UCLA TFT Alumni Newsletter - October 21, 2016
UCLA TFT Alumni Newsletter
October 21, 2016
Welcome to the TFT Alumni Newsletter 
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News and TFT Alumni Events
TFT's New Play Festival
CHEAP LAUGHS
By Josh Segal, Guest Director Roxie Perkins
Van Macaw didn’t kill a guy. The audience loved his response to the heckler during his stand-up. One suicide later, Van’s career is on the skids. Will he seek redemption? Or will he rise above this trivial distraction and focus on what really matters: getting some cheap laughs?
Featuring:  Erin Barlow, Mark Cockfield, Claudia Keener, Max Ozer and Hunter Saling 

November 3-5, 2016 at 8 p.m.
November 5, 2016 at 2 p.m.

 
GAMERS
By Scott Barnhardt, Guest Director Jeff Maynard
Violence. Cynicism. Sex. Lithuanian Pastry. The dog-eat-dog world of competitive eSports is not known for its sweetness. But when Paul Elliot Anderson, the world’s most optimistic orphan, is hired…Game Over.
Featuring: Will Block, EJ Cabasal, Quinn Francis, Nicolette Norgaard, Max Risch and Adam Turney

November 10-12, 2016 at 8 p.m.
November 12, 2016 at 2 p.m.

 
MONSTERS WE IMAGINED
By Paula Vesala, Guest Director Eric Hoff
The last encounter of a novelist and her obsessed fan, a teenaged boy. Can one damaged soul help another?
What if there's a human under a monster's bed?
Featuring: Robert Arriaga, Amber Li, Hunter Lowdon, Olivia Lowe and Alliance Megala

November 17-19, 2016 at 8 p.m.
November 19, 2016 at 2 p.m.

 
THE WINDS OF ARISTON
By Patrick Hurley, Guest Director Casey Kringlen
From Ancient Greece to Present Day NYC, one man soars across time and space as untold gay histories collide with one another. Weathering the tragic winds of yesterday, he finally arrives on the cusp of a better tomorrow.
Featuring:  Davis Anderson, Joey Fabrizi, Grant Hodges, Carson Robinette and Anthony Sorrells

December 1-3, 2016 at 8 p.m.
December 3, 2016 at 2 p.m.


Scenic Design by Michelle Joo, Sydnie Ponic, Margaret Starbuck & Samantha Vinzon
Costume Design by Lauren Cucarola, Naomi González-Kahn & Gabrielle Levion
Lighting Design by Richard Fong & Cynthia Ayala 
 
Sound Design by Yasmine El-Tayeb, Colin Postley & Bryce Wong
Stage Managers: Hector Delgado, Ryan Marsh, Emily Rose Milkovich and Charles Yu


All shows in 1340 Macgowan Hall

Presented as part of the Department of Theater 2016/2017 Season
Tickets available at Central Ticket Office 310-825-2101

Parking available at Structure 3 ($12)

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Melissa Finell's (MFA '15) Sensitivity Training Screening 
Friday, November 4th at 7:30PM. James Bridges Theater, TFT
Portland Center Stage Presents:
The Oregon Trail
Emily Caitlin Yetter ('10) stars in Portland Center Stage's production of The Oregon Trail, running October 29th through November 20th.

The promo code “VIPGROUP” can be used for $10 off for Oregon Trail or any show in our current season. They can purchase tickets online at https://www.pcs.org/ and enter the promo code or call our box office directly at 503-445-3700 and mention the code.

Applications Now Open for TFT Summer 2017 Teaching Positions
for Former and New Instructors

Dear Instructors interested in employment at the Department of Film, Television and Digital Media Summer Programs,

In an effort to follow general university practice, the Department of Film, Television and Digital Media is instituting a formal application process for summer instruction. That process will include the submission of a CV, syllabus, and statement of pedagogical philosophy. The Department recently unanimously implemented a motion aimed at standardizing the information we convey to students in our syllabi. The three elements we were particularly concerned with are the following: 

1) All syllabi convey the same basic and necessary information to students about any given course. We have adopted a format recommended by the Office of Instructional Development 

2) All syllabi should outline course materials, requirements, and assignments that are suitable for the grade level of the course being taught. 

