This year's guest speakers include producers, general managers, attorneys, EDIA consultants, marketing and advertising professionals, press agents, and more.
Ava Xiao-Lin Rigelhaupt (she/her/hers) is writer, actress, consultant, and advocate for disability/autism representation in the entertainment industry. Currently, she’s the ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) Creative Consultant on the new musical, “How to Dance in Ohio” — where she works with P3 Productions, co-founded by Sammy Lopez! The show is based off of the HBO documentary of the same name. It follows seven autistic young adults as they navigate relationships and coming of age. Previously, she co-wrote and consulted on episodes of a popular children's TV show. Two years ago, she finished a year-long internship with the Nickelodeon Live Action Casting team.Ava became immersed in the entertainment industry through consulting with studios such as Disney and Netflix on authentic onscreen portrayals of disability. Ava reviews scripts, discusses disability tropes, and writes casting calls. As a consultant and public speaker, Ava shares her lived experiences as a Chinese, Jewish, transracial, autistic adoptee with a single mom. Her senior year at Sarah Lawrence College (class of 2020), Ava was chosen to be a Ruderman Family Foundation Inclusion Ambassador. During that time, she brought her passion for accessibility in the arts, creating the college’s first sensory friendly performance of Head Over Heels. Additionally, she organized and moderated a panel of NYC professionals to discuss entertainment inclusion practices with students and faculty. (Sensory friendly performances are accessible to people with sensory sensitivities such as those with autism or PTSD).Ava is determined to educate and influence the entertainment industry, creating stories at the intersections of DEIA (diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility).
Ben Holtzman is a producer and content creator passionate about lifting up new artists and telling thoughtful stories that make us think. Currently, he is producing GUN & POWDER, which had its world premiere at the Signature Theatre in 2020. He recently co-produced BE MORE CHILL on and off Broadway. Current projects in development include HOW TO DANCE IN OHIO, MIDSUMMER, and BRADICAL. Ben worked closely with Hal Prince from 2016 until his passing, whereupon Ben produced his memorial celebration at the Majestic Theatre on Broadway directed by Susan Stroman. Ben is the founder and executive producer of RANGE music: a New York City music collective. With RANGE, Ben has arranged and produced music videos and content with Nickelodeon, Sesame Street, Billboard, the E! Network, and more. Ben is the recipient of the 2019-2020 Prince Fellowship for Creative Producing in association with Columbia University School of the Arts. He is a proud graduate of both Professional Performing Arts School and the Syracuse University School of Drama. For more, visit www.hlp.nyc.
Cynthia J. Tong (she/her) is an Asian-American creative producer working primarily in theatre. Currently, she is Associate Producer at Tom Kirdahy Productions (New York, New York; The Piano Lesson; The Inheritance [Tony Award, Best Play]; Little Shop of Horrors [Drama Desk Award]) and a co-founding member of The Industry Standard Group, an organization innovating Broadway by creating new pathways to investment and producing. Co-producing credits include The Piano Lesson and the Hadestown National Tour. Highlights from other past producing projects include 600 Highwaymen’s A THOUSAND WAYS (Drama League-nom.), LORDES at the New Ohio Theatre, and the NYCLU’s Sing Out for Freedom Concert (2020, 2021). She was a member of the Broadway League’s Rising Stars class of 2022 and Fellow of WP Theater’s 2020-2022 Lab. Cynthia is a proud alum of Wesleyan University (B.A., Sociology). She is based in NYC, and is originally from Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. www.cynthiajtong.com
Dale is a veteran non-profit fundraising executive and entrepreneur whose career has included leadership roles with the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, CARE, The Phillips Collection, Arena Stage, Halcyon, and Penumbra Theatre Company.
Dale founded EDGEWOOD as a fundraising consultancy but quickly shifted to focus more on his passion—theatrical and multimedia production. His first co-produceorial adventure was the critically acclaimed Broadway production of THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT, which starred Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones, and Bobby Canavale.
