So you want to work on Broadway?
On Monday, April 30th, at 6:30 PM at SVA Theatre, find out from Broadway’s leading producers what it takes to launch a show, get it noticed and reviewed and what it takes to have a successful run.
Hear from the Tom Hulce, Tony-winning producer of Spring Awakening and American Idiot; Rick Miramontez who has represented many of Broadway's Tony Award-winning hits, including Dear Evan Hansen; Hello, Dolly!; Fun Home; and Kinky Boots; and Susan Vargo, who developed SpongeBob for Broadway and oversaw global live touring for Nickelodeon.
On Location: Live with kelly and ryan
Attend a taping of LIVE with Kelly and Ryan on Thursday, April 26, and enjoy the charismatic duo’s entertaining banter, up close and personal. After the show you’d get the chance to meet the show’s producer to learn how it all comes together, five days a week. Students only.
Vice's headquarters includes a TV production studio, a magazine, a record label, an in-house agency plus consumer insights and research services department, and a book publishing unit. On Wednesday, April 25, join us as we take a look inside VICE's state-of-the art facilities. Students only. RSVP
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in a creative role as a video content producer? Lucie Fink, Video Producer and Lifestyle Host at Refinery29 says that her daily role is never the same. One day she could be filming at different locations throughout NYC; other days she’s at her desk plugging away at emails trying to plan upcoming shoots or working with the development team to pitch or create new content. In short, her day is always different and constantly changing. Watch more videos
Join the Jun Group this Thursday, April 26, for their first Changing the Conversation event of 2018, where they’ll tackle the question: What does it really mean to “hire the best candidate for the job?” and discuss how to build a power-house organization with intentional diversity recruiting.
Cencom students get 50% off with the code: centerforcommunication18.
Flody Suarez, Executive Producer of Rise, says that the creative industry is a business of failure and rejection and that the only way to get your content out there is to keep trying. Every year a network will buy 100 scripts and make 12 pilots. 88 scripts just go into drawers. You’ve got to keep trying and continue to believe in yourself. Outside of that, create content. Make something. Shoot your script. Having product is key! Watch more videos