THE CAMELBACK KID (TCK), headquartered in Phoenix, is an entertainment production company of theater, cabaret, TV, and film projects.
TCK's New York City production roster for 2011 includes the Off-Broadway premieres of "Carol Channing" In Concert, "H": Hamilton or Honour (starring Mark Robert Gordon in his one-man play about Alexander Hamilton), Hollywood icon Rip Taylor's 1-man show, Some Greeks Are NOT In The Restaurant Business (actor/comedian Greg Lewis' 1-man show), and TV Unplugged! (an audience interactive live celebration of television featuring a rotating cast of TV stars). TCK is also the lead producer of the concert TV Hit Parade (co-created by Tony Award-winner Martin Charnin and Keith Levenson and featuring a rotating cast of former and current TV stars celebrating the history of TV theme songs).
TCK is one of the producers of the film 21/2 Jews, scheduled to commence filming in 2011 and adapted from the one-time long-running Off-Broadway play of the same title; TCK is also a principal producer of regional productions of the play.
TCK's booking division licenses presentations of TCK's own projects as well as a number of other plays and concerts, most of which either feature celebrity performers or have enjoyed notable New York productions.
TCK serves as the Director of Theatrical Programming and Resident Theater Production Company and/or manages several venues in NYC and Florida.
TCK's founder Mark Robert Gordon was born and raised in Phoenix, a city towered over by the majestic Camelback Mountain.
The creative spirit of adult artists stems from childhood dreams and imaginations fostered on the playground. Sometimes, childhood dreams come true. . .LET'S PLAY!