EDGEWOOD’s growing stable of theatrical works includes Nolan Williams, Jr.’s new musical, GRACE, which is set to enjoy its WORLD PREMIERE at Ford’s Theatre, March 2022; Michael R. Jackson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway-bound musical, A STRANGE LOOP; and more to come.
Considered a masterful fundraiser, Dale has served as fundraising consultant to numerous organizations including the Theatre Development Fund (TDF), Santa Fe Art Institute, PostClassical Ensemble, the National Association of Veterans Research and Education Foundations (NAVREF), ARMR Systems, and ArtsEmerson.
Dale completed graduate work as a Patricia Roberts Harris Fellow at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs and holds a Bachelor of Arts with high honors in Sociology from Millsaps College. A native Louisianan and avid art collector, Dale serves on the board of directors for Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC, and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans. He is an associate member of The Broadway League.
Doug Nevin and Nevin Law Group have been go-to producers’ and production counsel for nearly a decade. Broadway production counsel credits include Life of Pi (upcoming); Kimberly Akimbo; Topdog/Underdog; The Piano Lesson; POTUS; Is This a Room/Dana H.; Thoughts of a Colored Man; Pass Over; Slave Play; the Old Vic A Christmas Carol; Slava’s Snowshow; and What the Constitution Means to Me. Off-Broadway production counsel credits include Candace Bushnell’s Is There Still Sex in the City?; A Sherlock Carol; and the pie shop Sweeney Todd. Nevin Law Group attorneys are repeatedly named New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars and lecture frequently on entertainment law.
Dr. Ron Simons is a four-time Tony Award-winning producer, the most awarded African American producer of all time. As a four-time (and three-time Grand Jury nominee) Sundance Film Festival selected producer and actor of stage, film and television, Dr. Simons is the leading Broadway producer working today bringing diversity of Black, LGBTQIA, senior, and other minority groups’ stories to the stage, with his work being screened at prestigious festivals all over the world, including Sundance, New Directors/New Films, the MoMA (Museum of Modern Arts) and many others. Dr. Simons’ works to bring in people of color, members of the LGBTQIA community, and other minority groups to tell diverse stories of history, culture, and experience. For over 20 years he has worked to reshape what stories are told on Broadway, while he works to open doors for more minority groups to work as producers.
As CEO/President of SimonSays Entertainment, he leads the strategic planning and development of theatre and film projects including the critically acclaimed films Night Catches Us, Gun Hill Road, Blue Caprice and Mother of George (all of which premiered at Sundance). His first documentary 25 to Life premiered at the American Black Film Festival where it won Best Documentary.
He also produced the Broadway productions of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Tony Award for Best Musical), Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations (12 Tony nominations including Best Musical), Jitney (Produced with John Legend, won the Tony for Best Play Revival), for colored girls who considered suicide when the rainbow was not enuf (7 Tony nominations) , Thoughts of a Colored Man (2022, awarded Outstanding Broadway Production at GLAAD Media Awards), Porgy & Bess (Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical), Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Tony Award for Best Play, Drama Desk, New Drama Critics and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Play, Drama League Award for Outstanding Production of a Broadway or Off- Broadway Play), and A Streetcar Named Desire (AEA’s Extraordinary Excellence in Diversity on Broadway Award).
Off-Broadway projects include Bedlam’s St. Joan and Bedlam’s Hamlet Awards (Off Broadway Alliance Award – Best Revival (for Saint Joan) and the Chicago production of 5 Lesbians Eating Quiche which received the FringeNYC Outstanding Production Award.
Dr. Simons is a highly sought worldwide speaker, advisor and expert in keynotes and workshops educating filmmakers and artists on achieving success in the entertainment industry. Dr. Simons teaches artists what funders and producers seek at such prestigious organizations as Columbia University School of the Arts, Tribeca All-Access, Independent Film Project (IFP), Sundance Film Lab and the Black TV & Film Collective - igniting thought-provoking exploration into the essence of 'the why' and 'the how' when pitching successful projects.
