Notes from Arden
Solidarity forever? I’ve never seen anything so divisive in this town. More to the point, I’ve never seen our community so galvanized against anything. Now, can we coalesce around some solutions, i.e. a tiered income flow being proposed by the likes of Jeff Marlowe, in which actor compensations are determined by fixed percentage of a production’s budget in conjunction with a percentage of its actual revenue?
More Dishing On Community Forums and Arts Neighborhoods, Cabrillo Musical Theatre Lives Again, ISC Gets New Board Members, Watch Out For Those Props, Actors
“Two 16 year-old students, performing in the Kentigern College production of Sweeney Todd, had to be rushed to the hospital on opening night with neck wounds, which they received during the show. There’s not much else to be said here, though I suspect we can safely assume the incident occurred when evil Sweeney, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, “swung his razor high” on a couple of his victims.” — by PAUL BIRCHALL
Got It Covered
“The Alliance urges interested parties to weigh in by posting comments to the IRS on the PAA’s Action Alert page. The responses need to be filed by Wednesday, so there isn’t much time.” — by PAUL BIRCHALL
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Midway through I found myself thinking, in all sincerity, that while it might be alright for Jews to grapple with this shocking display of extreme caricature grounded in recognizable reality, I sure hoped none of the goyim were watching: they might not understand.– BY MYRON MEISEL