Your ideas brought to life – just ask us. Make Lipari Production Group your go-to team for comprehensive production management. You dream it – we’ll make it happen: on time, on budget and with the creative flair that will set your event apart.
We provide production and consultation services for a diverse range of clients, from corporate to fashion to social to not-for-profit. Whether it’s a product launch, an editor preview, a street marketing activity, a fashion production, or a gala benefit, we specialize in realizing the unexpected.
And for non-profits – we’ll handle the production and give you direction and ideas on how to make your event more engaging and entertaining – freeing up your fundraising team to focus on what they do best.
At LPG, our staff collaborates with the best and brightest talent available to build a team you can trust to handle every detail of your project. Our vast database of unique resources allows us to create and manage events that leave a lasting impression that is sure to enhance your brand.
Founder and owner Chris Lipari began his professional career as a dancer and figure skater, performing at Radio City, in Las Vegas, Australia, Tokyo and, yes, Saudi Arabia (where the ice is plastic). Combined, Chris’ performing talents, business acumen, get-it-done drive and innate creativity have made him a sought-after producer. With more than 20 years of production and event experience in both the for- and the not-for-profit sectors, he has helmed his own firm for the past 11 years.
Chris has produced events ranging from fund-raisers on a beach for 4,000 guests, benefits starring Whoopi Goldberg and Gloria Estefan, “K9K” walks across the Brooklyn Bridge for the Animal Cancer Foundation, global satellite teleconferences, live fashion shows at Grand Central Terminal featuring couture creations made from salad ingredients, and eight consecutive “Miscast” Galas featuring a multitude of Broadway stars. He has also been the on-the-ground field producer for the live world television broadcast of the “ball drop” on New Year’s Eve in Times Square.