Stage Money: The Business of the Professional Theater

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2.1Some union minimums on-and off-Broadway as of 200819
3.1Revenues for Broadway productions, 1999–200832
3.2Revenues for Broadway productions, 2000–200733
3.3Broadway hits vs. flops35
34Rates of return for common investments48
3.5Rates of return for investments including venture capital50
3.6Rates of return for common and uncommon investments54
4.1Gross ticket sales for Broadway and Broadway League tours64
4.2Timeline leading to Key Brand Entertainment dominance73
5.1Cost-revenue relationship in the commercial theater83
5.2Cost-revenue relationship in a business with “normal” operating leverage84
5.3The Shubert Theatre seating chart for Spamalot88
54Entertainment prices in New York City91
5.5Cost-revenue relationship in the not-for-profit theater92
5.6Average Broadway ticket prices vs. inflation93
I.1Equity members who earned in 200796
I.2All Equity member earnings in 200797
6.1Numbers of LORT theaters by state107
6.2The not-for-profit theater as seen in a Venn diagram111
6.3A typical organizational chart for a not-for-profit theater116
6.4Source of budget for not-for-profit theaters118
6.5Sources of unearned income for not-for-profit theaters119
6.6Expenses for not-for-profit theaters120

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