David Denson Named Vice President For Red Tail Productions

By: Jan. 08, 2019

Red Tail Entertainment today announced it has appointed veteran producer David Denson as Vice President of Red Tail Productions, effective immediately. Denson's responsibilities include day-to-day management of all things Red Tail Productions, including the general oversight of Prehistoric Aquarium, Dinosaur Zoo Live, and Double Dare Live, as well as identifying and developing new production opportunities for the company.

"It is a pleasure and privilege for Denson to join the Red Tail Entertainment family," says Marc Engel, the Company President. "He'll be an amazing resource, and a dependable teammate as Red Tail Entertainment grows into an ever-stronger player in the industry."

"I am absolutely jazzed to join Phil, Marc, Kelsey and the Red Tail team and contribute to their success with inspired, innovative and compelling live entertainment that will thrill audiences from coast to coast," says Denson.

Denson's professional background includes assignments with the Theatre Communications Group in New York, the City of Dallas running the City's performance venues, and most recently with the AT&T Performing Arts Center as director of programming, and producer of the Center's Elevator Project series. His work was described as "groundbreaking" for the Dallas performing arts community. He received his BFA in performance from East Carolina University and his MFA in directing from Southern Methodist University.

Red Tail Live! started as 35 Concerts, focusing on cities and venues along Interstate 35 between Minneapolis and San Antonio, but after five years of operations, the company merged with its parent company Red Tail Entertainment to present outstanding artists and attractions throughout the US and Canada.

For more information, visit http://redtail-live.com/.


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