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I've always had an adoration for the performing
arts, whether in my role as a creative director of
advertising campaigns or simply as an audience
member. I really wanted to dedicate an edition of In
the City magazine to showcase the rich arts scene in
our nation's capital.
I set out in search of local talent who had hit the big
time whether it be in acting, dance or singing. I connected
with five special Canberrans who graciously took time out
of their manic schedules and shared with us their tales
of success in the big bad world of show-business. It was
a pleasure to behold their professionalism, spunk and
tenacity for what they do, after all it's not easy to "make it".
I learnt a hard lesson however, and one I hoped would
educate any other up-and-comers. The real divas clouding
the entertainment industry are in fact a new breed of
publicist lurking behind the scenes like trolls under a bridge,
providing obstacle and ambivalence to what I thought a
worthy battle. When attempting to reach for the stars one
must deal with vacant voicemails, romancing unrequited
emails, and dealing with people who were far too busy
and important for little ol' Canberra. I started thinking,
weren't we the place that nurtured this talent to begin with?
Come on, give us some love! However, without tainting all
publicists with the same oily rag, there were some out there
whose proactive attitude could only be seen to enhance the
success of the talent they represented (We couldn't have
done it without you).
As they say, the show must go on, so with a flurry of
fake lashes, smoke machines and the old razzle dazzle,
we've staged a production never before seen at this level
in Canberra. On the menu for your entertainment pleasure
a magazine brimming with delectable delights, museful
moments and an ending that will leave you happy!
Remember, everyone who goes in search of greatness
must slay a few dragons, kiss a few toads or simply call
upon the help of a proud parent or two (You know who
EDITORIAL AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Monday, November 19, 2012
Editorial and Creative Director
MILED (MILS) ACHI
Phone: 0405 636 637
Deb Petersen, Advertising Features Manager
Phone: (02) 6280 2455
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*In the City magazine published by The Canberra Times is the most-read local
(monthly or quarterly) magazine in the capital. Source: Grey Group/Newspoll Ask
Canberra, September 2011, April 2012. Sample 2000.
Publication April 2012 September 2011
In The City
Thank you to our loyal readers for making In
the City Canberra's most read quarterly magazine.
We hope to continue inspiring you with fresh
stories and an innovative perspective on the
delights our cosmopolitan city has to offer.
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