Production Resource Group (PRG) is the world's leading provider of entertainment and event technology and production services to a wide range of markets, including corporate events, concerts, special events, theater, television, film, and installations, such as theme parks, museums, retail stores and performing arts centers.
As an established global leader with a culture that balances creativity and pragmatic engineering, PRG continues to drive innovation in entertainment. PRG sets itself apart through the thoughtful integration of traditional technologies such as audio, video, lighting, rigging and staging, with the latest innovations including video projection mapping, interactive content systems, and virtual events.
To this technology, we add the most experienced people in the industry. Our wealth of expertise allows us provide creative solutions that elegantly integrate state-of-the-art technology with the realities of budgets and schedules.
PRG is a premium, full-solution entertainment and event technology company with a proven track record and over 40 offices in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Since 1995, we have built an unrivaled reputation for excellence and earned the confidence of our clients. - SEE WHAT WE CAN DO…
Production Resource Group is a partner of choice for the a leading entertainment and event producers, designers, and creative talents.
PRG’s growth as a company has paralleled the development of modern technology in the live entertainment industry. Founded in 1982 by Jere Harris as Jeremiah J. Harris Associates, and later renamed Harris Production Services, the company was joined two years later by Scenic Technologies, founded to develop new scenic fabrication and automation techniques for the live entertainment market. Landmarks of those early years include the long-running musical production The Phantom of the Opera (1988), which featured the debut of the patented Stage Command® motion control system, and EFX (1995) at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, which was produced by Harris, and with a budget of $45 million, was one of the largest theatrical shows at the time.