USC Cinematic Arts

Roger Parent has been involved in the entertainment industry since the early seventies. He has worked on 5,000 shows (in America, Europe and Asia) as Technical Director, Designer or Producer. 

In the last twenty years he has collaborated as Executive Producer to secure the Cirque du Soleil presence in Las Vegas for both 'Nouvelle Experience' at the Mirage and 'Mystere' at Treasure Island. He was also in charge of production for 'Alegria', 'Saltimbanco', and 'Fascination' in North America and Japan. Since his departure from Cirque du Soleil in 1994, Roger has worked on several concepts for Caesars, MGM and Luxor.

His talent was expressed with Miralda (from Spain) in Germany at the Expo 2000 Food Pavilion and Francois Cofino in France, England, Austrailia and Japan on spectacular exhibitions.  

He helped to build a theater in Maui as produced 'Ulalnea'; acclaimed by visitors and Hawaiians as "a riveting show on the story and mythology of the Hawaiian Islands".

With long term collaborator Robert Massicotte, he worked ont hte 'Black and Blue World Tour' of the Backstreet Boys.

Roger Parent lives and works in Montreal, Canada where he heads