Members in the News

Members in the News | September 2017

Ogunquit Playhouse Cast honored with special guests during Heartbreak Hotel Rehearsal

As the world turns its attention to Graceland this week to honor the 40 th Anniversary of Elvis Presley’s passing, the Authentic Brand Group/Elvis Presley Enterprises visited the cast of the Ogunquit Playhouse world premiere production of Heartbreak Hotel during rehearsal in New York City today. They got a sneak peak of the musical, Elvis’ music, and his cultural impact on America as he became the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Pictured with Bradford T. Kenney, Ogunquit Playhouse Executive Artistic Director, are Floyd and Birgitte Mutrix, creators of the new musical; Jamie Bendell from Big Block LA; the cast and creative team of Heartbreak Hotel; and Marc Rosen, SVP Business Development; Katie Jones, VP Entertainment; Jim Gibb, Creative Director for ABG.

ABG.Elvis Presley Enterprises visits cast and creative team of Ogunquit Playhouse Heartbreak Hotel

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Meet 10 to Watch Winner, Krystal Hicks, Lindt chocolate recruiter

Krystal Hicks of Portsmouth is 31 years old, and she is the corporate recruitment manager for famous chocolate maker Lindt & Sprungli USA in Stratham. She majored in journalism at the University of New Hampshire and worked as a bartender before taking an administrative assistant job at a temporary employment agency. This is where she fell in love with the path that led her to jobs at Hesser College and UNH, where she helped students find jobs before landing at Lindt. Her community work has brought her to help inmates at Strafford County jail and to diversity forums.

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Vision calls for replacing Gen. Sullivan Bridge with park, marina

The General Sullivan Bridge, spanning Dover and Newington, was closed to vehicle traffic 32 years ago and “has been rusting out since,” said Tom Regan, a retired construction inspector.  “They say it’s historical,” Regan said, while standing next to the bridge last week. “But if it’s historical, why did they let it go to hell for the last 32 years?”  Portsmouth native, now living in Dover, Regan has a plan that could turn the decaying bridge into a waterfront park and marina. To portray his vision, he enlisted the help of Lisa DeStefano’s Portsmouth architectural firm, DeStefano Architects, which made drawings of a utopian place where people could stroll, dine and dock their boats, all on or near the Piscataqua River.

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