About Shout Chicago
Jill Evans always strives for excellence - beginning at her local Dairy Queen where she claimed top honors and the coveted "Golden Pin" for making the perfect 8 oz. ice cream cone, swirl included. Click to read more.
Evans is a public relations specialist with nearly ten years of experience in the arts and entertainment industry. She is proud to have led several publicity campaigns including the New York City Ballet’s first return to Chicago in 26 years, the annual SOFA (Sculptural Objects Functional Art) show at Navy Pier, the world premiere of Cirque Shanghai, Cirque du Soleil’s Delirium, and countless others. Evans’ work on Dance Chicago (1999), New York City Ballet (2006) and Cirque Shanghai (2006) earned her recognition at the annual Publicity Club of Chicago Golden Trumpet Award ceremony. In 2003 she wrote an informative essay for PerformInk’s annual publication of The Book: An Actors Guide to Chicago. Evans is also a regular speaker for the Chicago Canadian Consulate’s various artist workshops and currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Chicago Teen Museum.
James Juliano knows how to be a leader - starting at the age of 15 as the youngest assistant manager in the history of Rose's Hallmark in Shelton, CT. Click to read more.
Juliano has spent the last fifteen years working in some capacity of the entertainment and leisure industry, he has solid experience and a vivid imagination. He has contributed to marketing and/or media relations campaigns with budgets of all sizes for a variety of international, national and local clients. A few of the hundreds Juliano has worked with include Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Blue Man Group, Ute Lemper, the Maly Theater of St. Petersburg, STOMP, They Might Be Giants and Barry Manilow’s Chicago-producing debut. Juliano enjoys the relationships, challenges and the opportunities that these clients have offered him and is proud to share a Golden Trumpet award for his marketing efforts on the 2002 production Bombitty of Errors. He also enjoys film and Chicago’s rich restaurant scene as much as its entertainment offerings.