In preparation for our Arts Professionals Panel (in partnership with the Tisch Office of Career Development), taking place on Wednesday, October 2 from 6 to 7:30pm at The Wasserman Center, get to know three of our featured panelists below!
Jennifer Tepper is a Musical Theatre Historian and Producer. She is currently the Director of Programming for 54 Below, Broadway’s #1 concert venue. She was recently the Director of Marketing & Communications for Davenport Theatrical, with Broadway credits including Macbeth, The Performers, and Godspell. Tepper has also worked on shows including [title of show] on Broadway, the world premiere of the musical Bloodsong of Love at Ars Nova, Tony Kushner’s iHo, and Things To Ruin. She is the co-creator and writer of the Bistro Award- winning concert series, If It Only Even Runs A Minute which celebrates underappreciated musicals. In addition, Tepper is Managing Editor of The Best Plays Theater Yearbook. Her first book, The Untold Stories of Broadway, featuring stories about each Broadway theater as told by over 200 theatre professionals, will be released by Dress Circle Publishing in fall of 2013.
Evelina Iaconis graduated from NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development in May 2013. She received a Bachelor of Science in Media, Culture and Communication with fields of study in “Images and Screen Studies” and “Technology and Society.” While in school, she interned at several companies such as Bonnier Corporation, Abrams Books, Disney-ABC Television Group, and Viacom. After graduation, she was offered a job at VH1’s Production Management department. She is currently a Production Assistant working on VH1’s in-house shows such as “40 Greatest Viral Videos”, “40 Funniest Fails” and “Best Week Ever”. Her dream is to one day become a television/film producer.
Rachel Marder graduated from Tisch in 2008. While in school she interned at a handful of artist management companies while also working other part time paid jobs in offices and an off-Broadway theater. Since graduation she has worked at Def Mix, a house music management company as well as Sony/ATV Music Publishing, licensing music for commercial use. She currently works in Business Development at Scratch Music Group, a company that focuses on the growing demand for DJs in unique and creative spaces.
RSVP for the Arts Professionals Panel TODAY! (in partnership with the Tisch Office of Career Development), taking place on Wednesday, October 2 from 6 to 7:30pm at The Wasserman Center, get to know three of our featured panelists below!
Wednesday, October 2
6 to 7:30pm
The Wasserman Center, Presentation Room A