Marc Thibodeau has had the privelege and honor of representing three of the most successful Broadway productions of all-time -- The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables and Miss Saigon -- for legendary producer Cameron Mackintosh. Since his first Broadway show, the musical Baby, he has handled publicity for dozens of Broadway and Off-Broadway shows and several theater companies. He has also proudly represented Cirque du Soleil in New York since 1994, having worked on 17 productions for the company, including the national launches of O and The Beatles Love, as well as the current Zarkana. He lives in Jersey City.
Originally from the suburbs of Boston, Michael Borowski began working with The Shubert Organization in 1992 and joined The Publicity Office in 1997. During that time he’s become the poster child for working on long-running shows with Cats, Les Miz, Miss Saigon and The Phantom of the Opera, including the record-breakings for Cats and Phantom. On the other end of the spectrum: the musical bomb Ain’t Broadway Grand. Some favorites: Steve Martin’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Kathleen Turner in Indiscretions, Natalie Portman in The Diary of Anne Frank (realizing his dream of working at Boston’s Colonial Theatre), Wicked, James Earl Jones in On Golden Pond and Alan Rickman in Seminar. Michael is now in his 13th season representing Playwrights Horizons, where faves have included Grey Gardens, Lobby Hero, James Joyce’s The Dead, Circle Mirror Transformation and Clybourne Park. He’s also a DJ, spinning in NYC, Fire Island and Provincetown. The first Broadway show he ever saw was Madonna in Speed-the-Plow and his all-time favorite musicals are Dreamgirls, Follies and 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
From a very young age -- when The Muppets were taking Manhattan and Ann Reinking was dancing her way through Daddy Warbucks' mansion in Annie -- Jeremy Shaffer knew that Broadway was his calling. Since moving to New York from the rural farmlands of western Pennsylvania in 1999, he has represented countless shows both on and off-Broadway, including favorites such as Chicago, Fosse, Godspell, Whoopi: The 20th Anniversary Show, The Producers, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Die Mommie Die!, Striking 12, Bea Arthur on Broadway, Here Lies Jenny, Noises Off, The Last Five Years, Bells Are Ringing and Little Shop of Horrors. He also works steadily as a live performance photographer for Broadway, Off-Broadway, touring productions and concerts. His photos have appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, People Magazine, USA Today, The Wall St. Journal and many more.