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$78,000 of Debt for a Harvard Theater Degree

The New York Times: What is a degree in theater really worth? If you asked L.A. resident Katirose Donohue who attended Harvard’s graduate theater program, she’d probably say, “more than a pretty penny”… except at Harvard you don’t actually get... Continue Reading →


Actors’ Equity President on New NEA Proposal

Press Release: Kate Shindle, President of Actors' Equity Association, the national labor union representing professional actors and stage managers, released the following statement in reaction to President Trump’s proposed budget for 2018. The new budget plan again proposes to close... Continue Reading →

Controversial “Mosque Alert” Play Opens in Chicago

"Mosque Alert," a bold new play by award winning playwright Jamil Khoury, will receive a professional world premiere production, this Spring, from March 24 to May 1, 2016 at Silk Road Rising in The Historic Chicago Temple Building, 77 W. Washington... Continue Reading →

David in Valhalla: “An Eclipse of Ships” at SXSW Today March 12th

"David J is the Avant of the Avant-garde." –Perry Farrell, Jane’s Addiction David J, a British artist and something of a Renaissance man, makes his SXSW debut, premiering his upcoming 2014 album, An Eclipse of Ships. Selected by Spin magazine as a... Continue Reading →

Entertainment News: Cast & Crew Launches Financial Services Division

On a technical note... Cast & Crew Entertainment Services, a leading provider of payroll services serving the entertainment industry for nearly four decades, has expanded its services by establishing Cast & Crew Financial Services, LLC, it was announced today by... Continue Reading →

Annual Make-Up and Hair Stylists Guild Awards

Yesterday the Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild's President Susan Cabral-Ebert announced nominations for the 2014 Annual Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards in 14 Categories. Winners will be announced at the 2014 Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild (IATSE... Continue Reading →

Downtown New Orleans Sees An Historic ‘Italian’ Restoration

City Celebrates Return of Iconic Saenger Theatre to Downtown New Orleans Historic Theatre Reopens Doors after $52 Million Restoration Built in 1927 by noted New Orleans architect Emile Weil, the Saenger Theatre is a remarkable example of Italian Renaissance architecture... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Chef David Myers Star Rises Even Higher

Last week's preview tasting of Chef David Myers latest and yet unnamed restaurant, to be showcased in one of LA's premiere "ivory towers",  THE CENTURY,  in Century City, California, certainly proved that he most definitely knows how to parlay his... Continue Reading →

Crowd Funding Makes Fan-Based Pro Football Team Ownership a Reality

"The future of fan-based team ownership is racing toward us at light speed!  A-11 FOOTBALL LEAGUE’S FAN-BASED OWNERSHIP IS ON THE HORIZON WITH CROWD FUNDING." “Growing up, many football fans dreamt of playing or coaching pro football, and they also... Continue Reading →

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