Play Management promotes two agents to partners

Kalee Harris and Mary Falcon – who represent talent including Jacob Tremblay and Sarah Levy – are tasked with finding "new and inventive ways" to promote talent.

A gents Kalee Harris and Mary Falcon (pictured) have been upped to partners at Play Management Inc.

The duo, who have played an “integral part” in boosting Play’s reputation and cultivating industry relationships across Canada and the U.S. over the past 12 years, will join founding partners Trina Allen, Vickie King and Lena Heidt.

Their clients include Jacob Tremblay (WonderLuca), Sarah Jeffery (CharmedDescendents), Whitney Peak (Gossip Girl), Sarah Levy (Schitt’s Creek),  JayR Tinaco (Swan SongAnother Life) and Emilija Baranac (To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before TrilogyFakes).

“They have both demonstrated exceptional skills in not only managing talent, but their leadership ability and the initiative they have taken within the company itself, has been a tremendous contribution,” Heidt told Playback Daily.

“We all have distinct strengths that we bring to the table, and we have a ton of respect for each other and our respective management styles. We look forward to continuing our collaboration as we find new and inventive ways to promote our talent and grow the brand.”

Harris and Falcon added in a statement, “We started our careers as managers at Play and have loved growing within an amazing female-driven company that has allowed us to expand as managers and given us great support to develop the careers of our clients.”

Play Management was founded in Vancouver in 2006 and has offices in Toronto, and Atlanta.

The agency also recently announced the addition of its content arm Play Media, based in Toronto.

Photos courtesy Play Management