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Marcello Rollando Gets the Scoop from NYC Publicist Jay Michaels

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With a specialty in communications and promotion, Jay has been a fixture in the independent theater and film movement since 1977 and was part of Lincoln Center's Tribute to Caffe Cino and the original off-off Broadway movement in 1985. Jay has worked as an actor and director of stage and film, garnering accolades for new plays and musicals and a wildly successful series of Shakespeare plays featuring unique production schemes. Jay began as a member of the production staff for Hard Times, 1984, and Romulus Linney's Holy Ghosts at the Joyce Theater's American Theater series, which won a 1986 Drama Desk Award. He also served on the production staff of events featuring Eliot Feld, Meredith Monk, Pilobolus, and the Nicholas Brothers. He served as a national tour manager for Les MisérablesCatsOliver, and Edwin Drood and production associate at PBS for the special series, Increase the Peace. As a stage and film producer, Jay has worked with much of Theatre Row. Jay's career as a promotional executive began on Broadway with Guys & Dolls (1992) continued with Damn Yankees (1994), The Vagina Monologues (2005) and with Beginnings (2017). Jay lectures around the tri-state area in theater, communications, public relations, and media culture. A noted genre film and television historian, Jay hosted programs including Terror Talk, In the PassionPitNocturnes, and The Fourth Folio. He can be found producing and hosting conventions including Phoenix FearCon and Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival. Jay is also a published writer, reviewer, and a voice over artist. www.jaymichaelsarts.com

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