Shea Elmore and Elyzabeth Gorman spent a decade producing cutting-edge events and entertainment in New York City. With SE Productions, they’re taking their act on the road – or the canal.
Shea has over 10 years of experience working for the world-renowned Blue Man Group. As Creative Producer & Development Manager, he managed the team of 20 experts and led them on a range of projects including new productions, creative initiatives, brand development, and overall company strategy. From theatrical shows to video content, Shea helped develop some of the most innovative work coming out of the company in 20 years. In addition to being lead creative producer for the current World Tour, other highlights include:
Producer: "3DHope: Blue Man Group Delivers a Robotic Arm"
Creative Producer & Event Producer:
"New York Stock Exchange"
"The Forge Music Video"
Shea also has experience forming and running his own arts company. From setting a clear vision to running day-to-day operations with an energized team, Shea knows the challenges and the triumphs of creating a business from the ground up.
Elyzabeth is a writer and a research junkie with a focus on history and culture. She moved to Amsterdam after a career in New York where she did theater, film, and event management for companies as diverse as Blue Man Group, The New 42, and interactive nightclub spectacle QUEEN OF THE NIGHT. As director, dramaturg, and writer, she developed award-winning plays.
She has experience in technical, marketing, and creative copy, with projects ranging from grant proposals to travel clickbait to scripts. Her love of grammar and working with writers makes her adore every type of editing.
"Queen of the Night"
"Blue Man Group - Nintendo 3DS Shorts"
Elyzabeth's writing includes: Margaret I, a verse play about the women of the War of the Roses; Loretto, a novel about a Civil War veteran in Sante Fe; The Beautiful Game, a novel about growing up with the last six World Cups; and What Cannot Be Undone, a novella about medieval PTSD and Lady Macbeth. She runs tours around Amsterdam's untold history, which can be found at www.ask-a-badass.com, along with an advice column answered by history’s hidden women.