• jg collins

    You still can’t get blood out of a turnip. And we should be highly suspicious of those who say we can, no matter how sincere their arguments are made to appear. Is the turnip being unfair? No, it’s just being a real turnip, not an imaginary one.

  • Michael

    Things haven’t changed since I left LA 20 years ago. The market won’t fix the problem. If it could, it would have done so by now. What the article doesn’t acknowledge is the steady stream of labor moving to LA that is willing to work for little or nothing for the opportunity to be seen by the film and television industry with hopes of being discovered. This helps perpetuate the problem. At the time I left, there was more theater produced in LA each year than in any other city in the world outside of NYC and Moscow.