January 13, 2024


An incredible opportunity for Tech and Design Students to learn from Broadway’s top-tier designers and stage managers.

Saturday January 13, 2024

10:00 am – 4:45 pm

Pearl Broadway Rehearsal Studios
500 8th Avenue
(between 35th and 36th Streets)

Tuition: $99

Alison Savino

Alison is a Stage Manager and Artistic Collaborator working in the theater and entertainment industry professionally for the last 10+ years. Serving recently as a Stage Management Advisor at The University of Connecticut and Assistant General Manager, supervising and recruiting Stage Managers at The Argyle Theatre on Long Island. Alison holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre/Speech with concentrations in Design, Technology and Management from Wagner College as well as a Master of Fine Arts in Stage Management from Columbia University. Alison’s career has taken her to many venues throughout NYC and Regionally for productions on Broadway, Off-Broadway and to other various live and digital events.

Jenny Montgomery

During her 2 1/2 decades in NY Jenny Montgomery has done everything from working at a sound shop to mixing Broadway shows. She has a unique perspective having worked as an A2 on Broadway, theatrical tours, commercial industrials and television. Highlights include, the Tony Awards, the Metropolitan Opera, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, and numerous television broadcast events. She has served as the Lead “Broadway” A2 on all of the NBC LIVE Musicals on the East Coast: The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, The Wiz and Jesus Christ Superstar.

Jennie Marino

Jennie has created hundreds of prop pieces for more than 50 Broadway shows, she has been nominated for the Henry Hewes Design Award in Noteworthy and Unusual Effects by the American Theatre Wing, and has lent her handcraft to local & regional theatres across the country.

Daniel Brodie

Daniel Brodie graduated with a degree in theatre and media design from the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. Brodie’s Broadway credits include Motown:The Musical and Disney’s Aladdin. He also designed the projections for Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella and The Winter’s Tale and has worked regularly with puppeteer Basil Twist. He has also created large-scale video designs for Kanye West, Mariah Carey, and for the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. He has also worked as a guest lecturer at Yale University and New York University. Brodie’s awards include the United States Institute of Theatre Technology’s Rising Star Award (2011).

Questions? Contact Pam Pariseau by email or phone at (917) 673-6082

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