As an actor, he has appeared on stage, in film and television. He and fellow cast members won the London Stage Award for Acting Excellence for the play, Boy Steals Train which he co-developed. He has performed in numerous regional theaters including Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Utah Shakespeare Festival and the Classical Theatre of Harlem. Film and television credits include Blue Caprice, Night Catches Us, 27 Dresses, Mystery Team, Law & Order, Law & Order SVU, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, a recurring role in Marvel’s crossover hit The Defenders, As the World Turns, Marvel’s Daredevil, Succession, The Resident, After the Wedding opposite Michelle Williams and Julianne Moore, and The Ticket, opposite of Dan Stevens and Malin Ackerman. Executive producing credits include The Seagull starring Saoirse Ronan and Annette Bening, 25 To Life, Mother of George starring Danai Gurira, Blue Caprice, Live Cargo starring LaKeith Stanfield, King Cobra starring Molly Ringwald & Christian Slater, Tu me mangues, Multiverse, and Viva Verdi. He also has producing credits on Easter Mysteries and Night Catches Us starring Anthony Mackie & Kerry Washington. Dr. Simons is a member of The Broadway League and the Screen Actors Guild. He also holds a membership with the elite Producers Guild of America (PGA), a non-profit trade group that represents, protects, and promotes the interests of all members of the producing team in film, television and new media.
Ron is also involved in many philanthropic efforts. Organizations in which he currently holds a position on the board are NewFest and Columbia School of the Arts. Former board memberships: the Hetrick-Martin Institute, Harlem Stage, University of Washington Foundation Board. UW School of Drama Advisory Board, Technology Access Foundation, Eastside Domestic Violence, Classical Theater of Harlem, Columbia College Alumni Board, Columbia College Board of Visitors, and the Eagle Academy Foundation. He has also founded the William Hill Foundation, named after his grandfather, to pursue support in education, civil rights, human rights and environmentalism initiatives and organizations.
Dr. Simons corporate experience includes positions as a Software Engineer at companies such as Hewlett-Packard and IBM and as a Marketing Manager at the Microsoft Corporation. He is a recipient of the Heritage Award from Columbia College’s Black Alumni Council, 150 Distinguished Alumni Award from University of Washington, and is a Johnson & Johnson Leadership Award Fellow, IFP Cannes’ Producer’s Network Fellow and a Sundance Producers’ Summit Fellow. He holds a BA from Columbia College, an MBA from Columbia Business School, an MFA from the University of Washington’s Professional Actor Training Program and he also just received an honorary Doctorate of the Arts from the University of Washington.
Erica Rotstein is a theatre producer, talent manager, and educator. Her work is driven by a passion for music, and a desire to nurture creative collaborations built on transparency and mutual respect. Erica is a co-founder of The Business of Broadway, offering classes designed to democratize knowledge and examine the theatrical business model. Select producing projects include: Hundred Days by The Bengsons and Sarah Gancher, directed by Anne Kauffman (Lortel & Drama League noms for Outstanding Musical, hundreddays.org); Sovereignty Hymns, a musical series about reproductive liberty created by The Bengsons; We Aren’t Kids Anymore, a song cycle by Drew Gasparini; Water for Elephants by Rick Elice and PigPen Theatre Co. (in development); and I Love that Senator for You, a digital series to humanize the ballot for young people (@ilovethatsenatorforyou). Management clients include The Bengsons, Diana Oh, Drew Gasparini, Nicole Johnson and Crista Marie Jackson. Erica is an Adjunct Professor at Berklee College of Music and Barnard College, Board Chair of Colt Coeur Theatre Company (coltcoeur.org) and holds an MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business. www.ericarotstein.com
Heather is an award-winning producer and general manager. She received her undergraduate degrees at the University of Richmond and later graduated from Columbia University with her Masters in Arts Administration. She made her Broadway producing debut in 2017 with the Tony Award-winning Bandstand and was most recently a lead producer on the A Christmas Carol (5 Tony Awards). She was also a producer on the Off-Broadway hit Puffs! (Or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic). Heather serves a producer and General Manager of the long-running, downtown sensation BATSU! NYC and opened BATSU! Chicago to critical acclaim in 2016. She is the co-founder of The Business of Broadway and frequently guest lecturers at universities.
