Jeffrey D Ault 

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An entertainment professional for over twenty-five years, Jeffrey has worked worldwide in radio, theater, film, television and corporate production. He is a native of Southern California and attended Mater Dei High School and Cal State Fullerton. Jeffrey began his career in 1983 for Disney Entertainment working on parades, theme park show support, special events (including the 1984 Olympic Celebration), radio remote broadcasts and network television specials.  Other highlights include stints with Six Flags Over Georgia, Andros Films and sitting on the Orange County Cultural Review Board for three years.

As owner of Illusion Scenic, a management and design company for ten years, he managed dozens of entertainment projects for corporations traveling to 28 states, Bermuda, the Virgin Islands and Europe.  During that span, he had the pleasure of providing show support for singers Tony Bennett, Aaron Neville, Sara Evans, Smokey Robinson, and the well known political figures President George H. Bush, General Colin Powell, George Stephanopolis, James Carville and British Prime Minister John Major.

Jeffrey also managed the completion of the $12 million dollar restoration of the historic Athens Theatre in downtown DeLand, Florida. The 1921 historic vaudeville house reopened January 6, 2009 as a centerpiece for the city. 

As a theatrical producer and director, his credits include over one-hundred productions nationally, including the world premiere‘s of Beyond the Orange Sky, Dead Dogs Don’t Fart, and the Civil War Musical Dear Emma; as well as revivals of Deathtrap, Wizard of Oz, Seussical, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Sound of Music, Mikado and Pirates of Penzance. Jeffrey’s numerous film and tv credits include Steal the Scene, Comedy Night School, Ironies, Oliver Twisted, and Sara’s Choice.

Jeffrey is currently producing Media content for several corporate clients as well as producing live events. During the summer months, he is the Artistic Director for the Camp Matoaka summer theatrical program in Smithfield, Maine.