3) All syllabi should reflect your attention to equity, diversity, and inclusion in your selection of films, readings, and conceptual frameworks as is appropriate to the subject of the course.  

Please make sure to pay attention to these principles and the course syllabus template and sample syllabus when creating your syllabus to include with your application. We encourage you to submit your applications promptly for Summer 2017 course offerings.  

Please note the deadline for submission of applications is November 17, 2016 at 11:59PM.

Please visit the application website to apply: 

http://www2.tft.ucla.edu/instructorapplications/ 

If you have questions, please email:  film@tft.ucla.edu 

All the very best,


Kathleen A McHugh
Chair, Department of Film, Television and Digital Media
Professor, Departments of English, Film, Television and Digital Media, and Gender Studies
UCLA

The Raw Science Film Festival
Submissions Open

Official Selections of the RAW SCIENCE FILM FESTIVAL 2016 are listed below!

The festival is open for entry until November 9, 2016. 

The festival honors films on science and technology worldwide. Raw Science proudly joins festival partners  Explore Mars Space Tourism Society Canada , and the  Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination . Categories include fiction and non-fiction for both students and professionals. Cash prizes are awarded. Animations and infographics are welcomed.

Early Halloween Comedy Show at The Comedy Store
October 28th 7PM
Early Halloween Comedy Show & Mixer 10/28 @ 7pm (Flyer image sent via email) You are invited to an early Halloween celebration for an evening of laughs featuring UCLA TFT Alumni at The World Famous Comedy Store.

Please join us in supporting live comedy and an after show mixer with students & alumni of UCLA School of Theater, Film, & TV and UCLA TFT Professional Program on The Comedy Store patio.


 Time & Location: October 28th at 7pm The Comedy Store 8433 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069  
*Please note there is a 2 drink minimum, but beverage does not need to be alcoholic.
Buy Tickets Online: goo.gl/Gm2ZdN
Discount Parking: $5 - 8539 Sunset Blvd. (5 min walk .2 miles)

Email any questions about the event to formalika@gmail.com

Benj Goehner is an alumni of the UCLA School of Theater, Film, & TV (Professional Program TV Writing '15). When he's not performing standup or developing sitcoms based on his life growing up in a German tourist town, studios pay him to write nice things about their movies. Benj says, "Standup is one of the most challenging and rewarding forms of writing. Essentially, you've only got a few short minutes to make a room full of strangers like you and listen to your stories. It's acting, writing, editing, and a job interview rolled into one, but the reward is instantly knowing when a joke is resonating."

Evangeline Monroy is a film industry vet and two time alumni of the UCLA School of Theater, Film, & TV (BA Theater '98, Professional Program TV Writing '15). After getting laid off from a career producing animated & vfx blockbusters for Sony Pictures, she returned to UCLA to pursue her passion of writing for television, while trying to figure out how to be a professional surf bum. Since graduating, she completed the JVS Womentoring Program as a TV Writing mentee, and was also awarded the Upright Citizens Brigade Diversity Scholarship for Improv & Sketch Writing. Evangeline started performing musical comedy after fellow classmate Benj Goehner recommended a standup workshop taught by comedienne Jodi Miller. Evangeline says, "Doing stand up was a dream I was too scared to admit, but I quickly realized it was the missing element in my arsenal of comedy writing tools. Most importantly it's a fun way to force me to write and use my theater & musical muscles at the same time."
NYC Alumni: Tadmor at The Distillery Writing Lab Application Open
At Tadmor, we develop, produce, and finance independent films with a focus on commercial,
auteur driven projects that challenge conventions. Our award-winning films include Swiss Army
Man (Winner • Directing Award, US Dramatic Competition • Sundance 2016) and Junction 48
(Winner • Audience Award • Berlinale Panorama 2016 | Winner • Best International Narrative
Feature • Tribeca Film Festival 2016). To see our full roster of projects, please visit our website:
www.tadmor.co.

