Rose Apuzzo (Production Coordinator) Rose's humble beginnings started in 1980 working for her friend from LA who now owns The Entertainment Group. He bids on Artists who need Merchandise for concerts so Rose would help with contracts, setting up Merchandise for various concerts and events. She also worked for WPLR Radio Station everyday after college doing voice overs, special Marketing projects like Battle of the Bands, Toys for Tots. She is a Graduate of Albertus Magnus College BA in Communications. She worked for local bands with Graphics and Marketing as well as worked at Longwharf Theatre in CT Box Office and assistant to the actors.
Erin Connell Calev (P.R.) has been part of the fine arts community for the last 30 years. As a classically trained singer, pianist, performer and teacher, Erin has a passion for helping people to find their true voice. As sponsorship coordinator for RSC, Erin connects Richard with sponsors who are interested in supporting the arts and artists. Erin's experience working for nonprofit organizations growing their outreach has connected nationally acclaimed artists to new audiences. Erin and Richard share a passion for connecting people and "celebrating artists and their body of worth." Erin lives in Bergen County, NJ, she is mom to two smart and talented daughters and a dog named Gidge.
Glen Charlow (Graphics/Web Design) As a graphic designer in the performing arts, Glen worked on many cabaret and off-Broadway shows, and for many prestigious theatres and production companies in the United States. His advertising placement has been in every production house and agency in New York. Experience with editing, design, color and typography, has been applied to award-winning publications. He combines a passion for design, usability, and innovation with a drive to develop products that enrich peoples' lives. He's created websites and graphics for individuals, universities, and small businesses. Glen uses good old HTML, CSS, and PHP, with QUARK and Photoshop. Currently living in Baltimore, Maryland. Glen is also an actor and has the largest Lucille Ball collection on the East Coast. www.GlenCharlow.com
Tess La Bella (Voice-Over) is an American Author, Sag-Aftra voice over artist, actor, creator of original characters Selma Blingowitz and Aunt Marion a cartoon series character who lives on Instagram. Tess is also a writer, storyteller and co-author of a children’s book to be published September 21, 2021 named, "Merry Witchmas". She has also co-authored two other books called , QUARENTENA and BEYOND , stories of Hope and Music and Memories of Palm Beach, Florida. Tess has worked on several projects with Concord Films where she as acted and voiced the opening trailer for the movie, "Killer Island". She continues to voice advertising spots and training videos. Tess is the voice over for Night Owl Security Products, Legends Radio WLML FM streaming worldwide on the worldwide web. and Member of The Society for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook. Tess is one of the writer/producers of, "What's Yours is Mine". A comedy pilot for TV. Tess is a local Miami Sag-Aftra member and has served on its board for several years.
Lisa Rodrigo (Public Relations) All My Promotions is owned and operated by Lisa Rodrigo. A soap fan herself, she has been a loyal viewer of daytime dramas such as “All My Children” “General Hospital” and “Days of Our Lives”. She started operating official fan clubs for a variety of actors who have worked on these productions in 2009 with her fan club for T.C. Lisa is also the owner of the blog The Soap Spiel which can be found at www.thesoapspiel.blogspot.com. Here she interviews various actors of the daytime community whether it be network soaps or online series.
Leo Rodriguez (Media Editor) is a seasoned veteran of the performing arts, both on-camera and behind the scenes. Leo is a SoCal native, having recently moved back to the area to pursue his passion in young adult and child education in theatre arts. His great influence as an editor and performer can be felt in projects spanning across the country, from NYC to California. After attending CSU Hayward with a focus in Theatre Arts, Leo relocated to NYC where he produced and starred in multiple shows, from the original musical "Broken Moments" (International Fringe Festival) to the one-man-show smash hit "I Could Have Been Chita Moreno." Following these successful ventures, Leo turned to his skills as a video editor, using his talents to for shows such as "What's the Story with Maria" (Host: Maria Gentile) and "American Songbook Association: Sunday Session Series" (Host: Carolyn Montgomery) to thrive. He gladly brings all of these talents and more to Richard Skipper Celebrates!