College of Arts and Humanities
Marc Rothschild

Marc Rothschild

Walt Disney World

Marc Rothschild is a proud alumnus of Theatre UCF. He graduated with his BFA in Stage Management in 2000. Following a successful internship with Walt Disney World Entertainment, Marc turned his internship into a career.

Marc began his Disney career as a Stage Manager with the Disney Event Group managing corporate events including stage shows, parties, general sessions, and other industry events. He worked with meeting planners and CEOs from such companies as Domino’s Pizza, McDonalds, Jiffy Lube, and HP. While there, Marc began working with the Disney College Program as both a recruiting partner and mentor. Marc spent time on the road identifying new talent for the program and mentoring them through their Disney experience.

After seven years in convention and special events, Marc set his sights on production. He return to Walt Disney World Entertainment (now named Disney Parks Live Entertainment) in the role of Production Manager in the Show Development and Production department. As a Production Manager, he was responsible for the financials, communication, and logistics for events and new projects throughout the resort. Marc worked on various types of projects including concerts, parades, stage shows, fireworks, character experiences, and signature events. Marc worked in all four theme parks, Disney Cruise Line, and the Tokyo Disneyland Resort. Some of his favorite experiences were launching the Disney Fantasy cruise ship, A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas, and King Triton's Concert.

When Marc returned from Tokyo in the Spring of 2015, he was promoted to Producer for Disney Parks Live Entertainment. For the next three and a half years he was dedicated as the Park Entertainment Producer for Disney's Hollywood Studios. Marc produced numerous offerings at the park including: For the First Time in Forever - A Frozen Sing-along Celebration, Star Wars March of the First Order, Red Carpet Dreams Starring Mickey and Minnie, Star Wars Galactic Nights, Toy Storyland Entertainment, and Disney Junior Dance Party.

Marc continues to produce for Disney Parks Live Entertainment. He is currently back at Tokyo Disneyland as part of the Fantasyland expansion. There he and his team are building a brand new 1,500 indoor proscenium theatre with a spectacular signature Disney stage show slated to open in spring 2020.

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