Program Details
Sunday, November 10, 2013 - 3:00 pm
$12 general / $7 members and students
The Theater at MAD

Sunday, November 10, 2013 - 3:00 pm
Program Description

Policies regulating nightlife in NYC, called cabaret laws, have a colorful history. Enacted in 1926, many of the laws have since been amended, and some have been removed—including one that stated club musicians “must be of good character.” But the majority of the laws have remained intact. Largely unenforced for decades until 1997, cabaret laws have since vastly impacted the landscape of nightlife programming throughout the city. The diverse panelists will include experts in public policy, law, hospitality, and nightlife production, to offer broad perspectives on the status of nightlife regulations and their impact on communities. 

Panelists include Hattie Hathaway; Greg MillerDirector, Dance Parade; Aaron Solomon, OVEDlaw; and will be moderated by Michael Musto, Weekly Columnist,

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