Jeremy Youett
Executive Director and Producer

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As the founder of Your Management International in Australia (2007) and Your Theatrics International in New York (2011), Jeremy has worked in a variety of capacities in the arts in Australasia, The U.K and The U.S.

Jeremy was one of the Tony Award nominated Producers of Kander and Ebb musical The Visit, which played at The Lyceum Theatre on Broadway starring Chita Rivera. He is a Co-Producer on new musical The Bandstand, set to debut on Broadway in the Fall of 2016, while he also works as Senior Manager of Events Marketing and Production for Microsoft.

Your Theatrics International has acted as the General Manager for Tony Award winning Tom Smedes Productions (2013-2016), The New York Musical Theatre Festival (2011-2015), and The 56th Drama Desk Awards (2011), as well as numerous Off-Broadway plays and musicals.

Jeremy’s Executive Producer credits include The International Cabaret Contest (2007-2015), Australasian tours for Tony Award winners Jason Robert Brown, Adam Guettel, nominees Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, Broadway composer John Bucchino, along with a host of Australia’s leading Cabaret artists. Before relocating to New York, Jeremy was the General Manager for Jekyll and Hyde The Musical International tour and as Theatrical Agent and Casting Director his credits include hit TV series Spartacus.

Having trained at both The National Institute of Dramatic Arts (SDA Certificate) and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (Bachelor of Arts: Music Theatre) in Australia, he appeared in professional productions of shows including Fiddler On The Roof and Priscilla Queen Of The Desert. He is also a graduate of the The Australian Institute of Music at The Sydney Opera House (Post Graduate Diploma of Arts Management).


Jacob Harvey

Jacob is the Artistic Director of The Greenhouse Theater Center, a multi-venue arts complex in Chicago. He was awarded the Bret C. Harte Director/Producer Fellowship for Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s 2013/14 Season; served as Associate Producer and Interim Director of Programming for the Drama Desk Award Winning New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF); and served as the Co-Artistic Director of the Ovation Award-Nominated Mechanicals Theatre Group in Los Angeles.

Jacob is the Co-Producer of Ladyhawks (NYMF 2013 Best of Fest under the title Volleygirls); the Associate Producer of Ryan Scott Oliver’s 35MM: A Musical Exhibition; and the Director of the Eberhardt and Collyer musical Right Together, Left Together. Other directing credits include, Mr. Marmalade (The Theatricians), The Shape of Things (Silver Bell Productions), the world premier of The Many Selves of Mia Scott (Carrie Hamilton Theater) and Assistant Director of the world premier of Marcus Gardley’s The House The Will Not Stand (Berkeley Repertory Theatre). He is also the creator of the upcoming musical web series currently in development, The Cycle.

He attended the BFA program at Marymount Manhattan College and is a graduate of The Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.


Corey Gosselin 

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Corey has worked as Producer, Company Manager, and Associate General Manager across multiple client projects including Tony Award winning Tom Smedes Productions (2013-2016) where he worked to manage investor relations on Broadway projects including Mothers and SonsThe Visit, Pippin, Matilda, It’s Only A Play, and the recently announced transfer of new musical The Bandstand. He also currently works as an Account Manager at theatrical Marketing and Advertising firm The Pekoe Group.

Off-Broadway, his Management credits include AcappellaHouseWarmingFoolerie, and Rescue Rue, all presentations at the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF), as well as Less Than 50% and Vox Lumiere’s The Phantom of the Opera, both in development. He has served as the Company Manager for Rocket to the Moon (Pecadillo Theater Co.), Chick Flick, and Money Grubbin’ Whores, and as Associate Producer of the International Cabaret Contest (2014-2015), he also produced the tour for it’s winner across Australia and The United States.

Corey began his career in Arts Management working at a business management firm for high profile music industry clients in New York City. Prior to this he worked as a professional dancer, including 5 seasons with the world famous Radio City Rockettes, after graduating from New York University’s Tisch School for the Arts.

Cassie Lundgren 
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Cassie Lundgren is currently the Associate General Manager for the New York Musical Festival (NYMF) where she manages a Festival of over 50 developmental productions, readings, concerts, and special events annually. Additionally, as the Associate General Manager for Your Theatrics International she has worked on projects including Off-Broadway’s Money Grubbin’ Whores, Witnessed by the World, and Rocket to the Moon, as well as the workshop presentation of Chick Flick the Musical. She has also worked with Tom Smedes Productions on the developmental presentations of The Bandstand, coming to Broadway in 2016.

Prior to moving to New York in 2013, Cassie was at Brady, Brannon & Rich Talent Agency in Los Angeles where she worked as a Junior Agent in the Bi-Coastal Theatrical/Legit Department and an Agent in the top Non-Union Commercial Department on the West Coast. She has also worked in casting at Michael Donovan Casting and Perry Reece Casting where she had the opportunity to work on regional theatre and movies for television. She is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University. 


Sammy Lopez 
Assistant General Manager/Social Media ManagerSammy Lopez

Sammy is the Producing Artistic Director/Co-Founder of Diverging Elements Theatre Co. and on the Digital Team for The Pekoe Group, working on social media for Broadway and Off-Broadway clients. With Your Theatrics International, he has worked closely with Tom Smedes Productions (The Bandstand, The Visit, It’s Only A Play, Mothers and Sons), The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF), International Cabaret Contest (YTICC), The Peccadillo Theater Company, and more. In addition, he is an assistant teaching artist with CO/LAB Theater Group, a non-profit that provides individuals with developmental disabilities a creative and social outlet through theater arts.

As a performer/director, he has worked with Cabrillo Stage, Syracuse Stage, The Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and he has toured the country with TheatreWorks USA and the Syracuse Stage Regional Children’s Tour. He is a graduate of the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University.


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