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Jarrod Carland is an Australian creative director, establishing successful design agency Studio Jack in 2008. Studio Jack works with some of Australia's top tier brands. He has also been involved in the entertainment industry as a producer, working on a variety of events and productions, from festivals to musical theatre productions and large scale concert events.
Prior to 2008, Carland trained and worked in General Management with Laura Green in New York on Broadway, working on the Broadway productions of The Producers and Hairspray, culminating in working as assistant to Mel Brooks for the Broadway production and cast recording of The New Mel Brooks Musical: Young Frankenstein, which opened on Broadway on November 8, 2007. The production was a musical with a book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan and music and lyrics by Mel Brooks. It was directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman, and starred Roger Bart as Frankenstein, Megan Mullally as Elizabeth, Christopher Fitzgerald as Igor, Sutton Foster as Inga, Andrea Martin as Frau Blucher, Shuler Hensley as The Monster, and Fred Applegate as Inspector Kemp. Sets were designed by Robin Wagner and costumes by William Ivey Long; orchestrations were by Doug Besterman.
Prior to working in New York, Jarrod Carland performed for a number of years, best known for musical theatre roles such as Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny in The Phantom of the Opera, Munkustrap in Cats, Danny Zuko in Grease, and Steve Baker in Show Boat at London's Royal Albert Hall, to name a few.