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Broadway’s Polk & Co. Expands, Adds ‘Wicked,’ ‘Rocky’ to Client List

  • The Wrap
Theatrical public relations firm Polk & Company is expanding its roster of agents and has added a range of top productions such as “Wicked” and the upcoming “Rocky” musical to its roster of clients. Tom D’Ambrosio, Wayne Wolfe, Frances White and Colgan McNeil, who were all formerly of The Hartman Group, are joining agent Matthew Polk’s firm. The Hartman Group announced it was shutting down earlier this month. The firm’s founder, Michael Hartman, decided to leave New York for Texas, where he will become the CEO of Amy’s Ice Creams. Also read: Leighton Meester to Make Broadway
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Broadway Publicity Firm Polk & Co. Expands with New Press Agents, If/Then, Rocky, Wicked & More

Broadway PR firm Polk amp Co.'s founder and president, Matt Polk, has just announced that Tom D'Ambrosio, Wayne Wolfe, Frances White and Colgan McNeil will be joining the public relations, media strategies and social media firm. Beginning January 6, 2014, the four press agents, formerly of The Hartman Group, will join the existing company of five including press agents Jessica Johnson and Michelle Bergmann.
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TV Club: I, Claudius

It has dodgy sets (and wigs) but what makes I, Claudius great is the seminal acting and writing

• Next week, TV Club will be watching Alan Bleasdale's GBH, guided by John Crace. Join us for discussion on Wednesday March 3 - only a week away, but that's because you can watch the series easily on 4oD or, if you have digital channels, on Yesterday, where it is being reshown from March 1. See you next Wednesday!

Rewatching I, Claudius – some of which I remember, if not from its first airing on the BBC in 1976, then from repeats in the 1980s – one can't help but be struck by how much television drama has changed over the past 30 years. The drama has a claustrophobic, interior atmosphere not just because our subject is palace intrigue but, you suspect, because Mediterranean locations and fancy exterior shots were beyond the budget. (The programme was shot at
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