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Dana Elle Salzberg
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Dana Elle Salzberg is a recent Skidmore College Graduate (’12) living in Los Angeles. At Skidmore Dana studied Studio Art with a concentration in Photography and Communication Design and Theater. Dana studied abroad at the British American Drama Academy where her love of theater, music, comedy, and pop culture criticism grew. Dana currently is a student at the Upright Citizens Brigade. Dana has previously worked at Hearst Publishing, Time Inc and Bauer Publishing. You can follow Dana on twitter at @DanaElleS and see her work at DanaElleSalzberg.com

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USA Network, Playing House Is Groundbreaking and Here's Why

(2) Comments | Posted September 24, 2014 | 4:05 PM

Dear USA Network,

For a while it was fun being part of the twitter fan base that is hashtagging for a season two of the criminally under appreciated Playing House. But now I'm just mad. Along with all the other #jammers, I am straight up ready to break a vintage...

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One Direction: Pour Some Midnight Memories on Me, Baba

(3) Comments | Posted November 19, 2013 | 5:45 PM

Midnight Memories, One Direction's highly anticipated new album, has "leaked" on iTunes. Many people have written about whether musicians leak their singles/albums on purpose. I'll save you the time and say I think there's some really smart PR that goes along with leaking an album. Did One Direction do it...

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Why Brantley Got it Wrong

(0) Comments | Posted August 30, 2013 | 1:20 PM

Dude, I can explain. In the grand tradition of the theater, "getting it" is as much of a theme as star-crossed lovers or inevitable fate. I am sorry but, Mr. Brantley, you did not get it and I don't think you could have. The show was not for you, it...

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Why Brantley Got it Wrong

(0) Comments | Posted August 14, 2013 | 4:40 PM

Dude, I can explain. In the grand tradition of the theater, "getting it" is as much of a theme as star-crossed lovers or inevitable fate. I am sorry but, Mr. Brantley, you did not get it, and I don't think you could have. The show was not for...

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