lene is the “R” in RPM, a NYC based Live Entertainment advertising agency. Clients include the Broadway shows Hamilton, Chicago, Moulin Rouge, Once Upon A One More Time, Bad Cinderella, Sweeney Todd, plus the Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes and Big Apple Circus . Prior to founding RPM, she was the President of SpotCo, another advertising agency in the Live Entertainment space where she spent a decade leading advertising strategy for major brands and institutions like Cirque du Soleil, Madison Square Garden Entertainment, and Lincoln Center Theater, in addition to many Broadway shows. In her 20 year career in live arts, Ilene has also worked in the non profit space as the Marketing Director for The Public Theater/Shakespeare in Central Park and as an interim Marketing Director for American Ballet Theatre.
Jill A. Anderson has served as managing director of Syracuse Stage since 2016. Jill is responsible for Stage’s $8 million operating budget and has oversight of fundraising, marketing, and operational matters within the organization. Prior to joining Stage, Jill spent a decade as general manager at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford, CT. During her tenure, the O’Neill completed a $7 million capital campaign and campus expansion, doubled its operating budget, and was honored with the National Medal of Arts and a Regional Theatre Tony Award. Under the O’Neill’s aegis, Jill also developed the Baltic Playwrights Conference, an annual international new play development retreat held in Hiiumaa, Estonia. Previously, Jill spent five years in the production office at Washington, D.C.’s Arena Stage, after working as a stage manager in Minnesota, New Mexico, and Massachusetts. In addition to her work at Stage, Jill is an instructor in the theater management program of the Syracuse University Department of Drama, building on her work with high school and college students elsewhere, including at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. Jill has been recognized as part of the Central NY Business Journal’s “40 Under Forty” and serves on numerous municipal and non-profit boards. Jill is delighted to call Central New York home, but will always be a proud cheesehead, originally hailing from Marshfield, Wisconsin.
Ken Davenport(Producer) is a Tony Award-winning Broadway producer and writer whose credits include A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical, Once On ThisIsland (Tony Award), Gettin’ the Band Back Together, The Play that Goes Wrong, Groundhog Day (Tony nomination), Deaf West Theatre’s Spring Awakening (Tony nomination), It’s Only a Play, Macbeth starring Alan Cumming, Godspell, Kinky Boots(Tony Award), and more, including multiple Off-Broadway productions such as Altar Boyz, The Awesome 80s Prom and more. Ken’s shows have been produced internationally in over 25 countries around the world. He is the founder of TheaterMakersStudio.com, a one-of-a-kind "masterclass" community that provides training and inspiration from Broadway's best to writers, directors, producers and more. Ken created the best-selling board game, Be A Broadway Star, one of the highest-ranking Broadway gifts on Amazon.com. Ken was also the Executive Producer for North America for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group and is the Theatrical Consultant for Primary Wave, a music management and publishing company. Ken’s unique production and marketing style has garnered him international attention in numerous publications, including Vanity Fair and The New York Times. Upcoming projects include The Griswolds’ Broadway Vacation, JOY the Musical, Harmony: A New Musical written by Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman, The Ten and a musical based on the life of Harry Belafonte. For more information, visit www.KenDavenport.com.