THE DISTILLERY

We are looking to collaborate with and cultivate the next wave of innovative filmmakers and
writers through our writing lab, The Distillery.
Entering its second year, The Distillery is a three month program (Feb. 27, 2017 - June 2, 2017)
during which participants develop a new or existing feature film or television script.
What we provide:
  • WORK SPACE: Desk space at Tadmor’s office in the Flatiron District of New York City.
  • ONE-ON-ONE WORKSHOP SESSIONS: Bi-monthly sit-down sessions with our team to
intensively workshop scenes, discuss broader story or character developments, and
strategize casting, getting the best tax incentives, and setting up financing structures.
  • INDUSTRY MEET & GREETS: Award winning writers, directors, and producers are
invited to meet with participants, discuss ideas, and answer questions.
  • CREATIVE COMMUNITY: Weekly Distillery lunches and informal drink nights.
  • PRODUCING/FINANCING PARTNER: Tadmor will have first look to produce and/or
finance any projects that stem out of The Distillery. Graduates will build a relationship
with a development/production/financing company for these and future works.

How to apply:
  • INTRODUCE YOURSELF: We want to get to know you, your style, what excites you, and
why you're interested in the program. Maximum one page.
  • TELL US A STORY: Send us a screenplay or finished film (short/feature/TV episode). It
should be a complete story with beginning, middle, and end.

E-mail your resume, introduction, and story to info@tadmor.co with the subject line:
" Distillery Application". Applications are due December 31, 2016. We will be reaching out
with interview requests on a rolling basis. Final decisions will be made in February. A pplicants
should be NYC based for the duration of the program.
Alumni Film A Spark of Nerve Screening at Los Angeles World International Film Festival

A Spark of Nerve, will be screening at the Los Angeles World International Film Festival at the Crest Westwood Theater on Tuesday, Oct. 25th at 7 p.m.

Loren Schaller ('14) is one of the main characters highlighted in the documentary.  Her paralysis becomes the framework of this extraordinary story of medical innovation and personal triumph.  

Trailer available at www.sparkofnerve.com

The opening of the film is performed by another 2014 TFT graduate, Chelsea M. Fryer

Tickets for the Crest Westwood theater.    https://ticketing.us.veezi.com/purchase/807?siteToken=76RRaxYgpE6Vixj7UgPWew==

"The Musical Man" to Play Rockwell This Fall

Glenn Rosenblum ('82) makes his solo Los Angeles Cabaret Debut at the Rockwell Table and Stage 1714 N. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90027 on Monday, October 24, 2016 at 8 PM.

Rosenblum crafts an endearing Valentine to Broadway's Golden Age, the larger -than-life stage Legends and the Long Island Lad obsessed by it all. This tune-filled show includes songs by John Kander and Fred EbbJerry HermanBetty Comden and Adolph GreenJule StyneAnthony Newley and Stephen Sondheim.

IF YOU GO:

Glenn Rosenblum is THE MUSICAL MAN

Monday October 24, 2016 8 PM

Rockwell Table and Stage, 1714 N Vermmont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90027

TICKETS: www.rockwell-la.com or 323-669-1550

Prices $25, 20, 15, plus a two-item minimum

Larry Cedar Stars in Orwellian
Alumni Production of The Country Wife
September 17 - October 23 at King's Road Park
The wickedly satirical comedy, The Country Wife, written in 1675 by William Wycherley, directed by TFT alumna Suzanne Hunt ('00) and starring alumni Lonni Silverman ('05), and Kathy Bell Denton (MFA '76) is being produced by the Classical Theatre Lab and the City of West Hollywood

The Country Wife
September 17-October 23 
Sat/Sun at 3 pm
King's Road Park 
1000 N. King's Rd. West Hollywood.

Admission is free.  
The Beauty, The Banshee & Me
at the Whitefire Theatre
Michael Allen Angel ('87) directs the West Coast Premiere of  The Beauty, The Banshee & Me at the  Whitefire Theatre beginning  September 15.

