Seeing something on screen is one thing. Seeing it live? Game over.
Jared Tyrel Pixler – firstname.lastname@example.org
David Evan Stolworthy – David@mbstage.com
Katie Lynn Mapel – Katie@mbstage.com
MB Stage Productions was founded in 2011. The first production the company brought to the stage was Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida. Later, MB premiered at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2013. MB Stage Productions is here to provide aspiring writers and artists the opportunities to hone their craft and become more involved in the theatrical world, especially if they are a little bit of a geek or nerd.
In 2015, MB Stage premiered THE VIDEO GAMES, an audience-interactive stage combat play that won two awards during the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2015; “The Encore Producer’s Award” for Outstanding Production and Robot Teammate + The Accidental Party’s “Would Coulda Shoulda Award” for Theatre Excellence and Improvisation. THE VIDEO GAMES is currently touring across Southern California at comic and gaming conventions. Recent conventions include: San Diego’s 1st Annual Nerd Con & Nerdy New Year, Long Beach Comic Con and Expo (September 2015, February 2016), and Stan Lee’s ComikazeExpo. In 2016 The Video Games was selected for the New York International Fringe Festival and the San Diego International Fringe Festival. Always working on new material, stay up to date on MB Stage productions by signing up for our email list here.
About the Producers
Jared Tyrel Pixler is a producer for Make Believe Stage Productions and one of the co-creators of THE VIDEO GAMES. He graduated AMDA: The College and Conservatory for the Performing Arts and holds a bachelor’s degree of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre. He has been producing plays since the age of nineteen both independently and with other theater companies and had worked with Disney as a performer.
David Evan Stolworthy is a producer for Make Believe Stage Productions and one of the co-creators of THE VIDEO GAMES. A graduate of AMDA: The College and Conservatory for the Performing Arts, he holds a bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts. He has experience working at Universal Studios Hollywood and The Murder Mystery Company in audience interaction and engagement.