Wells Fargo has managed to cause an uproar not only in the arts community, but seemingly everywhere. Their Teen Day ad campaign - which represented arts careers as less worthy than science-based ones - has infuriated many working artists and arts supporters. Soon after, Wells Fargo issued an apology for the campaign, claiming that they support all art forms and always have. My question is simple: how does such a controversial ad slip past the editors in the first place? The answer may simply lie
Proceeds will be used to support gun control efforts.
Tony Award winner Cynthia Erivo (The Color Purple) and Tony nominee Joshua Henry (Shuffle Along) will star in a one-night-only special benefit performance of the Jason Robert Brown musical The Last Five Years, directed by the composer himself.
The September 12 concert at Town Hall, 123 West 43rd Street, midtown Manhattan, will aid one of Brown’s personal causes, gun control, with proceeds