Stagehand Moving Props Makes $530,044...

Stagehand Moving Props Makes $530,044 at Carnegie Hall, Directo...

There are 1 comment on the Bloomberg story from Oct 20, 2009, titled Stagehand Moving Props Makes $530,044 at Carnegie Hall, Directo.... In it, Bloomberg reports that:

After you practice for years and get to Carnegie Hall, ita s almost better to move music stands than actually play the piano.

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Naperville, IL

#1 Oct 20, 2009
1. The reporter is wrong. Or

2. Carnegie Hall is cooking the books. Or

3. The wages indicate an EXTREME amount of overtime which points squarely at pi-- poor management.

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