The Beauty, The Banshee & Me opens for press on  September 15 and continues through 
October 23. Performances take place  Thursdays at  8 p.m., and  Sundays at  3 p.m. All tickets are  $25, The  Whitefire Theatre is located at  13500 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. For reservations and information, call  (323) 960-1055 or go to  www.plays411.com/banshee.
Job Listings and Available Services
Various Assistant Level Positions

Top Management Company seeks an assistant that has an interest in production as well as working with top talent. The assistant will also be working with the manager to develop scripts and work closely with production companies. Responsibilities include scheduling, rolling calls, reading, etc, providing administrative and client support including reviewing material, generating and scheduling auditions as well as coordinating with casting directors, managers and publicists, script coverage, generating director and actor lists, and managing submissions. Looking for an ambitious self-starter ideally with 1 to 2 years’ experience in talent agency, management firm or production company. Knowledge of independent film financing is a plus. Excellent writing and communication skills are essential. Please send resumes to jobs@bep-la.com. 10/14

A leading international film sales and production company is looking for a full-time assistant to the CEO and COO. Duties will include heavy phone management, scheduling, and other administrative tasks. Additionally, candidates should be well versed in script coverage and have a strong understanding of the current marketplace. College degree and 1+ year of assistant experience at an agency or production company required. Please send resumes and cover letters to filmassistantapplications@gmail.com. 10/14

The Gersh Agency seeks an assistant to an agent in their comedy/personal appearance department. This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in comedy concert/club booking and personal appearance booking. Responsibilities include rolling calls, providing administrative and client support including inputting offers, bookkeeping, and covering live comedy shows. Position requires candidate to be personable, sharp, highly organized, have an excellent work ethic and the ability to multitask under pressure. Experience with college programming boards and work experience in a venue or comedy club is ideal. Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to hr@gersh.com 10/14

The Gersh Agency seeks an assistant to their contract administrator in the comedy/personal appearance department. This is a great entry level opportunity into the comedy world. Main responsibilities include: overseeing all administration of contracts, tracking authorizations and correspondence, maintaining detailed and organized files, tracking payments and deadlines, and analyzing/mitigating any discrepancies. Position requires candidate to be personable, sharp, highly organized, have an strong attention to detail and the ability to multitask under pressure. Strong math skills a plus. This position is primarily email-intensive, and is about creating a foundation of learning how the department functions as a whole. Bachelor’s degree required. Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to hr@gersh.com 10/14

Innovative Artists is seeking a sharp, ambitious, and organized Talent Assistant who possesses a strong desire to become an Agent in a collaborative and team-oriented environment. Supports Talent Agent in all aspects of running their office including – answering phones, rolling calls, managing calendars, scheduling & confirming meetings, corresponding with casting directors & managers on the submission of talent, reading scripts, and updating our internal database – inEntertainment. Previous entertainment industry assistant experience (studio, talent agency and/or production company) required. Please submit your resume and cover letter to: employment@iala.com 10/14

Our established bi-coastal talent agency is looking for an agent’s assistant with a minimum of one year of experience at a talent desk for our Los Angeles office. Candidates must be organized, ambitious, detail oriented and computer savvy. Must be able to multi-task, handle a heavy volume of calls, coordinate client meetings, enter bookings, and perform other necessary tasks to ensure that the office is running smoothly. Knowledge of inEntertainment is a must. Bachelor’s degree required. Candidates need to be meticulous, driven and willing to work very hard with excellent phone and people skills. Please no actors, writers, or PAs. Send cover and resume to laagencyasst2016@gmail.com 10/14

Highly reputable bi-coastal management firm is seeking an excellent assistant to support two top tier talent managers in CA office. Entertainment experience, a keen eye for detail, and excellent computer skills (editing, excel, Mac proficiency, etc) mandatory. Must have at least 1-2 years experience at a busy desk at an agency, production company, or similar. Responsibilities include heavy phones (scheduling calls, rolling calls and maintaining call sheets), and travel coordination for manager and clients. Great growth potential and the opportunity to work directly with actors and exercise creativity. We use InEntertainment and it would be great if you were familiar with this software. We are looking to hire ASAP. And on a personal note, this is an amazing place to work that I would recommend to anyone. Email resumes with salary expectations to: Alice@authenticM.com 10/11

