How to ‘Make It’ in New York

April 27, 2016 at 6:26 pm

Shakespeare said “all the world’s a stage,” but not everyone can make it in the cutthroat and competitive world of entertainment. Thousands of young and talented performing artists that live in the city are realizing that it takes much more than just talent to succeed. It takes business savvy too. Dr. William F. Baker, the former president of Thirteen/WNET, and currently a professor at Juilliard and Fordham University, is here with his new book The World’s Your Stage. In it, he shares inside knowledge about the entertainment industry, and his advice for how graduating arts students can make themselves more financially grounded.

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