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InJoy Entertainment is a New York based LLC founded in 2011 by Cindy Sibilsky. We are committed to sharing the very best of live entertainment, arts & culture with modern audiences and discerning presenters worldwide. InJoy specializes in all aspects of arts, culture and live entertainment, from consulting to show development and producing to Broadway, Off Broadway, USA/UK and international touring to branding, promotions and marketing, and even to reviewing live events.

InJoy specializes in global cultural exchange and accessible, universally appealing entertainment. The company is devoted to bringing the best shows and companies from Europe, South America, the Middle East and Africa to the North and Central American markets and American and international work worldwide to Europe, U.K., Australia, Asia, the Americas and beyond, or call attention to their work through featured reviews and articles.

InJoy focuses on provocative new works for audiences of today and the future with a special knack for unique, cutting edge live entertainment catering to both niche and nontraditional audiences, as well as the mainstream commercial public. InJoy has a diverse and constantly growing roster of clients and shows including: musicals, dance, cirque, plays, cabaret, drag, concerts, curated art shows and performance pieces, and much more. 

InJoy provides the following entertainment industry services:

• Consulting

• Branding, Marketing, Press & Advertising

• Talent, Company & Show Management

• Theaterical & Live Events Producing or Executive Producing

• Tour Producing, Promoting & Regional Representation

• Impresario & Talent Scout for Presenters & Organizations


President & Founder

Cindy Sibilsky has spent her life in the Theatre. She began as a performer at age 4, then progressed to directing and now to producing and marketing theatre and live entertainment, where she’s found her truest calling. She attended American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) which brought her to NYC at age 18. Cindy is a proud member of APAP, ISPA, IPAY, TCG, TRU, The Fringe Society, LPTW and Stage One London.

From 2006-2013, she worked alongside Tony and Moliere Award-winning Broadway and International theatre Producer, Mel Howard. With Howard, she has worked on successful international tours of Broadway sensation Rasta Thomas' Rock the Ballet (internationally and in the USA since 2008), Romeo and Juliet, Tango Pasion, Le Quatuor, 100 Gypsy Violins, Ain't Misbehavin', and more.

In 2011 Cindy Sibilsky formed her own theatrical production company specializing in marketing/advertising and PR, consultancy, and artist/show representation: InJoy Entertainment LLC. InJoy Entertainment has represented the following shows and companies in NYC, USA and/or internationally as Producer/Manager, Tour Producer, Director, Marketing/PR Director or a combination of all, plus many other companies and shows as a consultant:

Austin McCormick’s Company XIV (Snow White, Pinocchio: A Fantasy of Pleasures - Off Broadway/Edinburgh), Rasta Thomas’ Rock the Ballet and Romeo & Juliet (USA/Internationally), Voca People (Off Broadway/USA), Aluminum Show (USA), Nadine Bommer’s Invisiball (USA/Internationally), Jean Claude Van Itallie’s Tibetan Book of the Dead (Rubin Museum of Art), My Grandmother Prayed for Me (Off Broadway), Happy Hooker the Musical (in development for West End/Broadway), 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/US/Internationally), Cirque-tacular (Snowkus Pocus, Spring-a-Ding DING! - Off Broadway/US/Internationally. ExODDus, The Art of Circus - US/Internationally), Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance (Broadway), Break the Tango (US/Internationally).

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 art spaces in the Lower East Side, West Village, NoHo, Brooklyn and the Chelsea art district. Currently, she resides in Ft. Greene, Brooklyn, home to BAM, Theatre for A New Audience, BRIC, and is considered one of the most thriving and diverse arts and cultural communities in the world.

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


Vice Presidentof 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.


Vice President of Business Affairs

Having grown up on Long Island, Brian Rosenblum was exposed to the best performing arts NYC had to offer ever since he was old enough to be allowed in a theater! His passion for music, theater, and the arts stayed with him through college, where he received his bachelors and masters degrees in Voice Performance from Northwestern University and the University of Michigan, respectively. It was during this time that he decided to make the transition into Arts Management and Producing.

Brian began his professional career with AWA Partners where he learned the
ins and outs of the touring Broadway booking business. He used these skills when he later moved on to Columbia Artists Theatricals as their contract manager. His producing career officially began in the Fall of 2014 with the off-Broadway production of The Underclassman, presented by Prospect Theater Company. He continued with Prospect in the winter of 2015 with their off-Broadway production of Long Story Short. He will continue his passion of producing innovative and contemporary works at the New York Music Theater Festival (NYMF) in July 2015 with the Tom Kitt and Friends concert.

Brian brings a wealth of knowledge of the history of theater, as well as
the current state of the arts. He is dedicated to discovering new emerging artists who challenge and expand the boundaries of theater as well as promoting projects that help to bring world class entertainment to audiences.


For any booking inquiries, please feel free to contact Cindy Sibilsky directly via:

Tel: 940-368-0512
Email: cindysibilsky@gmail.com
Skype: cindy.sibilsky
Instagram: @InJoyEntertaiment


Twitter: @injoyentertains

For general inquiries: contact@injoyentertainment.com

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