Candace co-founded and ran Parade Productions, a theatre company based in Boca Raton,
FL. In addition to handling the business side of the operations, she produced the following acclaimed productions: “Brooklyn Boys,” “The SantaLand Diaries,” “The
Whole Caboodle,” “The Last Schwartz,” and “Undo.” Always an advocate of community,
and support for new artists, the company felt it important to sponsor new works: “The
Wedding Warrior” (which traveled to Scotland and New York), “The Single Mother’s
Society,” “The Gift,” and “Better Than Damned Good,” to name a few.
Most artistic endeavors require sponsorship and/or investors. Not a new concept to Candace, who spear-headed a $1.5M campaign as President of United Jewish Federation. Those years added to strengths in consensus building, leadership, fiscal
responsibility, and strategic planning.
Producing a quality film requires artistic vision. To this, Candace brings her skills as an
actress (on stage, in film, and as a regular on Nickelodeon’s “Talia in the Kitchen”), photographer, journalist, and published humorist.
Perhaps Candace’s biggest addition to Mothership Productions is her enthusiastic belief: that when we connect with characters, they change us. That the characters in
“Milly” have a lot to offer. And, finally, that it’s thrilling to be part of a project that promises the opportunity to do good work with good people.