Since then, the Festival has introduced musical theatre producers to 252 musicals and 478 writers from around the world.
More than 85% have gone on to subsequent readings, workshops, productions and tours, been licensed, and/or recorded on cast albums as a direct result of the Festival!
Send out your laundry and devote those hours to fun family time. Getting back on your feet after a divorce can be a long process full of setbacks.
But this can also be one of the most exciting and empowering times of your life.
For some people, it can take a long time to believe.
Here are a few steps to get you going: Embrace that you are now financially independent. But remember this: That money could go away any time. And you can earn far more than a judge may order you be paid.
He could lose his job, skip town, become disabled or pass away at any moment. Plus: It is critical to your ability to move on emotionally in this phase of life if you are not connected to your ex and your former life through bi-weekly payments. I’m a big fan of Mint.com, a free online tool where you plug in all your bank, credit card, brokerage and mortgage accounts to get a snapshot of all your finances. Mint will help, but I recommend a visit to your accountant – your tax situation will be very different when compared to when you were married.
By Robert Maddock, Joe Iconis and Reza Jacobs ROCKWELL: LIFE ON A PALETTE by Eleanor Albano, Anthony Barnao and Ron Abel THE STORY OF MY LIFE by Neil Bertram and Brian Hill WRITING ARTHUR by David A.
Austin THE COSMOPOLITAN by Lance Horne, Lorin Latarro and Josh Rhodes LOVE JERRY by Megan Gogerty PIECE by Scott Alan and Tara Smith SPRING AWAKENING by Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik THE UNAUTHORIZED AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF SAMANTHA BROWN by Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk VANISHING POINT by Liv Cummins and Rob Hartmann by Beth Blatt, Jenny Giering and Marsha Norman FROM MY HOMETOWN by Lee Summers, Ty Stephens and Herbert Rawlings, Jr.