Tony Mann
Event Production &
Technical Direction
Video Camera Operator Photographer
Laura Gagnon
Marketing &
Media Strategies
Event Planning &

The team at Fixer Productions.....


45 years of combined promotion, marketing, management and production experience is what sets the Fixer Productions team apart from the rest.  Planning, coordinating and producing an event, concert, festival or convention in New York City is challenging on the easiest day.  Fixer Productions give you whatever level of support you need:  we can stand beside you, have your back, or lead the charge on your project according to

your needs. 




Laura is currently theatre manager at the storied off Broadway venue Theatre 80 St. Marks in New York City's East Village.  As a longtime downtown resident, Laura has had the pleasure of serving as audience services manager for the Jean Cocteau Repertory at the Bouwerie Lane Theatre, operations manager at the Theatres at 45 Bleecker, and business manager for the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

She started in promotion, marketing and venue management at music clubs Paradise and The Channel while attending Emerson College in Boston.  After moving to NYC, she managed the Rodeo Bar (with live music 7 nights a week) and Life Café (of Rent fame).  As a production freelancer, she worked with Liza Minnelli, Ben Vereen, Yanni, and The Replacements, amongst others.  She had turns at New Music Seminar and CMJ, where she was showcase booking manager for two years. 

Laura's background includes extensive experience in social media, marketing, advertising and copy writing, as well as front-of-house management, box office services (including knowledge of several ticketing platforms), concessions management, event planning and supervision, and more.  In 2014 Laura founded Fixer Productions to offer individuals, organizations and companys event planning, marketing, and production services.  She loves the energy and excitement that comes from participating in the planning and producing of all sorts of events.


Tony is currently board operator for award-winning writer/performer Glynn Borders' shows Sleep Well and The Enforcer; he also serves as stage manager for Almost Queen: The Ultimate Queen Tribute.
His recent productions include It's Only Money (Llywelyn Jones and Tom Ferriter), Universal Dad (PJ Landers), and Leaving Kiev (Mila Levine).
He was production manager for two seasons of the Midtown International Theatre Festival, and technical director for the acclaimed 2013 production of Strawberry and Chocolate that was staged by International Studio Theater.
He 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.
He 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.
He 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. Tony co-founded Fixer Productions in 2014 to keep the lights on the stages that matter.