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Jarod Glou (he/him/his) is the Co-Owner, Co-Creative Director, and Business Manager of Tilted Keyboard Studios. Based in the Washington DC-Metro area, Jarod has been involved in theater for twelve years, first, as an actor and singer in over 15 plays and musicals and, more recently, as a director. 


Jarod is the book and script writer of the Tilted Keyboard Duo. After meeting Marc in 2018, their working chemistry was apparent. Over the past few years, they have written multiple original pieces that have helped boost their infatuation with the high quality of work they can produce together. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic, they have created over ten virtual productions to keep the joys of theater prevalent the best they can. Starting Tilted Keyboard Studios only furthers their dreams of one day having a show of their own on Broadway.

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Marc Sokolson (he/him/his) is the Co-Owner, Co-Creative Director, Music Director and Audio Production Manager of Tilted Keyboard Studios. Based in the Greater New York area, Marc has been a part of nearly 20 productions in the last few years, both on stage and in the pit orchestra. As a producer and audio engineer, Marc has worked with several artists to produce albums, as well as singles, cabarets and single-release videos.


Collaborating with Jarod, as Tilted Keyboard Studios, Marc has begun arranging and producing content ranging from original music to virtual covers to a cappella medley music videos in their “In 10 Minutes” series. Creatively, Marc works as the arranger, orchestrator, and composer for TKS. One of Marc’s primary goals is to provide opportunity for those looking for a creative outlet, both during the COVID-19 Pandemic and beyond.

Meet the Production Team:

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Camryn Hafner (she/her/hers) is the Social Media Manager of Tilted Keyboard Studios.  Both onstage and off, Camryn has enjoyed immersing herself in theatre for about 15 years.

Camryn met Jarod and Marc during two separate musicals at UConn. Having watched them each perform in makeshift theaters through illness and injury, it is such an honor to see just how far their passion and creativity have taken them.

She is thrilled to be able to use the random skills she's picked up at work to help foster such immense talent, and she can't wait to see what's next for Tilted Keyboard Studios.

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