Leslie Papa is President of Vivacity Media Group and has represented over sixty productions in her career as a theatrical publicist. Her work heading PR campaigns for Broadway, Off-Broadway, and National Tour productions includes the Tony-nominated musicals Jagged Little Pill, Rock of Ages, On Your Feet!, Bring It On, American Idiot, Legally Blonde, and Evita, as well as Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man & the Pool, POTUS, Chicken & Biscuits, Little Shop of Horrors, Titanique, WP Theater’s Seasons & Pipeline Festival, The 24 Hours Plays, The Drama League and their annual Drama League Awards, Rock of Ages’ 10th Anniversary Production, Melissa Etheridge My Window, Big Apple Circus, The Outer Critics Circle, and the upcoming productions of Once Upon A One More Time, Soul Train, and How to Dance in Ohio. Select additional theater credits include Slava’s Snowshow, In & Of Itself, Accidentally Brave, Broadway Bounty Hunter, Cruel Intentions, Heathers: The Musical, White Rabbit Red Rabbit, Ironbound, Disenchanted!, Catch Me If You Can, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, Wintuk by Cirque Du Soleil, 13, Cyrano de Bergerac starring Kevin Kline & Jennifer Garner, Company, Movin’ Out, Grease, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays and Sweeney Todd starring Patti LuPone & Michael Cerveris. Outside the scope of theatre PR, Leslie has managed campaigns for television shows & specials, notable performers, philanthropic enterprises, and production companies. TV credits include the NBC television series “SMASH,” MTV’s Legally Blonde special and reality show “The Search for Elle Woods,” and the NBC reality series “Grease: You’re the One That I Want.” A graduate of Columbia University, Leslie began her career in theater at Carol Fineman Publicity, representing Off-Broadway productions including the multi-award winning production of The Exonerated, Modern Orthodox, and Hank Williams: Lost Highway.
Matt Ross (Producer) is a theatrical producer and publicist based in New York. His Broadway producing credits include Pass Over, Is This A Room/Dana H, and the Tony-nominated Broadway engagement of Heidi Schreck’s What the Constitution Means to Me, its national tour, and live capture film for Amazon. Other producing credits include the Tony Award-nominated productions of Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 and On The Town. www.stairwellprods.com
Nicole Javanna Johnson is Founder & Creative Director of the Harriet Tubman Effect Institute www.harriettubmaneffect.com, a human resource center and institute of research and strategy for justice advocacy. The institute seeks to usher in a new era of empathy by producing empathy driven artistry, participatory action research and human resource initiatives. Nicole is also Founder of Javanna Productions M.O.V.E. www.proudtobeamover.com a non-profit arts and education company that provides community members with the resources and platforms necessary to address social issues creatively. A member of SAG-AFTRA and a leader in the educational theater community, Nicole is currently pursuing her PhD at New York University (NYU) in the Music and Performing Arts Department of the School of Culture, Education and Human Development. Nicole has served as a Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on Into the Woods, Sweeney Todd, PASSOVER, Freestyle Love Supreme, Strange Loop, Dana H, Is This a Room and A Christmas Carol. Nicole also works with arts departments at Columbia, NYU, Augsburg University and New York City Department of Education schools.
Osh Ashruf is a Tony Award-winning artist and producer for the stage and screen. Recently a Harold Prince Fellow in creative producing at Columbia University. Projects: co-producer, A Strange Loop, Merrily We Roll Along, and Sing Street; actor, The Vagrant Trilogy (The Public); actor and producer, My Friend Will (TribecaFilm); co-creator, Drama League Award-nominated American Dreams (Working Theater); director, George Abud’s The Ruins. In 2012, he founded the nonprofit Broadway For All, now a recipient of a 2022 Tony Award Honor for Excellence in the American Theater. Education/Training: Loyola Chicago and Harvard University (Presidential Fellow). Teach For America and TEDxBroadway alum. Board Member, Artspace. oshashruf.com / broadwayforall.org
RACHEL SUSSMAN is a Tony Award-nominated creative producer, educator, and entrepreneur committed to cultivating collaborative theatrical work built on trust and transparency. She is a co-founder of The MITTEN Lab, an emerging artist residency program in her native state of Michigan. She is also a co-founder of The Business of Broadway, an educational venture with the aim of democratizing commercial producing knowledge in an effort to develop more transparency between artists and producers. In addition to working independently as a producer, Rachel is the Vice President of Plate Spinner Productions. A former WP Theater Lab Time Warner Foundation Fellow, Rachel was the recipient of the 2018-2019 Prince Fellowship in Creative Producing in conjunction with Columbia University. She is a graduate of the Commercial Theater Institute and a University Honors Scholar alumna of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University's School of the Arts, NYU Tisch, and BerkleeNYC. www.rachel-sussman.com