IM Global, a leading international film, television and music entertainment company with core business activity in international licensing, production, and financing is seeking a full time assistant to the President of Feature Film Production. Duties will include heavy phones, scheduling, and other administrative tasks. Additionally candidates should be well versed in script analysis, talent packaging, and production scheduling. College degree and 1+ years of assistant experience at an agency or production company required. Please send resumes and cover letters to: imgprodasst@gmail.com 10/11

Boutique feature / TV production company is looking for a hardworking full-time assistant for the head of the company. Ideal candidates have strong organizational skills, execute direction easily, and have a passion to learn on the job. The position involves primarily personal assistant duties while also handling administrative tasks like maintaining schedules, managing phone/email, research, and overseeing general office duties. There is a possibility of this job taking place remotely so you do not need to be located in Los Angeles nor will you need to travel. Looking for someone to start ASAP. Please send resumes and cover letters to resumesubmit.asst@gmail.com 10/11

The two partners at a successful boutique management company are looking to groom a young manager by hiring a new assistant who can sign clients and build his or her own business while taking care of all usual assistant duties. Need a hustler who understands they have to do both jobs at first, but at the same time we are ready to teach someone and treat them like a full member of the team. Open to someone interested in either talent, lit or both, but they need to be experienced enough to be ready to make the leap. At least one year of experience at an agency, management company, production company or studio highly preferred but the most important thing is a real passion to succeed in management. Please send resumes to ugmanagerasst@gmail.com 10/11

Talent Management company seeking Junior Manager/Assistant. We are looking for someone who can not only help with the assistant duties, but who is also ready to take on management role. Candidate should a have at least two years of experience at an agency or management company, and a genuine passion for talent representation as a career. Please send resumes and references to: juniormanagerassistant2016@gmail.com 10/11

Entry Level Booth Runner/Floating Voice-over Assistant with great potential for advancement in a growing full-service boutique talent agency. Involves basic office duties such as phones, appointments, interaction with talent, buyers, and calendar management. Primary focus will be assisting in voice-over department, directing and recording voice over auditions. Having knowledge of the voice-over world, including cartoons and video games, a major plus. Opportunity to advance into other departments and participate in the growth of the company. Email resumes to admin@imperium-7.com or fax resumes to (323) 931-9084. 10/11

Trained, experienced assistant with 1-2 years on a busy film or tv desk in literary or talent representation. Looking for one year commitment. Room to grow. Will work for two managers – answering phones, rolling calls, managing schedules, covering scripts, tracking submissions and breakdowns. Starting at $38,000/year plus benefits after 90 days. Hours: 10am – 7pm. Send resumes with cover letter to asst2016la@gmail.com 10/11

Super Delicious, an established television production company with current projects in various stages from development to delivery, is seeking an assistant to three executive producers. Responsibilities include rolling calls, scheduling, running errands and managing office operations. Candidates must be highly motivated, detail-oriented and organized with high-level interpersonal and communication skills. Industry experience preferred. Bachelor’s degree and reliable transportation required. Please send cover letter and resume to TVExecAsst90038@gmail.com. 10/11
World-Class Production Company seeks a Development Assistant to support the President of Feature Films & Production. Minimum 1-2 years of administrative experience at a top talent agency required. Duties include: daily scheduling, rolling calls, heavy call volume, reading and tracking material, correspondence, and travel coordination. Candidates must have strong communication and computer skills, and an interest in a future development career. E-mail resume to: filmjobrecruiter@gmail.com / Subject line: Development Assistant 2016 10/7

