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InJoy Entertainment LLC is an NYC-based multimedia live arts company founded by Cindy Sibilsky in 2011. The company’s focus is meaningful global cultural exchange and accessible, universally-appealing entertainment. We work on Broadway, Off-Broadway, internationally, and virtually through producing, touring, marketing, consulting and representing shows and artists. 

The company is devoted to bringing the most exciting shows and companies from Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa to the USA and showcasing American and international work globally. We also call attention to the world’s stage through reviews, articles, interviews and multimedia features. InJoy Entertainment offers all-inclusive multimedia needs for shows and artists, including writing & storyboarding, filming & videography, editing & after effects, music composition, and photography.

InJoy has a diverse and constantly growing roster of clients and shows, including musicals, dance, cirque, plays, cabaret, drag, concerts, curated art shows, immersive performances, and more. 

We are committed to sharing the most unique, cutting-edge, thrilling live entertainment with modern audiences and discerning presenters worldwide.

InJoy provides :
  • Consulting

  • Branding, Marketing, Press & Advertising

  • Talent, Company & Show Management

  • Theatrical & Live Events Producing or Executive Producing

  • Tour Producing, Promoting & Regional Representation

  • Impresario & Talent Scout for Presenters & Organizations

  • Multimedia Photography & Videography

  • Reviews, Interviews, and Features


Producer, President & Founder

Cindy Sibilsky is a Broadway, Off-Broadway, US, and international Producer, arts journalist, marketing director, panelist, and moderator focusing on global cultural exchange. She attended American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA), The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and Stage One London. From 2006-2013, she worked alongside Tony and Moliere Award-winning Broadway and international theatre Producer Mel Howard on international tours of Rasta Thomas' Rock the Ballet (internationally and in the USA since 2008), Romeo & Juliet, Tango Pasion, Le Quatuor, 100 Gypsy Violins, Ain't Misbehavin', and more. In 2011 Cindy Sibilsky formed her own theatrical production company, InJoy Entertainment LLC. 

Highlights include Austin McCormick’s Company XIV (Off-Broadway/Edinburgh), Rasta Thomas’ Rock the Ballet and Romeo & Juliet (USA/Internationally), Voca People (Off-Broadway/USA), Aluminum Show (USA), Tibetan Book of the Dead (Rubin Museum, NYC), 666 DSM: A Dark Comedy on Sanity, Society and Spirituality (Off-Broadway/Edinburgh) and Andromeda Turre’s Kiss Me (Edinburgh), Monologue With a Suitcase (Off-Broadway), NYLA’s MENA/Future: Live Ideas Festival and Astrid Bas’ Let My People Go (Off-Broadway), Nevermore (Off-Broadway), John Epperson: The Artist Principally Known As Lypsinka (Joe’s Pub, NYC), Cirque-tacular (Off-Broadway/USA/Internationally), Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance (Broadway), Break the Tango (US/Internationally), Katsura Sunshine’s RAKUGO (USA), Oriana Peron’s Cosplay Drag Race  & Drag Show (USA), DRUMSTRUCK (USA/Internationally), Music in the Barns (Canada), New York Arab Festival (NYC), DorkyPark’s Open for Everything (Brooklyn Academy of Music, NYC).

As a writer/journalist, Cindy has published hundreds of pieces and has been translated into Arabic, Spanish, Japanese, and Chinese. She regularly contributes to Broadway World, American Theatre Magazine StageBiz, and Anime News Network and has written features in many other publications. She was the guest editor, lead contributor, and curator for American Theatre Magazine’s May/June 2019 international edition focusing on Japanese Contemporary Theatre. Cindy is developing a documentary series about contemporary global theatre with her partner, Shin Kurokawa. 

Cindy has been acting and dancing since age four and recently performed in Cairo Kit Kat Club, presented at the Goethe Institut NYC and the Shubbak Festival UK. She plays the leading role of the goddess Lilith in the upcoming supernatural feminist horror film, Milila. 

Outside of InJoy Entertainment, Cindy Sibilsky is a visual artist and curator. Her award-winning sculpture/paintings and nude landscapes photography have appeared in galleries, group shows and spaces in the Lower East Side, West Village, NoHo, Brooklyn and the Chelsea Art District. She has worked as a fundraiser for Amnesty International USA, at The Rubin Museum of Art as a Guide, and in the Programming Department. She currently lives in Brooklyn.

