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JASON McHUGH: Executive Producer, New Cannibal Society Jason McHugh is an American transmedia producer, writer and actor, who produced Trey Parker’s first two feature films Cannibal! The Musical and Orgazmo with Matt Stone. McHugh also plays Frank Miller in Cannibal! and part of the film crew in Orgazmo. The South Park character “Jason” is an homage to McHugh, who also worked on the pilot episode of South Park. McHugh went on to produce one of the very first streaming media websites before getting drafted to work with rock legends Perry Farrell and Les Claypool. McHugh wrote, produced and directed, Mindfield, a text messaging prankster game, created by Perry Farrell, and played by thousands of rock fans at Lollapalooza for several years. He produced and acted in Les Claypool’s Electric Apricot: Quest for Festeroo, a mockumentary about “Jam Rock” that featured Matt Stone, Seth Green, Bob Weir, Cannibal star Dian Bachar, South Park writer Kyle McCulloch and many more . In 2011, he released a book titled Shpadoinkle: The Making of Cannibal! The Musical, which chronicles all aspects of the making of Cannibal! Besides producing the original feature film, McHugh has executive produced dozens of Cannibal! The Musical stage shows since 1998. COREY ROSS: Producer, Starvox Entertainment Founded in 2005 by Corey Ross, Starvox Entertainment is ranked  number 17 on Profit Magazine’s list of Toronto’s top 50 growth companies in 2013. Starvox produces, manages, represents and promotes cross-over performing arts shows that tour  across Canada and the United States, as well as México, China, the Middle East and Europe.  In 2013, Ross was a producer on the Canadian production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s  CATS and remounted Evil Dead-The Musical to record-breaking sales in Toronto and Philadelphia. Starvox is also the 16 producer of the National tour of HAIR. Starvox is the producer of the successful Harry Potter themed offBroadway sensation Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience which continues to tour and experience sold-out engagements across the United States, Canada, and Mexico as part of its’ 2013-14 tour. A second North American tour is currently on the road for the 2015 season. This spring, Starvox is presenting Faulty Towers - The Dining Experience Live! at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto, prior to its North American tour. Starvox has presented three productions written and directed by Woody Harrelson, John Malkovich in Giacomo Variations, and nationally broadcast concerts for the Stephen Lewis Foundation featuring Alicia Keys and Annie Lennox. Starvox is currently working with Beyoncé’s creative team, producing a multi-million dollar reboot of the classic Las Vegas revue show Jubilee for Caesars Casino. ABOUT STARVOX ENTERTAINMENT Starvox Entertainment, a world-wide production company, with offices in Canada, the United States and Mexico, has produced, managed, represented and promoted performing arts shows across the world. Starvox has gained international recognition with success touring shows across North America, México, China, the Middle East and Europe. It made the 2013 PROFIT 500 list with five-year revenue growth of 1370% and is the only live entertainment company recognized on the list. Published in the summer issue of PROFIT Magazine and online at PROFITguide.com, the PROFIT 500 ranks Canadian businesses by their revenue growth over five years. “I’m pleased and proud that a lean, privately-owned production company focused on the arts ranks as one of the fastest-growing companies in Canada. This is a testament to the appetite for innovative, quality arts programming in Toronto and around the world, and of course, to the dedication and drive of our team.”