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Every event you’re about to watch is a staple of the Hurricane Productions portfolio. Although we also entertain small scale events like Sweet 16s and Weddings, these larger scale events are important to the company and part of the fabric of New Jersey.
All of this content – videos included – are homemade by our staff.
1. Audi Grand Opening
From soup to nuts, everything you see in this video is provided in coordination with Hurricane Productions: Lighting, Audio, Projection, Production. We transformed this dealership to what you see in this video.
2. AARA Tradeshow
Since 2012, Hurricane is an integral part of AARA’s annual tradeshow hosted in Somerset, NJ and Edison, NJ on rotating years. We provide sound, lighting and coordinate the company’s branding and social media efforts.
3. Dance Marathon
Hurricane started within the DM organization a decade ago when the event was barely raising over $100,000 for Embrace Kids Foundation. In the last decade, the teams at Hurricane and Dance Marathon work in concert, year-round, to create the largest student-run philanthropic event in the state. This year, the event is projected raised over one million dollars.
4. The Yard: Game Watch
When it comes to community events at The Yard, DEVCO hires MediaCutlet to consult on the who, what, when. But when it comes the how: Hurricane executes the events from the nuts and bolts end of things: Production, music, etc. It’s the perfect marriage of how both brands exist under one roof.
5. Sweet 16s
It may not seem like a lot, but Sweet 16s collectively represent a $100K brand within Hurricane. Sweet 16s give us the ability to train interns, young talent – photo, video, DJs, technicians – and eventually graduate them to larger scale events like the other four in this post. Sweet 16s also gives Hurricane access to families and teenagers in the state, turning them into clients on our other services. In fact, our way into the AARA Tradeshow came by way of a Sweet 16 for the director’s daughter.Date Availability and Price Quote Form
The Iota Psi Chapter of Sigma Chi at Rutgers University hosted yet another successful Derby Days event. The two-week long ‘Derby Days’ culminated with Lip Sync performance at the Livingston Recreational Center. Along with eight sororities, Sigma Chi facilitated a record breaking $300,007 for Children’s Miracle Network. A portion of the monies raised will also be donated to the participating sororities respective philanthropies. Contributing to the record were Phi Sigma Sigma, Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Mu, Sigma Kappa, Delta Gamma, Alpha Gamma Delta, Sigma Delta Tau, and Gamma Phi Beta. Each team performed dances that followed a format and theme. Some themes included Wizard of Oz, Alice in Wonderland, Super Heroes, The Game of Life and many others.
You can watch each performance by clicking here.
Hurricane Productions – a production partner of the event for a decade – added a new visual element to the Lip Sync performances. Hurricane made each scene come to life by projection mapping images and video for each sorority. The visuals were mapped to 6x20ft theatrical scrims that flanked the 42”x32” stage. heir scenes come to life.
In addition to the scrims, Hurricane also provided lighting, videography and production for the event. Lighting director Nick Nittoli took control of the lighting that was requested by each sorority. Robbie Padovano produced the show making sure each team adhered to a timeline of events. Media Director Austin King was there to capture all the routines via videography.
Claiming the Lip Sync title this year was Phi Sigma Sigma with ZTA coming in a close second. The two sororities were extremely close in competition throughout all events this Derby Days season. The anticipation was high not knowing who was going to claim the 2016 Derby Days title. In the end, it was Zeta Tau Alpha who edged out the competition. ZTA raised $65,000 out of the over $300,007 for Children’s Miracle Network. That $65,000 raised broke their $48,902 record of the 2015 Derby Days. Needless to say, we look forward to seeing more records being broken next year as each sorority will continue to raise money towards Children’s Miracle Network.
Some may look no further than a cup of coffee at a local bookstore for a romantic date. But now imagine a bookstore as the storybook backdrop for your wedding day. Gillian and Charles – who met in a Creative Writing class at Rutgers University – did just that. They chose Housingworks Bookstore in Manhattan for their ceremony and reception.
Hurricane Productions captured the day in photo and moving pictures (video) and also provided DJ entertainment.
Dave Costantini – one of the company’s most sought-after wedding photographers – caught every moment from bridal prep to last dance while Media Director Austin King stepped behind the lens to capture video in a low-light setting.
Housingworks Bookstore is quaint – but what it lacks in size is made up for in ambiance. DJ A Smoove (Alvin Gay) used Technic 1200 turntables to pay homage to the art of DJing in such a cool space. DJ Alvin helped the couple musically plan their ceremony and continuously played their requests through cocktail hour and the reception.
The couple used Hurricane’s extensive online planning tools to work alongside Alvin to create their perfect playlist.
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