Looking for an assistant for a literary manager at a boutique talent/literary management and production company. Some of the core duties/qualifications are: Phones; Scheduling; Reading scripts and providing notes and feedback; At least 1 year of desk experience at an agency, management company, production company, network, studio; Dealing with/acting as liaison for vendors and our accountant; Hiring interns. Please send all resumes to reception@mediatalent.com 10/7

Warner Bros. Pictures seeks an Executive Assistant for a high level Executive in Warner Bros. Pictures Creative Development and WW Production department. Responsibilities will include high volume calendar management, heavy phones, travel arrangements and overseeing flow of materials and information for Executive between departmental staff, internal executives, production companies, filmmakers, talent, international offices and external vendors. Ideal candidate must have at least 2-3 years experience at a talent agency, be passionate about a career in film development/production, up-to-date on industry news and trends, be able to work in a fast paced, high pressure environment, maintain extreme attention to detail and confidentiality. This position is located in Burbank, CA. Please send your resume to careers@warnerbros.com and put “Executive Assistant – Film Development & Production” in the subject line. 10/7

Mission Control Media (Face Off, Hollywood Game Night) is seeking an Executive Assistant to offer creative and organizational support to the heads of the company. Reporting directly to the Presidents, the position coordinates multiple executives and also participates in researching and developing creative ideas for shows. Candidates should have at least 1-year administrative experience from a production company, agency or network/studio. In addition, excellent attention to detail, expert-level organizational and planning skills, ability to multi-task, and strong writing, communication and technological skills are essential. Passion for unscripted programming is a plus. Please submit resumes to jobs@missioncontrolmedia.net with “Executive Assistant” in the subject line. 10/7

Electric Entertainment, Inc. is seeking a skilled and proactive Business Affairs/Contract Administration Assistant to join our legal team. This person will provide administrative support to the SVP, Business & Legal Affairs, Worldwide Distribution, assisting with redlining international and domestic distribution agreements, and drafting legal correspondence; enter all sales and acquisition agreements for Electric titles into FilmTrack database; generate rights availability reports for sales departments; review chain-of-title documents and other legal deliverables, as well as general office/administrative duties. Minimum 2 years business affairs experience preferably at a production company, sales agency or law firm. Must have experience in FilmTrack. Familiarity with entertainment acquisition, distribution, and sales contracts, and Film/TV markets and festivals is preferred. Must be detail oriented, highly organized, and have a great attitude. Please send resume and cover letter as a PDF to jobs@electricentertainment.com. 10/7

Internationally acclaimed live-action & animation Production Company in Venice, CA seeking full-time Office Assistant to support daily operations and staff in their Film and Television Development department. Prior industry experience required. Candidate must have a strong attention to detail, excellent organizational, interpersonal & communication skills, and hold a current drivers license. In addition to typical office duties, job entails managing company cars and local properties for staff traveling to LA. As we’re internationally based, working hours must be flexible to accommodate timezones. This is a great opportunity for a hardworking professional to get in on the ground level of a quickly growing, diverse company. Resumes/cover 5letters to: devapplications2015@gmail.com 10/7

Film Production company currently looking for a sharp, detail-oriented Business Executive Assistant with at least 4-5 years of experience in a related position. Bilingual proficiency (Mandarin and English) as well as willingness to work flexible hours is essential. Candidate must be able to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities and have interest in the business aspects of the entertainment industry (including Finance, HR, and Legal duties). Responsibilities include administrative support, scheduling meetings, arranging travel, interfacing with business partners, drafting expense reports, reviewing business and legal documents, etc. Email resume to pam@jwuentertainment.com. Please indicate in subject field: Business Executive Assistant Application. 10/7

Film Production company currently looking for 1-2 Part-Time Project Assistants interested in the development and production aspect of the film industry. Candidate must be able to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities. Ideal candidate must be motivated, detail-oriented, organized, and has excellent communication and multi-tasking skills. Responsibilities include administrative support, project coordination, conduct research, updating project statuses, etc. You will be expected to work 18-22 hours/week. Email resume to elisejiang@jwuentertainment.com. Please indicate in subject field: Part-Time Project Assistant 10/7

