Mission Statement

It is our intention to build a LEED platinum certified building that will house a movement and connect a number of organizations and networks that will be devoted to growing the local entertainment and education of its community in order to make Houston, Texas, America, and the world, a better place to live, grow, and create.

I received some good advice this year, "Mark, do what you can do now." That simple philosophy has resulted in a year in which I;  composed a song, recorded it, and submitted it to the John Lennon songwriting competition, created this company and website, produced a concert, won best actor in the Houston film race and appeared in another short film for Art Institute Houston, and the list continues to grow. So with that in mind, we intend on making the animated series Blue Hair & Baked Alaska a reality. Maybe its success will be the first step in funding Entropy X's center for the arts.
Creative Team / Testimonials (no specific order)

Michelle Fitzgerald is a triple National Daytime Emmy Award winning and five time Emmy Award nominated Producer with over 17 years of experience in the Film & Television industry. Michelle is an expert in concept development to target specific demographics for any project. She has extensive experience in all facets of programming and production. Michelle has excelled as a producer and casting director on both cable, national, and international television shows on the FOX, CBS, ABC, NBC, VH1, MTV, Disney, and PAX networks. Michelle’s vast experience coupled with her outgoing personality combine to create a relaxed yet professional working environment whether she’s directing seasoned veteran actors or first time talent in front of the camera.

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I feel that a facility like Entropy X is very needed in the Houston area and support the efforts 100%. It would be great to have studio and office space available on a long term or project to project basis here in Houston. Michelle Fitzgerald


Jay Hickman will serve as Public Relations Director for Entropy X.
In addition to long and successful career as an actor and singer, Jay has worked as a professional communicator for close to a decade.  He brings to Entropy X a rich foundation of experience in public relations, media relations, community relations and branding for numerous nonprofit organizations, as well as educational institutions, restaurants and performing arts venues, among other.  In collaboration with the marketing department, Jay will oversee branding and awareness initiatives for Entropy X through aggressive media relations (local and national), written communications, social media strategy, copywriting and creative direction for promotional videos and ads, media tours, event launches and crisis communications. 

Please let me know if you need additional detail, and I'm glad to provide.
Look forward to seeing what's next!

Your friend,

Jay H.


Joshua Wright Joshua graduated with honors in 2007 from the University of Houston, earning his B.A. in Theatre. He received his Master's of Music (Vocal Performance) from New York University in 2011. A Texas native, Josh has worked professionally with Houston Shakespeare Festival, Houston Children’s Theatre Festival, T.U.T.S., Theatre LaB Houston, Main Street Theater, The (late) Great Caruso, Masquerade Theatre, Lyric Stage, Flower Mound Performing Arts Theatre, and Garland Summer Musicals. New York credits include Periwinkle National Theatre—Halfway There, York Theatre—Maybe Some Day: A Fable (reading) and at NYU—Down in the Valley/Coffee Cantata, The Fix, Hotel for Criminals, Fiorello!, Fiddler on the Roof, and Love’s Fire. Some favorite roles include: Theatre LaB—tick, tick…BOOM! (Jon), China: The Whole Enchilada (Eric), Gutenberg: The Musical!(Doug), and I Sing! (Alan); Masquerade—Once Upon a Mattress (Jester), A New Brain (Minister), and The Wild Party (Max); Great Caruso—Forever Plaid (Frankie). Visit JoshuaWrightOnline.com.

"I think 'Entropy X' is exactly the kind of place Houston needs. It epitomizes what Houston is and what it has to offer--an eclectic mish-mosh of many different people, styles, backgrounds, and ideas. My goal for 'Entropy X' is to have a place where artists want to be because we are a company that not only conducts itself professionally, but treats/pays the various talent the money they work so hard for. I have many ideas for the immediate and long-term future of 'Entropy X' as an integral part of the community. This is it! We are here to stay!"