This image released by Blake Zidell & Associates shows actors Thom Sesma, left, and Michele Ragusa portraying a pair of harried travel agents in “Craving for Travel.” The unusual production was funded by the travel industry but was written, acted and directed by folks with legitimate theater-world credentials. (AP Photo/Blake Zidell & Associates, Joan Marcus)
NEW YORK (AP) — A new off-Broadway comedy about a pair of travel agents and their wacky clientele’s demands has an unusual source of funding.
It’s underwritten by the very industry it portrays.
“Craving for Travel” is the brainchild of Jim Strong, who owns a $40 million-a-year luxury travel company in Dallas and wrote two self-published books. Strong’s Login to read more