Chris has been a New York based production electrician for over 25 years. He has worked on thousands of shows; everything from Sony
Playstation to the NBA All-Star Game to Broadway's "12 Angry Men."
Chris realized there was a huge gap between what was actually happening on the show and how it was being payrolled.
He envisioned a small company to provide the labor services with onsite management and eliminate the unnecessary costs to the client,
believing that customer service should be the only concern and that everything else would follow.
In order to fulfill that belief he knew he had to bring in high quality people that knew all aspects of the business but would only be on site as the payroll representative.
Thus, Joe Beck, a talented long time New York production electrician as well as a professional back office staff in New York enables Chris to meet his goals on behalf of clients.
Joe Beck is an industry professional who joined Stage Call, Inc. in 2003. Since then he has provided excellent payrolling and crewing services for numerous clients and events including the Clinton Global Initiative and SAP. He has also provided personal labor services for Survivor and the Apprentice.
Joe has been a production electrician on Broadway for the past two decades. He is the third generation of his family working in the industry. His grandfather started working in the theater in the 1920's. His father, Richard Beck Snr. has worked successfully on both Democratic and Republican conventions as well as several television award shows.
Joe Beck is a seasoned member of IATSE Local One and he is available to assist all clients with reliable and personalized services for their corporate and industry events.
Chris Daly is pleased to join the team at Stage Call Inc. Formally of PRG, Chris spent seven years supervising projects that include Award Shows, the Beijing Olympics, Political Debates and Conventions, the New York Fashion Week, and National Automotive Events. Previous to that, his wide path of work experience ranged from teaching high school Shakespeare to stagehand work at numerous regional theatres and casinos.
Chris brings to the table at Stage Call an in depth knowledge of the industry as well as a highly regarded respect from the professionals that operate at all levels within. He looks forward to working closely with old and new friends alike at a company that is both small enough to give intimate attention and yet large enough to flawlessly execute an event of the grandest scale and staff requirements.