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To Join the Union or Not: That is the Question

Local author and playwright, Christopher Johnston expands on findings from CPAC's latest economic impact study, Staging Cleveland:

For Marc Moritz, the decision to join the Actors’ Equity Association (aka, Equity) union was a no-brainer. He’d been acting since he was six and was three years into his theater studies at Kent State University, when he decided it was time to just go pro.

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TV and Radio Are Allies for the Theater Industry

Local author and playwright, Christopher Johnston expands on findings from CPAC's latest economic impact study, Staging Cleveland:

As soon as you hear Leilani Barrett’s rich baritone voice, you know that he was destined to be a Shakespearian actor and do commercial work on the side. Many Cleveland theater actors such as Barrett also work in film, television and commercials for TV or radio or corporate use to increase their income...

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20 Cleveland-area artists drive change for a better tomorrow

Today we release the video interviews with 2013 Creative Workforce Fellows as we accept applications for next year’s awards. Along with all of my colleagues at CPAC and throughout the sector, I believe in the power of arts and culture to drive change and shape better lives. For me, seeing these videos drove that message home in a way that I didn't even realize was such a core part of who I am as a young professional and citizen

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Categories: Artists, community, Cuyahoga, Economy, funding, Investing in Creativity, public policy, resources, Storytelling | comments

The Game’s Not Over Until The Last Out

Every time a batter steps up to the plate and the pitcher throws the baseball, right up to the very last out of the final inning, there’s a chance the game’s outcome will change. And every time someone in the General Assembly introduces a bill, there’s a chance it will change, too.  That can be good or disappointing, depending on perspectives and circumstances. The most important thing is remembering that nothing is final until the last vote.  

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Arts, Culture and the Western Reserve Plan

During his recent State of the County Address, Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald introduced his Western Reserve Plan, a comprehensive effort aimed at advancing Cuyahoga County. The Western Reserve Plan is the first in recent memory to articulate several innovative public policy strategies based on 12 clear goals. Cuyahoga County’s arts and culture sector is uniquely suited to help realize many of them because it is already working to accomplish these goals every day.

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