"Students want to come out here," Ithaca in L.A. program director Stephen Tropiano says, "but it was difficult managing that as an East Coast school." Having a presence in L.A. makes the jump less…
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Talent agent Barry Rick, founder of the commercial talent agency BRick Entertainment, died Oct. 16 of complications of renal failure in Bethesda, Md. He was 63.
Emile Gladstone and Paul Alan Smith have been promoted to co-heads of the feature department at the Broder-Webb-Chervin-Silbermann Agency.
Dr. Stephen Langley, an educator, author, theater manager and founder of one of the first graduate-level programs in arts management in the U.S., died of respiratory heart failure Saturday at Long…
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