PONY SHOW HITCHES TO GAY GUTHRIE IN MIDWEST


Bicoastal Pony Show signs with Gay Guthrey of Gay Guthrey & Associates, Chicago for Midwest representation. Guthrey, who will represent Pony Show along with partner Heather Guillen, boasts an award-winning roster that also includes MJZ and Biscuit Filmworks.

Says Guthrey, “Pony Show is an exciting addition to our unique and aspirational roster of directors. Heather and I could not be more delighted to have them aboard, and we look forward to helping them grow their presence in the Midwest.”

The excitement is mutual as Pony Show partner Jeffrey Frankel added, “Gay and Heather are incredibly effective and have personality coming out of their ears. We’re excited to have them on our side as we take on the Midwest.”

Gay Guthrey grew up on the Upper East side of Manhattan. She began her career as a hedge fund manager, but eventually realized promoting directors was her calling. She is the self-proclaimed ‘Director Whisperer.’

About Pony Show Entertainment

Executive Producers Susan Kirson and Jeffrey Frankel have produced commercials world-wide with a variety of distinguished directors including Peter Berg, Bill Condon, Spike Lee, Luc Besson, Jean-Paul Goude, The Hughes Brothers, James Woods, Bryan Singer, and many more. They opened Pony Show Entertainment in 2005 with the intention of providing clients access to some of the sharpest creative minds in filmmaking today.Pony Show represents a roster of directors from various disciplines, including commercial and feature filmmaking and photography. For more information, visit http://www.ponyshowent.com/
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