ALLENTOWN, Pa. - Hollywood pros are filling in for professors at an Allentown college.
Actors Charles Shaughnessy from the Nanny, "Pretty in Pink's" Kate Vernon and "Crime Story" writer Frank Megna took to the stage today at Cedar Crest College.
The stars are there to share career and marketing advice.
"Whether it's a TV piece or a theater piece or a film piece, what would be the best medium for it and how would you market each of these mediums? So we're giving the students something to gel around," said Charles Shaugnessy.
The event is part of the school's new Arts and Entertainment Marketing course.
The course teaches students how to develop a production from the script to the stage.
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