Rashad V. Chambers is a Tony Award winning producer, talent manager and lawyer. His Broadway producing credits include AMERICAN SON, AIN’T TOO PROUD – THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE TEMPTATIONS, BETRAYAL, THE INHERITANCE, CAROLINE, OR CHANGE and THE MUSIC MAN. Rashad also produced the world premiere of IT HAPPENED IN KEY WEST in London. His first feature film, True to the Heart, won four awards at the Long Island International Film Expo and was an official selection at the Big Apple Film Festival. In addition, his short film, Hunger, was an official selection at the Urban World Film Festival and Latino Film Market Festival. Rashad attended Morehouse College where he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration. He also earned his JD and MBA degrees from Ohio State University. Rashad is a co-founder of The Industry Standard Group as well as a board member of On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program and Houses on the Moon Theater Company. www.esquireentertainment.com
Sam (he/him) works as the senior General Manager for ShowTown Theatricals managing a variety of shows and events including Into the Woods (2022 Broadway Revival), A Christmas Carol (LA National Tour), A Christmas Carol (SF Sit Down), 2022 Jimmy Awards, Curtain Up! 2021, Anne of Green Gables, How to Dance in Ohio, Syncing Ink, Bruce: The Musical, Room, Curtain Up! 2022. He also serves as a consulting General Manager to Playbill. Sam holds a degree of Bachelor of Business Administration from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Prior to ShowTown, Sam worked at ICM Partners overseeing negotiations, client relations and contract management for its theatrical clients, the joined Fifth Estate Entertainment where he served as the Assistant General Manager for A Christmas Carol (2019 Broadway) among other projects.
Toni R. Isreal is no stranger to arts and entertainment and having spent her childhood years attending live performances with her mother, the former Accounting Specialist, sought and secured key apprenticeship opportunities to thrive from her greatest interests: film, television, and theater. Now, with decades of experience in audience development and brand management, Toni is admired for her expertise in multi-cultural marketing, strategic implementation, and her signature ability inspire, develop, and innovate creative thinking.
Isreal is the CEO and Founder of REALEMN Productions, Broadway’s leading multicultural marketing and PR agency team and premiere diversity consultant. In addition to being a proud member of New York Women in Film & Television, Isreal is a co-founder of The Industry Standard Group (TISG), a Broadway League Fellow, an awardee of the Central New Jersey Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women for Excellence in Economic Empowerment, and a highly sought-after guest presenter for conversations around arts and entertainment. Toni led multicultural outreach for Pass Over, the first show to reopen Broadway post the Covid shutdown and successfully developed and implemented an ‘Essential Workers Campaign,’ an initiative for Broadway shows to give thanks to our country’s essential workers. The ‘Essential Workers Campaign’ has been activated at 6 leading Broadway shows and counting. REALEMN’s current roster of client is inclusive of 2022 Tony Award Winning MJ The Musical and 2019 8 Time Tony Award Winning HADESTOWN, just naming a few. Additionally, REALEMN champions community engagement and communication strategy for multiple regional theatres along the east coast and California’s The Ole Globe.
Isreal is now launching REALEMN ENTERPRISES, aligning REALEMN Productions’ partnerships across theatre, television, film, and music. A few of the leading projects already on the slate include Award-winning Director Phill Branch’s documentary and homage to the iconic Hampton University, A Mixtape Comedy Show hosted by the renown Royale Watkins, co-production credit with The Secret Garden Musical, and amazing music components that are soon to be announced.
Previously Isreal was a consultant with New York’s World-Famous Apollo Theater, where she had secured over a million dollars in sales and was the Managing Director of Walker International Communications Group (WICG). A proud member of CTI – Commercial Theater Institute, Isreal was instrumental in projects including but not limited to, 2018 Tony Award Winning Once On This Island, Disney’s Aladdin and The Lion King, HUGHIE starring Forrest Whittaker, A Raisin in the Sun starring Denzel Washington, A Trip To Bountiful starring the late Cicely Tyson.
Toni Isreal advocates promoting the arts and entertainment to multicultural communities and delivering engaging experiences that encourage audiences to secure their seats and tune in.
To contact Toni R. Isreal please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609-532-3930. For additional engagement, follow @realemnproductions.