Our Team:

 

John Armstrong (COO)

John is a native of Indiana and is an '02 and '07 alumni of Indiana University.  Having started in vocal performance at the Jacob's School of Music, John later found his passion for musical theatre and classical acting.  In 2014, he became chief operating officer of Pigasus Pictures, LLC, and producer of its first feature film The Good Catholic.  John has worked as a performer, instructor, teaching artist, and professor of acting, musical theatre, and voice in professional theatres and training institutions across the US and continues to coach business professionals on voice, speech, executive presence, and accent modification.  

ZacharY Spicer (CEO)

Zachary grew up in small town Indiana, studied Archaeology & Literature at Indiana University before moving to New York to attend Circle in the Square Theatre School.
BROADWAY: Macbeth (Park Ave Armory dir. Kenneth Branagh), Wit* TONY nom. (Manhattan Theatre Club dir. Lynne Meadow), OFF-BROADWAY: You Never Can Tell (Pearl Theatre), Man & Superman (Irish Rep Theatre), The Whipping Man (Manhattan Theatre Club), ANIMUS: Tennessee Williams Shorts (Theatre Row dir. Matthew Lillard), Dutch Heart of Man (Cherry Lane Theatre dir. Alan Langdon). TV: Antihero, Masters of None, Gotham, Blue Bloods, Louie, Law & Order SVU. FILM: The Good Catholic (dir. Paul Shoulberg) & upcoming Let it Go. Zachary is a company member at ANIMUS. Recipient of the NUVO Cultural Visionary Award.
 

Bryan Guadagno (CFO)

Bryan is managing partner of Jordan River Associates, a consulting and investing firm focused on small businesses and early stage companies.  He brings years of experience in finance and strategic planning to the Pigasus team and is acting CFO for the company.  Bryan also serves on the boards of the Indiana University Alumni Association in New York City and the Young Shipping Professionals of New York.  Bryan graduated from Indiana University with a concentration in Finance.

Kaitlyn SMith (Lead administrator)

Kaitlyn, a St. Louis native, just moved to New York City in August after graduating with highest distinction with a B.F.A. degree at Indiana University. At IU, she studied performance and choreography in musical theatre as well as discovered a love for event planning, management, and administration.  She was artistic director of the student theatre group University Players, director of the Hoosier Tap Company, and director of the Hutton Honors Council Association. She was featured in Indiana University's Alumni Magazine article "The Next Ten" for being one of IU's most amazing and promising students in 2015. Kaitlyn has worked regionally as a performer and just recently became part of the dance faculty at the National Dance Institute in New York City founded by Jacques d’Amboise.