July 30, 2021

Interview with Emily McGill | The VIP Table #5


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This month's guest is Emily McGill, a tarot reader with a background in broadway, and she's here to give Mike Shea his very own tarot card reading.

 

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Emily McGill

Tarot Reader

Emily McGill is a communications consultant and tarot reader. After nearly a decade and a half working in entertainment in New York City as a storytelling strategist and Broadway publicist, her path of self-exploration led to healing and evolution - and reading tarot cards professionally alongside her communications work.

Emily’s passions are unlocking the magic in others, amplifying unheard voices (inner and otherwise), offering platforms for open dialogue, and creating meaningful experiences while cultivating community. She is the founder of The Pink Tank, a women’s group integrating the personal and the professional, and a co-founder of S.N.O.B. (Sunday Night on Broadway), a monthly Broadway industry dance party. She is also a member of PR collective Spiral5 and a coauthor of their signature course, The Career Rebel’s Guide to Modern PR. Currently in development is Emily’s The Broadway Tarot.

With 20 Broadway credits, Emily has represented the Tony Award-winning productions of A Raisin in the Sun starring Denzel Washington, Memphis, Billy Elliot, and Disney's The Lion King, plus Disney's Aladdin, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School of Rock and CATS, George Takei’s Allegiance, This Is Our Youth, Rock of Ages, Ghost, Elf, and First Date. Since her theatrical start, she’s expanded out to other forms of entertainment, including music, film/TV/streaming, and worked with companies large and small (from Disney, HBO, and Amazon Studios, to boutique talent agencies, internet startups, non-profits and string quartets. Plus male strippers. Yes, male strippers).

Emily’s communications consulting includes the new art form at the intersection of technology and theatre with sister startups Broadway Unlocked and All Together Now.