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Column 70 – Ask Bob Blume – Inside look at an ongoing theater rehearsal with guest Melissa Rakiro Welcome everyone, it’s “Ask Bob Blume, A weekly visual column with a summary that discusses issues relevant to today’s entertainment industry and appears exclusively here on Times Square Chronicles. I am your host Bob Blume and president …

BroadwayWorld is making contact with theaters nationwide as they prepare to reopen this summer. Next in our series, we meet the executive director of the Steppenwolf Theater Company, E. Brooke Flanagan. Yesterday Steppenwolf Theater Company announced a new leadership model, appointing two ensemble members Glenn Davis and Audrey Francis as new artistic directors of the …

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Public Theater returns to the stage inside the Gordon Square Theater this fall. CPT, winner of the 2020 National Theater Conference Outstanding Theater Award, unveiled its 2021-22 season lineup on Monday after last season was disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. “The Cleveland Public Theater brings people together. The strength of …

Los Angeles theater collective Artists at Play and Asian Pacific American Friends of Theater announce the creation of the APAFT & AAP Emerging Playwright Commission, which will award $ 1,000 to an emerging playwright of Asian-American descent. Artistic direction of Artists at Play and members of APAFT’s Artistic Advisory Board examined an exciting range of …

When the Paycheck Protection Program started receiving loan applications on April 3, its promise was something most restaurants and bars were looking for: a lifeline in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and a chance to pursue the dream. to own your own small business. Like many others in San Francisco, Monk’s Kettle owners Nat …

When the Paycheck Protection Program started receiving loan applications on April 3, its promise was something most restaurants and bars were looking for: a lifeline in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and a chance to pursue the dream. to own your own small business. Like many others in San Francisco, Monk’s Kettle owners Nat …

President-elect Joe Biden (Photo by Lance King / Getty Images) Getty Images The election of Joe Biden has sparked enthusiasm among student borrowers. However, it is important to separate fact from fiction. Here’s what you need to know. Student loans When Biden becomes president on January 20, 2021, there is a lot of anticipation about …

President-elect Joe Biden (Photo by Lance King / Getty Images) Getty Images The election of Joe Biden has sparked enthusiasm among student borrowers. However, it is important to separate fact from fiction. Here’s what you need to know. Student loans When Biden becomes president on January 20, 2021, there is a lot of anticipation about …

Those who are ready to submit Paycheque Protection Program loan forgiveness requests can now do this. the Small business management announced Wednesday August 12 the opening of online portals for lenders willing to file loan forgiveness requests on behalf of PPP borrowers. While some borrowers have used up all of their funds over the past …

After repaying a $ 10 million payment protection program (PPP) loan in April, Chicago-based Potbelly secured a second PPP loan. Potbelly, the struggling sandwich chain that opened its first restaurant in 1977 in Lincoln Park, received a $ 10 million loan on August 7. according to Crain’s. In April (for the first round of the …