The Tropicana Casino’s commitment to supporting artists is second to none. We’ll all remember that the casino recently commissioned Susan Daly to paint the ceiling in The Quarter. And let’s not forget that Tropicana also strongly supports its staff talents as we’ve seen with Valerie Feo (Nightlife Manager) painting exhibit. But it seems that The Tropicana casino embraces all forms of art.
After all, they’re the proud sponsor of the Atlantic City Arts Foundation. A charity that created the 48 Blocks Art Program, Mural Week, and Chalk About AC. But, a recent press release revealed that the Tropicana’s passion for art goes behind that. In fact, the casino will be on center stage in a Little Rock Films + Studios production. So let’s see what Tropicana’s next Artistic endeavor is, shall we?
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An ex-NBA player in the spotlight
In essence, the new Little Rock Films production is a TV series. But for now, there only 6 episodes planned. Naturally, as for all TV series, it starts with a pilot and a trial season to see how the public reacts to it.
To sum up, the show directed and written by Stuart Connelly will feature numerous locations across town. So, for 6 episodes, a local reporter will unearth the tumultuous past of an ex-NBA player. And as the season evolves, other characters will appear to enrich the storyline.
More production in the pipeline
You’ll undoubtedly agree with us that there’s something magical when a big production comes to town. The truth is, big TV productions are not only good for the local economy. But it also creates a positive image of Atlantic City.
And surely it’s what Murphy banked on when he revived the Film credit. So the new tax credit could mean new TV production
in Atlantic City. And that’s great to see that Murphy’s strategy to bring non-gambling revenue to the city is working. At least on first glance. Perhaps this is the beginning of something big, who knows?