O&M ETC. is the creative division of Rick Miramontez’s Broadway public relations powerhouse DKC/O&M, that produces a varying assortment of activities, including plays, musicals, concerts, special performances and programming; and provides design services and creative consultation for clients across the theatrical spectrum. O&M ETC. collaborates with artists, creatives, and show business professionals to create compelling storytelling in a variety of mediums.
To work with us, or for more information, contact Matthew Troillett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
O&M ETC. provides design services for clients, including creating custom invitations and signage for press events, opening nights, and more.
Opening Night Red Carpets
O&M ETC. regularly producing opening night red carpets and press rooms for its theatrical PR clients, including the recent openings of Betrayal, Sea Wall / A Life, Oklahoma! and others.
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O&M ETC. works with a handful of partner photographers to capture first-class, iconic, production images for clients; as well as in-house opening and event night coverage.
O&M ETC. executed a pre-production photo shoot to capture the show’s Diana, Jeanna De Waal, in the famed Royal Suite at the Carlyle Hotel (where Princess Diana often stayed while in New York City).
Diana premiered at the La Jolla Playhouse in the Spring of 2019 and will make it’s Broadway bow March 2, 2020.
Playhouse Artistic Director Christopher Ashley and the writers behind the Tony Award®-winning musical Memphis create this highly-anticipated musical, featuring an epic and sweeping contemporary.
The Fabulous Invalid
The Fabulous Invalid is a Broadway-centric podcast hosted by theater stalwart Jamie Du Mont, writer and critic Rob Russo, and Tony Award nominee Jennifer Simard. Now in its second season, on a weekly basis the group takes a 360-degree view of the business of Broadway through interviews with actors, writers, directors, designers, and everyone in between. Pull up a chair and join them as they gossip a bit, banter about the latest news, and get up-close with the most prominent players currently working in the theater. The podcast takes its name from the title of a 1938 backstage play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart that has since become a loving nickname for Broadway itself—always deemed on the verge of decline, yet always bouncing back: the fabulous invalid!
Officially launched on September 19, 2018, The Fabulous Invalid’s first full season consisted of 40 full episodes with a finale featuring an exclusive Broadway interview with former First Lady, Senator, Secretary of State, presidential candidate, and Broadway’s biggest fan Hillary Rodham Clinton.
All episodes are available on iTunes and Spotify, and everywhere one downloads podcasts.
O&M ETC. produced a special photo shoot with Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, and director John Benjamin Hickey, to coincide with the announcement of the show.
Plaza Suite will play a strictly limited 17-week Broadway engagement at Hudson Theatre (141 West 44th Street), with previews beginning March 13, 2020 and an official opening night set for April 13, 2020.
Together as a team, brothers, songwriters, and collaborators Daniel and Patrick Lazour have written seven musicals and several hundred songs.
Ahead of the premiere of their new musical, We Live in Cairo at the American Repertory Theater in May 2019, the brothers took the stage at the legendary Cornelia Street Café to present “Lazour Light Show,” an evening of songs and stories, featuring excerpts from their shows, stand-alone pieces, and new works in development.
Upcoming shows will be announced.
Theatre Aspen’s inaugural one-person show festival, Solo Flights, takes off in Aspen, CO this September.
Solo Flights is an annual week-long developmental festival of one-person shows presented in the beginning stages of their lives. In addition to the performances, Solo Flights features signature events including talkbacks, creative discussions, and special receptions.
The inaugural Solo Flights Festival was held September 18 – 21, 2019 at Theatre Aspen’s Hurst Theatre. Shows for the 2019 Festival included Coach: An Evening with John Wooden by John Wilder, starring Beau Bridges and directed by Joe Calarco; Dr. Glas by Jeffrey Hatcher, starring Daniel Gerroll, and directed by Lisa Peterson; What We Leave Behind, a new one-woman musical by Jenny Giering and Sean Barry, starring Kate Baldwin, directed by Tracy Brigden, with musical direction by Lynne Shankel; and When It’s You by Courtney Baron, starring Joy Nash, and directed by Kent Nicholson.
The second annual Solo Flights Festival will soar into Aspen September 16 – 20, 2020.