Here’s some good news for your new year. A study published in the Economic Development Quarterly shows that the arts boost urban economies overall. “Economic development in the current century may favor those metropolitan areas that attract the ‘knowledge class,'R
A certain science-fiction movie opened over the weekend, but not every droid wanted to see it. For example, this little guy just wanted to go see Jersey Boys at the AT&T Performing Arts Center in Dallas, Texas.
The U.S. Congress approved a tax law change that would incentivise investment in live theater, much the same way film and TV industries benefit from tax tax benefits. “The tax law change, part of a bill that President Obama is expected to sign, would provide an incentive for inv
We are pleased to announce that John Quiñones will be our keynote speaker at the 2016 Performing Arts Managers Conference (PAMC) in San Antonio, Texas, March 7-9. Quiñones has won seven national Emmy Awards for his Primetime Live, Burning Questions, and 20/20 work. He was awarded an E
Le Comedia theatre in Paris is offering non-French speaking guests glasses that project translations right in front of their eyes. “It’s very similar to Google glasses, except the screen is larger and the words are positioned closer to where you’re looking,” Ca