Los Angeles, CA – December 10, 2008 – SenovvA, a leading provider of innovative video display solutions based in Los Angeles, announced today that it has appointed three experienced industry leaders to its Board of Directors.
As a result of continued growth, SenovvA has expanded its Board to seven members. The new members joining the Board are:
“We are very excited to have these three individuals on our Board,” said SenovvAʼs president, Mark D. West. “Each contributes industry and business knowledge that is invaluable to us. Their contributions will enable our team to build on the success we have achieved in our first three years of business.”
Ms. Lombard has been a solo practitioner for ten years, specializing in television, music and musical theatre. She has performed legal services in connection with programming for USA, NBC, PBS, Fox, MTV Tr3s and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. She is legal counsel to several companies specializing in live events and musical theatre.
Ms. Lombard currently provides legal production counsel to McCoy Rigby Entertainment, executive producers of the national tours of Jesus Christ Superstar staring Carl Anderson, Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby, Camelot starring Lou Diamond Phillips and the national tour of Happy Days.
Mr. Kimbell has received the Elliot Norton Award and the New England Theatre Conference Award for Outstanding Achievement in The American Theatre, Salem State Collegeʼs Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Moss Hart Award for his musical adaptation of A Christmas Carol. In 2006, Mr. Kimbell accepted the Kenneth A MacDonald Award for Theatre Excellence presented by the Independent Reviewers of New England, and the Town of Danvers honored him with the 2007 Drum Major of Justice Award for his leadership in promoting tolerance.
Mr. Kimbell has been involved in the development of 60 new musicals and premieres. Active in the theater community, Mr. Kimbell currently serves on the Board of the National Music Theatre Network, concentrating on the New York Music Theatre Festival. For the past 25 years, he was president and treasurer of the Council of Stock Theaters, and has served as a panelist and evaluator for the National Endowment for the Arts, the New Hampshire Commission on the Arts, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Maine State Council on the Arts and Humanities, the Ohio Arts Council, and the Cultural Arts Council of Houston.
Mr. Kroeber produced the feature film American Gun, distributed by IFC Films and Pathe International, through his company Kish Productions. With co-writer/director Aric Avelino, he assembled a cast that includes Academy Award winners Marcia Gay Harden and Forest Whitaker, as well as Donald Sutherland. The film was nominated for three Independent Spirit Awards, including a nomination for Kroeber for Best Feature of 2006. His next project was Four Sheets to the Wind, directed by Annenberg Fellow and NHK Finalist Sterlin Harjo, which debuted in the Dramatic Competition of the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, and garnered a Special Jury Prize for Acting.
In current release is the genre thriller Splinter, the feature debut of Toby Wilkins, distributed by Magnet Releasing and ContentFilm International. Splinter won six awards at the Screamfest Horror Film Festival 2008 including Best Picture.
A producer of nine short films, Kroeber worked for Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Marty Katz Productions, and Paramount Pictures at Cruise/Wagner Productions. He has worked on commercials, shorts, and features as a first assistant director, production manager, and line producer. Additionally, Kroeber has helped produce live events for clients including the Elton John AIDS Foundation and DreamWorks.