KEVIN BAILEY (PRODUCER)
Kevin Bailey / MB Artists / The NoHo Arts Center (Producer & General Manager): Kevin is a Los Angeles based producer and general manager with his company MB Artists, founded with partner James J. Mellon.
In 2013 he served as the above title Executive Producer for the Broadway play Ann, starring Holland Taylor, which he spearheaded from the play’s inception. Ann played at Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont Theater and garnered a Tony Nomination for Ms. Taylor as “Best Actress.”
MB Artists produced and represented Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard and their four highly successful plays in the Greater Tuna cycle, and continues to represent and produce the new works of Mr. Williams. The world premiere of Mr. Williams’ fourth solo play will premiere this summer in 2014. In 2012, Mr. Bailey and MB Artists General Managed and locally produced the highly successful and critically acclaimed production of The Gronholm Method, that was presented at The Falcon Theater, in Los Angeles.
Prior to that, MB Artists produced the world premiere of I Heard That, at The Grand 1894 Opera House in Galveston, Texas. Since 1992, MB Artists has been developing and producing theatrical, film, television and industrial productions worldwide. In their twenty-year history MB Artists has created and general managed over 50 theatrical productions, three films and dozens of industrials. Just completed was the world premiere of Scott Carter’s acclaimed landmark play, The Gospel According To Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy: Discord.
MB Artists uses its Los Angeles home, the award winning NoHo Arts Center, as a launching pad for many of their theatrical and media productions and is thrilled to be adding Scary Musical The Musical to its growing list of world premieres.
VICTORIA MORRIS (PRODUCER)
Victoria Morris is the President and CEO of Lexikat Artists currently managing Theatre Directors, Writers, and Choreographers.
She was one of the Entertainment Industry’s first dance agents during the commercial dance market explosion in Los Angeles and the advent of MTV. She assisted in the development and creation of a multimillion-dollar Dance Department at Kazarian/Spencer/Ruskin representing, for the first time in history, young and innovative dance talent around the world. She went on to open the New York Division, which also represents actors for Television, Motion Pictures, as well as Theatre.
Victoria believes in the power of the imagination and the creative process and continues to develop well-rounded, diverse, and lucrative stage careers for actors, directors, and choreographers. Victoria teaches at several University Theatre and Music Departments throughout the country.