Led by Lorenzo Thione, Jay Kuo, and Joey Monda, Sing Out, Louise! Productions is an entertainment production company specializing in live theatrical productions and stage-to-screen cinema capture and distribution.
Sing Out, Louise! was the lead producer of the Broadway musical and subsequent film of Allegiance starring George Takei and Lea Salonga, based on the true events of Mr. Takei’s life. With Allegiance, Sing Out, Louise! brought multiple innovations to the Broadway industry such as the Priority Access Pass, which gave fans the opportunity to purchase a virtual place in the box office line prior to Allegiance announcing its Broadway home, and the Trek To Broadway, one of Broadway’s first promotional webseries documenting the journey of Allegiance from its World Premiere in San Diego to Broadway, and beyond. Sing Out, Louise! also spearheaded the social media growth of George Takei (currently 25M+ followers across social media platforms) and of Allegiance, which opened on Broadway with more social media followers than any show in Broadway history. Technology, social media, and cross-disciplinary expertise are at the core of Sing Out, Louise! strength in how we approach innovating in the Broadway industry.
Other Broadway co-productions include Mrs. Doubtfire, The Inheritance, Slave Play, Hadestown (Tony Award), The Cher Show, The New One, Catch Me If You Can (Tony Nomination), and American Idiot. Currently, Sing Out, Louise! is developing and producing Indigo, a new original musical about Emma, a non-verbal teenager with autism, and her challenging experience in adjusting to the most unexpected of circumstances.
In addition to our work as Broadway producers, Sing Out, Louise! is a firm advocate for extending and amplifying the brand, reach, and impact of Broadway shows outside of New York through the production and distribution of cinema-quality stage to screen films. Past credits include the record breaking films of the original Broadway productions of Allegiance and Bandstand (direction, production and theatrical exhibition/distribution) and the London production of Kinky Boots (Theatrical exhibition/distribution).