President of busy boutique talent agency seeking assistant. Responsibilities include very heavy call volume, heavy email and appointment generating, and managing multiple calendars. MUST have ability to multitask, problem solve, and have excellent office etiquette. We are looking for a smart and enthusiastic person, who is organized and interested in film and television. Ideally the candidate will have 1 year desk experience at an agency or studio. Please send cover letters and resumes to easstpos@gmail.com 10/7

The Gersh Agency seeks an energetic, motivated assistant to support an agent in their Alternative Packaging department and their VP of Global TV Media and Packaging. This role works with a hybrid of scripted and unscripted materials and is ideal for someone with a strong interest in international formatting and distribution. Daily duties include: heavy phones, rolling calls, tracking client appointments, making submissions, scheduling and arranging travel, and scheduling pitch meetings The ideal candidate is even-keeled, smart, attuned to pop culture, and knowledgeable in international programming. Bachelor’s degree required. Minimum one year of entertainment experienced required, Agency/Management experience preferred. Please email resume and cover letter to HR@Gersh.com 10/7

Various Personal Assistant Positions

Personal assistant to actress. This A-list entertainer has a busy, fast-moving professional and private live. To keep everything running efficiently, she needs a personal assistant who will provide the necessary support required to meet every obligation, honor every commitment and remember every appointment. In this role, you will be responsible for managing all aspects of employer’s personal and professional life. PA is talent’s right hand at all times and may need to be directive at times.Email Carrie Byalick if you are interested: Carrie@bcompany.com 10/14

Seeking a personal assistant to help out with day-to-day tasks (full-time). This is for a digital influencer who is very busy with producing, writing, and directing comedic videos and sometimes touring. Job Description: Managing calendar; Import, organize, synchronize footage; Book travel; Be present and available to help out on set; Cut videos to repurpose across other social media platforms; Assist the video production process; Occasionally travel when needed; Various other errands/activities. Resumes: Asstresume90210@gmail.com 10/4

Promotions
CTG Presents:
Vicuna, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and A View From The Bridge
VICUNA
By Jon Robin Baitz
Directed by Robert Egan
October 23 – November 20, 2016

Special $25 Vicuna Ticket Offer
For Performances October 23 – November 6, 2016
USE CODE:  VIC25
www.CenterTheatreGroup.org/Promo

*Valid now through November 6 for selected locations in Price Level B.  Offer not valid on previously purchased tickets or combined with other offers.  Not valid on Sunday, October 30.  Handling fees may apply.  Subject to availability.

A tailor to the wealthy, powerful, and famous struggles to serve a very unusual client: a blustering real estate tycoon and reality TV star who—to everyone’s surprise—becomes a major party’s nominee for President. As the election spins out of control, the tailor and his apprentice are forced to examine their roles as confidants and image-makers for the candidate…and whether the right suit has the power to clinch the presidency. The World premiere of this hot-off-the-presses satire from Jon Robin Baitz ( Other Desert Cities) offers a unique opportunity for a play to participate in our nation’s political discourse as it unfolds.
Complimentary Tickets to the Laugh Factory, Hollywood
The last few months of Supply and Demand shows at the Hollywood Laugh Factory were such a success that the club has extended the run through December! If you haven't been yet, you've missed many sold out shows, Dane Cook and Tom Papa dropping by, and performances by Whitney Cummings, Jerrod Carmichael, Iliza Schlesinger, Tommy Johnagin, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Carlos Alazraqui, Steve Hofstetter, Erik Griffin, Godfrey, Neal Brennan, and more!
 
If you already have tickets, great! If not, the shows are every Wednesday through December. We have 50 complimentary tickets to each one - then they go to $5, $10, $15, and $20 as the show sells out. The Laugh Factory is supporting these shows in a big way, encouraging their most famous comedians to drop by and do surprise sets. Grab the complimentary ones before they're gone and go to as many shows as you want. To get your complimentary tickets, visit:
 
http://www.comedysupply.com/calendar.cfm?VenueID=1
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