Business and Legal Forms for Theater (Second Edition)

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 2013-02-17
  • Publisher: FRWHEEL

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Hereis a complete, easy-to-use resource for anyone involved in the performing arts!This expanded edition contains 40 indispensable, hard-to-find contracts andforms that will save artists and performing groups thousands of dollars inlawyer's fees, while minimizing their legal risks. Attorney/producer/playwrightCharles Grippo explains the proper use of each form in clear, concise language.No matter which side of the negotiating table you're on, you'll find plenty ofpractical advice to help you obtain the best possible deal. These ready-to-useforms and contracts cover every aspect of theater law, including authoragreements, commissions, production license, play publishing, and more. Alsoincluded on a convenient CD-ROM, the forms can be copied electronically,modified, customized, and saved. Newto this edition are contracts for performing arts designers; fight and stuntdirectors; musicians; stage managers and technical directors; front of thehouse personnel; commissions for original musical compositions; and much more.From producers and directors, to performers and choreographers, to theatricaldesigners and box office managers, this volume is a necessity for anyoneinvolved in the performing arts.

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