Time magazine has named American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) Artistic Director Diane Paulus to the 2014 Time 100, its list of the 100 most influential people in the world.The annual list, now in its 11th year, recognizes the activism, innovation, and achievement of the world’s most influential individuals. Time has called the list a collection of “people who are using their ideas, their visions, their actions to transform the world and have an effect on a multitude of people.”“I am deeply honored by this recognition, which for me is a tribute to the incredible collaboration I have enjoyed over the last several years with the many artists, audiences, producers, and advocates of the arts that I have been lucky enough to work with, including the extraordinary team at the American Repertory Theater and Harvard University,” said Paulus. “It has always been my goal for theater to have an impact on the world we live in, as I know it can and should, and to be represented on this list is a thrilling sign that we are on our way.”Last year Paulus won the Tony award for best direction of a musical for her restaging of the 1970s show “Pippin,” originally by Stephen Schwartz and Roger O. Hirson. The revival, which the A.R.T. premiered and which received 10 Tony nominations, earned three other top prizes: best revival of a musical, best performance by a featured actress in a musical, and best performance by a lead actress in a musical.It was the first directorial Tony win for Paulus, who received a best director nomination in 2012 for her production of “The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess,” which won that year’s award for best revival of a musical. She also won one in 2009 for “Hair.”The A.R.T. collaborates with artists around the world to develop and create work in new ways. It is currently engaged in a number of multiyear efforts, including the Civil War Project, an initiative that will culminate in the staging of new work in the 2014-15 season. Under Paulus’s leadership, the A.R.T.’s club theater, Oberon, has become an incubator for local and emerging artists and has attracted national attention for its innovative programming and business models.As the professional theater on the campus of Harvard University, the A.R.T. catalyzes discourse, interdisciplinary collaboration, and creative exchange among a wide range of academic departments, institutions, students, and faculty members, acting as a conduit between its community of artists and the University. A.R.T. artists also teach undergraduate courses in directing, dramatic literature, acting, voice, design, and dramaturgy. The A.R.T. Institute for Advanced Theater Training, which is run in partnership with the Moscow Art Theatre School, offers graduate-level training in acting, dramaturgy, and voice.Dedicated to making great theater accessible, the A.R.T. actively engages more than 5,000 community members and local students a year in project-based partnerships, workshops, conversations with artists, and other enrichment activities both at the theater and across Greater Boston. The A.R.T. is dedicated to producing world-class performances in which the audience is central to the theatrical experience.Time’s list of its 100 most influential people will be in its May 1 issue, which appears on newsstands Friday.
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Degillo wasreportedly been drivingunder the influence of liquor. BACOLOD City –A man was killed and four other people were injured in a road accident inBarangay Bulata, Cauayan, Negros Occidental. Policeidentified the fatality as 42-year-old Noe Alvarez Degillo. He died of injurieson the head and body. He was rushedto the Mercidetas Montilla District Hospital in Sipalay City, Negros Occidentalwhere the attending physician declared him “dead on arrival.” Based on policeinvestigation, the vehicle driven by Degillo crashed into a concrete wall infront of a house owned by Allan Magarce. Residents GeneHildore Elardo, 59; Mark Guillen Ebarat, 42; Rogelio Degillo, 60; a 5-year-oldminor were also hurt. Cauayan policestation chief Major Lowell Garinganao said the incident happened around 4 p.m.on Tuesday.
VAUNET, Germany’s media owners’ association, has become the latest market stakeholder to demand a redraft of the nation’s inbound ‘Fourth State Treaty on Gambling’.Representing 150 German media firms operating across all broadcast formats, VAUNET governance has stated that Treaty provisions on gambling advertising will undermine ‘regulated market channelling efforts’ serving as counterproductive measures to consumer safeguards.In January, Germany’s 16 Lander (states) approved a ‘telecommunications blackout’ of gambling advertising across traditional broadcast and digital verticals from 6:00 to 21:00 hrs.VAUNET Chairman Dr Matthias Kirschenhofer has lambasted the advertising blackout, stating that Lander executives have failed to value advertising as a key discipline supporting a regulated German marketplace.“Advertising is the financing basis for private broadcasters and an instrument that steers legal games in the gaming market, the regulatory goal of our federal states,” Kirschenhofer detailed in a statement. VAUNET has reported that its members have raised concerns over unclear requirements related to digital advertising, and how restrictions would be implemented.A digital blackout would require all German media owners to undertake significant reforms to their sports-focused content, restricting webpage access, APIs integrations, advertising solutions and further data requests within a limited timeframe.Kirschenhofer also questioned why the Lander would implement a blackout, as Germany maintains a ‘safe advertising environment’ adhering to terms established by the federal ‘Interstate Treaty on Broadcasting’.In his statement, Kirschenhofer urged Lander executives not to miss an opportunity to help German media tap into new revenue sources, during a period in which German broadcasters face marketing stagnation. “The State Treaty on Gaming offers the opportunity for private Broadcasters to generate new advertising revenue. The planned advertising restrictions do not take sufficient account of the economic development of media companies in relation to other media types. They are ultimately at the expense of investments in attractive content. We, therefore, appeal to the federal states to make improvements here again. “ Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 Submit Share MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 StumbleUpon Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Share Related Articles