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Broadway Fashion Report Launches at Tony Awards

Friday May 16, 2014

Tony Award-nominee Tony Marion ("Big Fish," "Evita," "Ghost") will host a new web-series with Hollywood style expert Erin McSherry (Jesse Tyler Ferguson, 50 Cent, Sofia Vergara), along with Tony Award-winning theater veteran Nick Demos ("Memphis"). The Broadway Fashion Report will cover the red carpet looks of the 2014 Tony Awards, as well as opening nights of the upcoming 2014-15 Broadway season.

The show will feature Broadway fashionistas in a series of segments as they break down the trends of the Broadway community. This will lead up to a thirty minute Fashion Report aired online on Monday evening, June 9. The show is produced by Alonso Holms ("The Great Gatsby") and Alison Noel for Bakeshop Media and is executive produced by Carolyn Miller ("Memphis") for Leverage Media and Brian Zeilinger ("The Cripple of Inishmaan," "Lucky Guy").

Teasers and video promos for The Broadway Fashion Report are available at BroadwayFashionReport.com. Featuring Broadway veteran Charlie Williams, and music by the band Reserved For Rondee (featuring Tony Award nominee Billy Magnussen), the show is shot on location at Drift Studio NYC.

Tony Marion (Host): Marion is one of the youngest producers ever to work on Broadway and in the West End. Broadway producing credits include "Big Fish," directed by 5-time Tony Award Winner Susan Stroman, "Evita" (2012 Tony & Drama Desk Award nominations) starring Ricky Martin, and "Ghost." West End credits include "The Sunshine Boys" starring Danny DeVito & Richard Griffiths. Regional credits include "White Noise," which he produced with Oscar Winner Whoopi Goldberg & the Chicago production of "Big Fish." Film & Television work include "The Next Big Thing: NY" on Oxygen, "America's Worst Tattoos" on TLC & the new short film "Recursion."

Erin McSherry (Co-Host) Born and raised in Montclair, NJ, Erin has always turned to fashion as a form of creative expression. She began her career as a Fashion Stylist in 2010. Erin's work has been seen on newsstands, billboards, runways, red carpets, and televisions all over the world. Erin has played an influential role in setting trends through her celebrity clientele, as well as through her work as a Fashion Editor & Market Editor for several publications including, The Untitled, Vogue, Details, & L'Officiel Hommes. Select clients include 50 Cent, Ty Burrell, Jessee Tyler Ferguson, Dule Hill, Bill & Giuliana Rancic, Sofia Vergara, and Sarah Hyland. Erin currently resides in New York City.''

Nick Demos (Co-Host) is an award winning director and producer. He is now directing the pre-Broadway workshops and productions of "Makeover"-freely inspired by the lives of Estee Lauder and Mary Kay, "The First Gentleman," "Jet Back to Glamour," and Julia Cameron's ("The Artist's Way") "Animal in the Trees" about bi-polar disorder. Nick also just wrapped shooting his first film, "Policy of Truth." His company, Demos Bizar Entertainment is currently producing the London West End production of "Memphis." Previous productions include "Memphis" on Broadway (2010 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critic's Circle Awards), its 1st National Tour, "Make Me a Song Off-Broadway" (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Nominations) and in London. "Vanities," the musical "Off Broadway," and the 1st National Tour of "The Drowsy Chaperone."

Leverage Media (Executive Producer) is a new type of agency. Aimed at improving brand recognition, Leverage Media offers consultation services with a special focus on strategic development, event and party planning, and the production of engaging content. By creating unique partnerships with key fashion brands and media outlets combined with exclusive, exciting content and events, Leverage Media wants to maximize the reach of every dollar spent toward brand development. The company is founded by Tony Award Nominee Antonio Marion & Carolyn Miller with Creative Director Nathan Johnson.

Brian Zeilinger (Co-Executive Producer) is a Tony Award-winning, Emmy Award-nominated producer and manager. At 18 years old he made theatrical history, becoming the youngest producer on Broadway and in London's West End. Select Broadway credits include: "The Cripple of Inishmaan," "I'll Eat You Last," "Lucky Guy," "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," "Death of a Salesman," "Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo," "The Pee-wee Herman Show" and "Lend Me a Tenor." West End credits include: "1984," "The Sunshine Boys," "Master Class," "Top Girls," "Betrayal" and "Hair." Brian's television and film work include "Teen Wolf," "Gossip Girl," "Carrie," "Geek Charming," "Martha Marcy May Marlene," the Academy Award nominated "Hugo" and the upcoming "Very Good Girls." Zeilinger is an alumnus of NYU, where he is involved with the board of NY City Center, The Public Theater, and the IFP.


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