Tony Mann (Stage Manager)
Tony is currently board operator for award-winning writer/performer Glynn Borders' shows Sleep Well and The Enforcer, and he also serves as stage manager for Almost Queen: The Ultimate Queen Tribute.
Recent Productions include It's Only Money (Stageplays Theatre Company staged reading), Universal Dad (PJ Landers), and Leaving Kiev (Mila Levine). He was production manager for two seasons of the Midtown International Theatre Festival, and he was technical director for the acclaimed 2013 production of Strawberry and Chocolate that was staged by International Studio Theater.
Tony was camera operator and live video mixer for The Mark Kostabi Show, and also served as Mark's archivist, capturing the artists prolific output of paintings in digital, traditional film (35mm and 4x5) and Polaroid formats.
Tony is co-producer of the documentary Lost Rockers, a film by Paul Rachman and Steven Blush (American Hardcore) and an editor of the forthcoming book New York Rock 1966 – 2006, by author Steven Blush.
Tony is also an actor and musician, with credits including Rueben Amar’s multi-award winning film, Swim Little Fish Swim, and collaborations as drummer with Ornette Coleman and Dee Dee Ramone. Currently, he is performing with eclectic gypsy band Mad Juana and finishing an album with ethereal dark wave band, The Lost Patrol.