UB Productions was founded by Roy
Szuper in 1996. The first production, titled "My Wave," was
a half hour sketch comedy pilot featuring an eclectic writing and acting
ensemble. A half hour news forum on Federal Mandatory Minimum Prison
Sentences followed in 1997. 1998 saw UB Productions' first film project
as well as the beginning of a two year journey into the New York City
music scene in the form of "Concert Joe: A New York Story."
The millennium brought UB Productions towards a new vision: a collaboration
with Yoel Ben Simhon and his Sultana Ensemble, a multi-cultural musical
experience. Also featured were UB regulars Christopher Koons contributing
with his visual prowess, Tone Vazquez with his all encompassing energy,
Ryan Martone with his guitar and bass talents, and newcomer, Kyle Scott
with his keen musical sensibilities.
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