Plays are obsolete. Everybody wants to be in the movies -- you've got something to show for it afterwards. That said, the place is well-run. Acting classes, a schedule, etc. Checked out the acting class, didn't think much of it. This obese gay guy with a nasty attitude who seem to think his meaningless exercises have something to do with acting -- they don't.
Had the journalist done his research, he'd have learned this program is done in every major city in the country. I'm 65 years old and I guess I've become an old softie, but why demonize the lawyer? And why was she removed from the job? It's a thankless job. People are pissed that they have to fork over money. They're going to complain. But a supervisor is supposed to back up his employees. There was nothing out of sorts this woman did if this article is correct.
No one hates forking over money to the government more than I, but this is a pretty cool deal. The fact that they give you 45 days to fork it over doesn't hurt either. And why slam a woman for just doing her job? She's got bills to pay too, you know.
Creative Loafing Atlanta
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