The Miami Music Man reality show is a one of a kind Web based reality show about the unscripted life of the Miami Music Man, Pierce Cruise, and his merry band of artists. Reviewed favorably in several major publications including the New Times and the Miami Herald, this reality show aims to bend the rules and perception of Miami artists and their way of life.
Zip In Media Productions was tapped to shoot several days on location in South Beach for the Production. During our several day shoot we encountered lots of wild and crazy situations that you’ll have to watch the full episodes to appreciate. The first episode airs Nov. 29th (My birthday) at www.miamimusicman.com It airs weekly and will feature some amazingly talented people. Continue reading →
We have produced several videos for Evolved office and we love them. The staff there is wonderful. These videos are to resell to their paper management clients. As white label videos, they can be changed to include the logo and colors of the client’s company.
We developed this video from concept to completion using our complete range of video production and post-production services. The project included a full day of video production with green screen and teleprompter. The final video was over seven minutes including a voice over and custom animations. Watch the whole video at www.cohenplan.com.
The J’s Cultural Arts Theater or JCAT is the theatre educational arm of the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center’s Rabbi Norman Mussman Cultural Arts Department. It is a year-round theatre arts program for youth, teens, and adults.
J-CAT introduces students of all ages to the magical world of theatre through a full season of productions, Summer Stock Theatre Camp, and a whole range of classes in acting, technical theatre, and more.
J-CAT presents 6 productions during the theatre season with both adults and children. Drawing upon community theatre roots, their actors and techies make up a volunteer ensemble that showcases a love and passion of theatre. The shows are listed on the J-CAT website (www.jcctheatre.com) with a description and requirements of the characters. To get more information or to schedule an audition, contact Lillian Andron at 305-308-8055. Visit their site to see the upcoming shows or to find out more about the program.