Registration for MasterClass in Experience Design & Production

Getting the Best from Our Teams, Giving the Best to Our Audiences

“Kile utilizes his wealth of knowledge and experience to guide students through understanding how to produce meaningful and inspiring experiences by asking thought-provoking questions and providing excellent advice for working with your team.”
Josh C. – Show Lighting Designer, Systems

From initial Client download and the gathering of the team, through concept development, design and the gauntlet of Budget, Time, Construction and Rehearsal – on to Production and First Curtain or Opening Day: the objective of this class is to Master these tools, techniques and practices used to get the absolute best from our teams and from ourselves.

Valuable to creators of all experiences and members of all teams – relevant to myriad project types inside and far beyond the Berm…even at Sea; immersive walkthrough, dark ride, parade, spectacle, theatre, ceremony and celebration, one-off to seasonal to permanent.

Effective techniques and human-based methodologies for the building and inspiring of our thoroughbred teams are dissected and explored:

  • Creative
  • Tech
  • Artists
  • Engineers
  • Designers
  • Writers
  • Directors
  • Performers
  • Managers
  • Coordinators
  • Producers
  • Consultants
  • …even the Suits

Among the skills explored and applied will be:

  • Peer-to-Peer Mentorship
  • Intra- and Inter-cultural communications
  • Pheromonal Collaboration
  • Focused Listening
  • Empowerment and Engendering Trust
  • Managing and Directing in an atmosphere of assiduousness and mutual respect.

There Will Be Homework: with feedback from Kile, from our Peers and from our featured Illustrious Guest Speakers. Our context is that we all have something to learn from one another’s experiences. Bring your questions, bring your challenges as we set aside hierarchical barriers in order to achieve the Best Results.

The class consist of Six, 2-hour sessions on Wednesday mornings or Thursday evenings. The Spring Series begins on March 8 (Wednesday Sessions) and March 9 (Thursday Sessions).

A copy of the textbook is included in the price of the class (US$200 for the Series.)

Class size is limited to 15 in order to assure ample time for each participant to engage.

Join us; it will be fun. Registration information at the bottom of the page.


Step One: would be the email to me ( of your intention to participate. Please provide your contact information (email, phone, school, major, anything else you might want me to know in support of our knowing one another and specifics of the in-class conversations being more relevant to you). IF you are so inclined; a paragraph or two on why you are studying what you are studying, what inspired and inspires you in work and life, would be great. BUT IS NOT REQUIRED. 

Step Two:you will receive your Acceptance Email.

Step Three, then, is to seal the deal by sending your tuition via Venmo (@Kile-Ozier).

Step Four: If you have not already, please establish yourself on WhatsApp; as that will be our primary form of collaboration and conversation, outside of class.

A week before class begins, you will receive a Launch Letter with updated syllabus and any relevant notes, and then we’re off!

Meanwhile, by  WeTransfer you will receive a pdf copy of the book for our class: “In My Experience – Secrets of making ‘em cheer, weep…and sometimes write checks.” You are welcome, of course, to download the digital copy from Apple Books – but If you’re happy scrolling through the pdf, you save $35.00

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You can write or message me anytime and I am happy to take your call.

Looking forward to meeting you. Buckle Up! KO

So: who is Kile Ozier?

Across five decades and four continents, Kile Ozier (The Guy) has connected with audiences of myriad magnitudes and unique levels of emotional intimacy. His ability to connect at unusually deep levels has brought audiences of from 25 to 250,000 to rapt and utter silence as well as spontaneously to their feet in exhilaration and surprise. From Broadway to the Outback, Amsterdam to Arabia, from Yankee Stadium and Wrigley Field to the Washington Mall he has created storytelling theatrical experiences, parades, brand activations and conventions, inaugurals, ceremonies, political campaigns and celebrations for and in tribute to all manner of causes and coalitions…

His sense of time and timing, of how to most effectively communicate a story or create an indelible experience for disparately composed audiences – creating ephemeral moments of unique space and place – have left a legacy of unforgotten experiences in his wake.

He loves to learn and he loves to teach; both of which keep him vibrant and alive through the work; collaborating with other cultures and building multigenerational teams wherein everyone learns and everyone teaches.