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"Performing Arts Management is a must-read for every student and manager of performing arts, from theater to classical music, opera to dance. This comprehensive volume is the most authoritative and up-todate source for anyone in the field seeking the wisdom and expertise of more than 150 nonprofit and commercial performing arts professionals. Uncover the realities of running a performing arts organization today, as the authors offer extensive, in-depth information."--BOOK JACKET.
Jessica Bathurst teaches undergraduate theater management at Brooklyn College. Tobie S. Stein holds the Koppelman Professorship at Brooklyn College, The City University of New York, and is the director of its graduate program in performing arts management.
Table of Contents
|Organizational Structures and Managerial Positions||p. 1|
|Mission, Vision, and Strategy||p. 51|
|Nonprofit Formation and Legal Considerations||p. 81|
|Commercial Producing||p. 103|
|Financial Management||p. 131|
|Developing a Funding Base||p. 167|
|Strategies for Selling Tickets||p. 275|
|Performing Arts Education||p. 341|
|Labor Relations||p. 365|
|Touring Productions||p. 395|
|Facility Management||p. 425|
|Career Development Strategies: The Role of the Internship||p. 505|
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