors, theatre practitioners, and theatre-goers across the country to watch bold, innovative, and intimate new works created by the most refreshing and current voices, artists in their 20s. 

 

TBTF values justice, equity, and resonance in theatre and strives to be a catalyst for young artists in celebrating their work, uplifting their voices, and providing low-risk opportunities for creativity and exploration.

The pilot program brought 172 young artists together to produce 20 new pieces of theatre. The second Fringe is currently in production. 

www.limearts.org/fringe-archives

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The Theatre Trivia Championship was a series of exciting jam-packed evening that brought theatre-lovers from across the country to test their knowledge on all things theatre. Some of audiences' favorite categories included: Broadway History, Old White Men, Tool Time For Techies, Next Lyric, Quill Masters, Where Are We? (Name Show Based Off Setting), Songs To Show (Name Show Based On Song Names), and dozens more! 

The series with Lime Arts Productions employed a fundraising model that raised over $4,000 for Black Non-Profits and Small Businesses. 

The game has also been contracted for smaller private events, where the categories/content is customizable, including high school drama clubs, International Thespians Festivals, and Kennedy Center American College Theatre Regional Festivals.