Cindy Sibilsky also writes reviews for other theater productions. Below is a list of links for her articles:

Interview with Adham Hafez for the world premiere of To Catch A Terrorist

Batman Ninja by Warner Bros. Japan, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment

Mobile Unit Henry V at The Public Theater

Cirque du Soleil VOLTA

One Thousand Night and One Day

FJK Dance: Untold

Escape to Margaritaville at the Marquis Theatre

Rocktopia at the Broadway Theater

Black Light at Joe's Pub at The Public Theater

From The Horse's Mouth: A Celebration of Egyptian Dance In All Its Forms

Cruel Intentions the Musical

Jerry Springer the Opera

Panama The Musical at Teatro Ateneo, Ciudad del Saber - Panama City

The Public Theater's Under the Radar Festival:
   Cuban Antigonon & Japanese Mugen Noh Othello

Mankind at Playwright's Horizons

Desire/Divinity Project at Judson Memorial Church


Photographer, Videographer, and Multimedia Arts Director

Shin began working on anime, music and film projects professionally during the late 1980s while studying science, math and computer programming at The University of Chicago. He became one of the first instrumental people to bring anime to the US.

Having picked up an extensive knowledge of, as well as developing, analog and digital sound and imaging technologies have allowed him to wear many hats as a producer, post-production specialist and director on various creative endeavors. Some projects include Super Dimensional Fortress Macross, Oh My Goddess!, Bubblegum Crisis, Lupin III, Urusei Yatsura, Vampire Princess Miyu, Lone Wolf and Cub, and  Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles, as well as many VFX and restoration projects for TV, film and archives. Shin has also created dozens of video effects plugins for Autodesk, Adobe and Apple software.

In addition, Shin is a musician who has studied since childhood. After years of playing in bands and theatre and creating writing demos and jingles, he has collaborated with artists such as the J-Pop hitmakers fripSide to create hit singles and theme songs for anime and video game titles. He is the NYC/USA manager for fripSide and other Japanese artists and performers when they visit stateside. 

For InJoy Entertainment, Shin serves as the chief Producer and Engineer for all matters related to audio, music, video and photography.


Vice President of Creative & Strategic Affairs

French Mediterranean born William Welles comes from a rich line of artists and graphic designers. His grandfather, who taught William sketching, painting, photography, and amateur filmmaking, made his living by painstakingly hand-painting letters and graphics for billboards, signs, advertisements, and company logos on the side of trucks in France after surviving World War II. 

After immigrating to America in 1975, William grew up in New York City with his restaurateur family and went on to study screenwriting and film directing, graduating from the School of Visual Arts in 1995. During this time, he also started as an intern and then working for Pictures International/Estrellas Productions, mentored by Enrique Escobar, to help produce American and Latino market television commercials for such clients as: American ExpressVerizonThe Wall Street JournalPedigree dog food, and Chiclets chewing gum, just to name a few.

By 1998, William helped co-found, and soon became Vice President of Creative Affairs, of MODA Entertainment, a multimedia entertainment company. Within his eight year stay there he was additionally the production designer and editor on numerous DVD featurette behind-the-scenes documentaries for classic movies including: Casablanca (1942) – 60th Anniversary Edition, The Pride Of The Yankees (1942)Gaslight (1944), Meet Me In St. Louis (1944)High Noon (1952), and Shane (1953), while also editing and creating innovative photo-animation techniques for the full length documentary The True Gen(released in 2013), about the twenty year friendship between Hollywood icon Gary Cooper and legendary author Ernest Hemingway. Since then, William went on to create and still maintains his nationwide Gothic cultural information website, New Goth City (www.NewGothCity.com), launched on September 13th, 2007.

And now, William is proud to have helped his dear friend, Cindy Sibilsky, in starting her InJoy Entertainment theatrical production company while acting as Vice President of Creative & Strategic Affairs. William also continues to help own, manage and bartend at his family’s landmark French restaurant, Chez Napoléon, which New York City's 3rd oldest classic French restaurant since 1960.


For booking inquiries, please contact Cindy Sibilsky directly via:

Tel: 917-587-1394

Email: cindysibilsky@gmail.com
Skype: cindy.sibilsky
Instagram: @InJoyEntertaiment

For general inquiries: contact@injoyentertainment.com

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