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Eric Booth

actor, businessman, faculty, Juilliard

Eric Booth, Juilliard School faculty member, nationally recognized consultant for the arts, and author, has been an award-winning actor (six plays on Broadway), producer, and small businessman. He founded the company Alert Publishing, which became the largest company of its kind in America in seven years, and launched him as a trend analyst with three books, a nationally syndicated radio program on the Business Radio Network; regular appearances on CNN and NBC. He has published over 80 articles and was the Founding Editor of the *Teaching Artist Journal*--the first peer-reviewed professional journal for the field. He writes the regular "Edifications" column for *Chamber Music Magazine*, and his last book, *The Everyday Work of Art *(Sourcebooks, 1997), won two awards and was a Book of the Month Club Selection. At Juilliard, Eric Booth founded the Art and Education program and became the Artistic Director of the Mentoring Program at the Juilliard School.