Jennifer Vogt

President, Creative Content and Productions

The Madison Square Garden Company

As President of Creative Content and Productions for The Madison Square Garden Company, Jennifer Vogt is responsible for overseeing content strategy, content development and production for the Company’s state-of-the-art MSG Sphere entertainment venues, as well as MSG’s core production assets, including the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and the Radio City Rockettes.

Ms. Vogt leads the overall creative strategy for the Company’s new MSG Sphere venues, including the creation of immersive content for MSG Sphere attractions, as well as other commercial clients. To help drive this initiative, she is overseeing the development of a set of tools that will enable artists, creators and educators to maximize the potential of the venue’s immersive technologies. Ms. Vogt also manages all aspects of the Company’s existing proprietary productions and related brands, including the continued growth of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, and the strategic evolution of the Radio City Rockettes brand. In addition to content creation, she is responsible for overseeing the artistic direction, marketing and production of the Company’s shows, as well as optimizing all related opportunities across ticket sales, food and beverage, merchandising and marketing partnerships.

Ms. Vogt has more than two decades of world-class, diverse entertainment industry experience.  Before joining MSG in 2019, she was a Show Design and Production Executive at Walt Disney Imagineering for Star Wars, “Galaxy’s Edge,” Disney’s largest single-themed land expansion in history. Prior to Disney, Ms. Vogt worked as a management consultant for DreamWorks Animation, where she played an instrumental role in the successful formation of Oriental DreamWorks, and managed the financial integration of two acquisitions, Classic Media and Awesomeness TV. Her prior experience also includes a number of finance, consulting and internal audit positions of increasing responsibility at KPMG, DreamWorks Animation, and Hewlett Packard Company. For the first decade of her career, Ms. Vogt ran her own entertainment design company, working with major studios and Broadway production companies to conceive, design and execute more than 150 feature films, broadcast TV, live theater, themed entertainment and international productions.

Ms. Vogt is a Member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She has been recognized by the industry with numerous design awards and nominations, including an Art Directors Guild Award for the 73rd Academy Awards; an Emmy Award (team member) and Emmy nomination; and two Tony Awards (team member) for Peter Pan and Not About Nightingales.

Ms. Vogt holds a dual BFA and MFA from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, and an MBA from the Graduate School of Management at University of California, Davis.