The Commercial Theater Institute guide to producing plays and musicals

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Applause Theatre & Cinema Books,
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c2006.
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(Applause Books). Now in its 25th year, the Commercial Theater Institute sponsors an annual intensive program in New York for individuals interested in producing or investing in the theatre that attracts people from all over the world. The top working theatre professionals offer hard, factual information to those interested in producing for Broadway, Off-Broadway, Off-Off-Broadway, anywhere in North America, as well as in the United Kingdom. The Commercial Theater Institute Guide to Producing Plays and Musicals now collects for the first time the cream of the crop of that advice, from the noted theatre professionals who participate in the program, in their own words. Interviews, contributions, and a resource directory are included from 30 theatre professionals who have won a total of 45 Tony Awards. Agents, directors, production designers, general managers, fundraisers, marketing directors, producers, and theatrical attorneys all offer invaluable advice in a book that will be the definitive resource in its field.
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table_of_contents Wet and happy, or how to hold on to your inspiration / David Binder -- An independent view, from MARS / Amy Danis and Mark Johannes -- Collaborations between not-for-profit and commercial theatres / Michael David -- Other people's money / Susan Quint Gallin -- Business as unusual / Kevin McCollum -- You never forget your first time / Harriet Newman Leve -- For the love of theatre / Daryl Roth -- Commercial producer, resident theatre collaborations / Roche Edward Schulfer -- From the West End to Broadway / Elizabeth Williams -- You can take the agent out of the theatre... / William Craver -- The view from here / Jack Tantleff -- The center of tension, the physical production / Neil A. Mazzella -- Things that have been done to me, confessions of a theatre landlord / Alan Schuster -- The road not taken / Mike Isaacson -- Financing commercial theatre / Steven Baruch -- Disposing of disposable income / Rodger Hess -- Developing a theatrical property / George Allison Elmer -- I'm not a [insert profession here], but I play one in the theatre / Roger Alan Gindi -- The arranged marriage between not-for-profit theatre companies and commercial producers / Jason Baruch -- Notes from the trenches of a young (well, under 40) theatrical attorney / Ben Feldman -- Too much is not enough, theatrical public relations in the age of the Blackberry[superscript TM] / Adrian Bryan-Brown -- Why Broadway is booming / Nancy Coyne -- Advertising to producers, advertising to audiences / Jim Edwards -- Top billing : theatrical advertising / Barbara Eliran -- Passion / Shara Victoria Mendelson.
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title The Commercial Theater Institute guide to producing plays and musicals
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