Bruce Michael is a long time resident of New York City and Southampton, New York. He loves showing off the Hamptons and provides an unforgettable experience that is both informative and entertaining, insuring that the visitor will see the Hamptons like they’ve never seen the fabled resort before. Bruce is able to meet buses passing through the Hamptons for a 1 – 2 day visit, has worked as a step-on guide with the Hampton Jitney and for smaller groups has access to a limousine or smaller bus. He is able to tailor tours to suit the interests of his guests, including shopping the exquisite Villages of the Hamptons, selecting restaurants for lunch or dinner and of course scouting the famous neighborhoods of the rich and famous.
In addition to the Hamptons, Bruce will be launching tours on Long Island’s North Shore including the great mansions and museums that comprise the fabled Gold Coast.
As a licensed tour guide in New York City, Bruce also gives walking tours of Manhattan. His walking tours of Manhattan give the visitor an amazing overview of the most exciting city on earth. Walking tours of Manhattan are tailored to the interests of the visitor getting the most out of a 1 -2 day visit. He is also able to step-on sightseeing buses passing through town. The visitor will never forget their visit to New York City with Bruce Michael.
In conjunction with his work as a Tour Guide, Bruce’s passion for New York real estate has earned him a place in The Corcoran Group’s Multi-Million Dollar Club as an Associate Broker.
Prior to becoming a Broker and a Guide, Bruce Michael was the Vice President/Creative Producer of the Radio City Rockettes. For 15 years, he was responsible for the artistic direction and creative development of the Rockettes, producing many high profile events starring the world famous precision dance company. He conceived and co-created the first touring show for the Rockettes, “The Great Radio City Spectacular” which played in 70 locations throughout the United States and subsequently ran for 5 years at the Flamingo Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas. He also produced many Rockette appearances in special events, galas and television specials including the annual Macy’s Parade, Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting, the Today Show, as well as appearances on the Tony Awards, Daytime Emmy Awards, Night of 100 Stars and Comic Relief. Throughout his tenure at Radio City, Bruce helped preserve the timeless traditions of the Rockettes while expanding the company’s repertoire to encompass new choreography that kept the troupe as fresh and exciting in the 21st Century as they were when they first appeared at Radio City in 1932.
Having produced one of New York’s great attractions and being a member of the Hamptons community for many years, Bruce Michael brings a wealth of experience and joy to all those who have a desire to share in the magic of Long Island and New York City.