Ageism in the Arts

Ageism in the Arts by Elena Greco July 14, 2011 Let’s face it: we’re just not allowed to grow up. As performing artists, we don’t dare let anyone know our age, don’t dare let a wrinkle show, don’t dare give a hint that we might have grown a year older. We have to remain stuck in time. I don’t know…

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The New Cult … in Our Government?

The New Cult … in Our Government? by Elena Greco October 2, 2013 It disturbs me that people are saying that the Republicans shut down the government. I don’t believe this is quite true. I believe it was shut down by a cult. Yes, I realize that might sound a little extreme. But I have done research on cults in…

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The Sad – and Happy – State of the Arts

The Sad – and Happy – State of the Arts by Elena Greco February 9, 2011  There’s a lot of talk about the sad state of the arts these days. There’s a lot of bemoaning the loss of government funding, the commercialism and cheapening of opera, and the lack of work for singers. All of this is certainly true. But…

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