Stage Money: The Business of the Professional Theater

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The most often used, commonly available sources for Stage Money are not cited. Articles consulted from the New York Times, Variety, Back Stage East, and other widely available periodicals are not enumerated here. Self-descriptions, biographies, or sales figures from individual or organization Web sites are also not cited here. Much specific budget data for not-for-profit theaters came from the IRS 990 forms, which are public records generally available; the IRS sources are omitted from this bibliography. Revenues of Broadway runs came from the Broadway League’s Web site, and minimum salaries came from the various unions’ Web sites.

What follows is a bibliography of the remaining sources, not mentioned above, used in crafting Stage Money.

Adler, Steven. On Broadway: Art and Commerce on the Great White Way. Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, 2004.

“All America’s a Stage: Growth and Challenges in the Nonprofit Theatre.” Washington, D.C.: National Endowment for the Arts, 2008.

American Theatre Wing. Working in the Theatre: First and Loudest: The Malting of Broad way. Video program in a series, http://americantheatrewing.org/wit/detail/marketing_ o6–09. Accessed August 10, 2009.

American Theatre Wing. Working in the Theatre: Off-Broadway Companies. Video program in a series, http://americantheatrewing.org/wit/detail/off_broadway_companies_01–08. Accessed August 10, 2009.

American Theatre Wing. Working in the Theatre: Producing Broadway. Video program in a series, http://americantheatrewing.org/wit/detail/producing_broadway_05–08. Accessed August 10, 2009.

American Theatre Wing. Working in the Theatre: Producing Commercial Theatre Off-Broad way. Video program in a series, http://americantheatrewing.org/wit/detail/producing_ commercial_theatre_ofi_broadway_10–06. Accessed August 10, 2009.

American Theatre Wing. Working in the Theatre: Producing Commercial Theatre. Video program in a series, http://americantheatrewing.org/wit/detail/producing_commercial_ theatre_12–05. Accessed August 10, 2009.

American Theatre Wing. Working in the Theatre: The Not-for-Profits of Broadway. Video program in a series, http://americantheatrewing.org/wit/detail/not_for_profits_of_ broadway_n_04. Accessed August 10, 2009.

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