Gregg Hermanson President
As owner and president of ShowTx, Gregg oversees all projects in house. Although he has extensive technical experience in all areas of production, Gregg primarily performs as a production stage manager on site.
Gregg developed and has implemented techniques and formulas for producing site surveys, technical budgeting, CAD drawings, and creative on site execution that have not been duplicated. Gregg's concepts in technical budgeting have helped create industry standards. Through Gregg's leadership, the ShowTxstaff has always maintained a very thorough and complete handle on all aspects of our projects from the initial calls to the post-production summaries.
Production Manager | Draftsman
Technical Director | Stage Manager
On the road for ShowTx, Jim works as a technical director and stage manager. For nearly 12 years Jim worked freelance as a technical director, stage manager, video engineer, and staging technician. Over the years he has helped develop the high standards signature to ShowTx with his experience and expertise on productions for such industry giants as IBM, Sony, American Express, Delta Airlines, and Coca~Cola; just to name a few.
Corporate clients have come to realize that when Sue Maloy is on your show, you are in good hands. She has a passion for the stage, a calming spirit and great attention to details. Her background in performance and casting gives her a unique insight to stage managing.
A former Sony recording artist, Sue spent several years touring before moving to Orlando to Join the band “Tremors & the Earthquake horn.”
Moving to the production side, Sue spent the next ten years rounding out her knowledge of the industry. Past jobs include Casting Associate for Reality Group TV & film casting, Disney Talent Casting, Contact Musical Acts, and talent producer for Disney Cruise Line, MGM Studios, Silver Dollar City and Kurashiki Tivoli Park, Japan.
Technical Director | Stage Manager
Denny has been involved in the staging and production industry since high school (way back in 1972). He was involved in all technical aspects of theatre, having technical directed over 20 plays and musicals and earned Thespian his freshman year. In his senior year he technical directed a road show of Jesus Christ Superstar when the tour TD fell ill.
After moving to Florida in 1974, Denny honed his corporate theatre skills managing the stage management and technical direction for emergency medical conferences. In 1998 he went to work for LMG as an account executive, specifying shows for large clients such as Jack Morton, the Walt Disney Company and ShowTx Production Management.
Joining ShowTx's Team, Denny has continued to technical direct and stage manage numerous programs for such major companies as AT&T Wireless, Ford Motor Company, as well as Forest and Shire Pharmaceuticals. His skill at planning and logistics as well as handling multiple room sets and strikes has made him the “go-to” TD for large venue programs with numerous sessions.
Stu has been in the corporate meeting industry for over 25 years with a wide range of experience from lighting design, video direction, production management and technical direction. He has had the pleasure to work with companies like Home Depot, Coca-Cola, IBM, Ford, James Thomas Engineering, and many more over the years all over North America.
Stu has been based in Toronto, Chicago, and now calls Atlanta Home. He started out in technical theater, and worked his way into the corporate theater world where he is today. You will find Stu on the road taking care of his clients and making sure their productions run smoothly along with the rest of the Q2Cue Team.
Dan "Oz" Osnowitz
Oz got his start in legitimate theatre in 1982 building scenery. Oz earned a bachelors degree in technical theatre (minor in art & design) from Northern Michigan University, in Marquette, at the Forest Roberts Theatre; primarily as the head electrician. Oz worked in several regional and small professional theatres, as technical director and shop foreman.
In 1992 Oz ‘discovered’ the corporate theatre market, and spent the next several years working as carpenter, then a lead, and finally a project manager at Piper Productions in Orlando, Florida. During this time he took a leave a absence to tour the Broadway shows Oklahoma and Oliver, both year long tours. In the fall of 1996 Oz left Piper Productions to help open Scenicworks, a new scene shop in Orlando.
Oz started doing freelance production work in 1998. He also worked as a rigger for InterAmerica Stage, a permanent overhead installation company.
Since the summer of 2003 Oz has worked with ShowTx on a variety of projects, both in the pre-production phase of bidding and working with vendors, and on-site running crews making schedules flow, and keeping budgets in their boundaries.