Molly is a Technical Producer and Project Manager based in New York City. With 6+ years of experience, Molly is a leading production partner in the entertainment industry and has worked in all areas of the entertainment field specializing in large-scale events, activations, television, and theatrical experiences.
For over 3 years, she served as a Digital Printing Specialist and Project Manager at Rose Brand spearheading the launch of a new product line for wide format fabric printing. During her time there she worked with clients such as Louis Vuitton, Tommy Hilfiger, Target, and Disney and had the opportunity to form lifelong industry relationships with her partners.
On set, Molly has worked as a Production Assistant in the Art Department of the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,
assisting Production Designers on various on and off-site shoots and establishing an inventory system. Behind the scenes, she has worked at Public Theater, Production Glue, Wonder Works Design in various rolls from carpenter to an assistant Production Designer. She has also worked alongside Project Managers at Showman Fabricators overseeing and executing various large scale projects for Best Buy, Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris, and Chopped.
She is a graduate of Boston University's College of Fine Arts in the School of Theatre. Molly was the 2017 recipient of the Chuck Giles Award for Excellence in Technical Production.
Currently, she is a Freelance Producer with Civic Entertainment Group on a project collaborating with HBO.
Molly Block Productions provides full service technical producing from pre production to installation to post production. Having a fabrication background, Molly has established creative, technical, and vendor-client relationships with over one-hundred shops, installers, and venues across the country that she brings in to every project she touches. By being a strong technical and creative resource she is able to keep the project on schedule and within budget, and seeing the client's visions come to life while making sure any technical or financial limitations do not obstruct the final result.
She is passionate about mentoring and helping young women into the arts. Molly was invited to speak at Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School with the female theatre students about her experiences overcoming working in a male dominated industry. She continues to work towards helping women have a voice. She is currently developing a female mentorship program starting in high school through college in New York City.
Molly was chosen by Boston University as the student spotlight to discuss her experiences in the School of Theatre as a Design & Production student Class of 17'.