Make Ends Meet

Andrews, Jamie
October 2007
Back Stage East;10/18/2007, Vol. 48 Issue 42, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses how struggling actors can support themselves financially. It states that many actors work in the service industry to meet their daily necessities. The nighttime employment keeps days free for auditions, and fellow employees often support one another, by swapping shifts. Other actors find office jobs better-suited to their needs. Many actors look to temporary-placement companies as a means to workday flexibility.


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