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Situation Interactive

469 7Th Ave Ste. 1300.

New York City, New York, 10018

United States

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About Situation Interactive Situation Interactive is a digital marketing agency located in NYC that specializes in experiential brands. Founded on the idea that the world is a better place when people are doing rather than having, Situation proudly powers bran...more

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Director of Marketing

City Theatre Company


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Jeremy Kraus
Jeremy Kraus Executive Director, Client Services


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Jeremy Kraus
Executive Director of Client Services Since 2008, Jeremy has been instrumental in providing superior service to Situation's valued clients. His energy is unstoppable, with our analytics showing that approximately 85% of Situation emails sent in the middle of the night are from Jeremy. He's responsible for aligning our internal team with client objectives, assisting in the development and oversight of client-facing reporting and procedures, the acquisition of new clients and projects, and rooting for the Yankees. Jeremy Kraus Director of Client Services Since 2008, Jeremy has been instrumental in providing superior service to Situation's valued clients. His energy in unstoppable, with our analytics showing that approximately 85% of Situation emails sent in the middle of the night are from Jeremy. He's responsible for aligning our internal team with client objectives, assisting in the development and oversight of client-facing reporting and procedures, the acquisition of new clients and projects, and rooting for the Yankees.


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Jeremy Kraus x230Director of Marketing jkraus@citytheatrecompany.org


Situation Interactive | Insights | THE MOBILE TRUTH – October 8, 2015

JEREMY KRAUS
Executive Director of Client Services


'Muckle Man' started as a Webbed creature

Today's case in point is Jeremy Kraus, City Theatre director of marketing, who has to come up with campaigns for one of the toughest sells -- new plays about which no one knows anything in advance, such as City Theatre's focus this year, its New American Trio.And no one knew what to make of even the title of the first new play, "The Muckle Man."Kraus has had his job only since an interim try-out after the previous incumbent, Lisa Remby, left last February.Kraus obviously did well, since City chiefs Tracy Brigden and Greg Quinlan intended to do a national search when the frenzy died down but instead gave Kraus the job full-time last summer.Kraus is a New Yorker who still roots for the Yankees.He went to the "Fame" high school, and after college at SUNY-Binghampton, he worked administratively for New York's Blue Light Theater and Manhattan Theater Club.In summer 2003, he came to Pittsburgh when his wife, Joyce Brown, started an internship at Allegheny General Hospital.They feared they were moving to a cultural dead end but discovered otherwise.Kraus knew Brigden from when she had directed at Blue Light, and she gave him a job as City's director of operations and events.Maybe his rise hasn't been quite as meteoric as Mike Tomlin's, but Kraus isn't even that old.For "Honus," it was sports and families, and Kraus helped engineer tie-ins with the Pirates, Pitt Panthers, Dick's Sporting Goods and the Sports Museum; for "Good Body," it was author Eve Ensler's V-Day movement and women's groups; for "Picasso," which had few tickets to sell, since it was in the Hamburg Studio, it was art galleries and museums; and for "Catechism," it's Catholics (and huge word of mouth).Kraus started by reading the play, a theatrically unusual mystery-horror-sci-fi mix familiar on the big or small screens, where such genres have built-in audiences.wondered Kraus."Comic-book fans, video-game players, Web and TV junkies and movie fanatics -- what ties them together?And drawing on his previous City job as director of events, Kraus has also helped plan showcases for local comic-book vendors and various appearances by Aguirre-Sacasa.


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