Stage Money: The Business of the Professional Theater

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Index
accredited investors, 53
Acting Company, 67
actor, 16–17; census figures, 96–97; discounted labor, 98; nonunion wages, 99; overcapacity or economic glut, 95; unemployment rates, 152; working for free, 98–99
Actors Equity Association. See Equity
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The, 141
advertising, 18
Aida, 6, 7, 68
Albee, Edward, 39
Albom, Mitch, 138
Alexander, Jane, 131–32
Alfred P. Sloan Initiative, 144
Allen, Joan, 127
Alley Theatre, 113
Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./NY), 108–9, 111
Alliance Theatre, 38
Altar Boyz, 21, 22
alternative investments, 53
American Airlines Theatre, 115, 145
American Conservatory Theatre, 67, 113
American Folklore Theatre, 123
American Guild of Variety Artists, 76
American Musical Theatre, 151
American Research and Development Corporation, 50
American Shakespeare Center, 67
And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, 114
Anderson, Robert, 30
Angels in America, 30, 42–43
angels, 50. See also limited partners
Annie, 68
Arena Stage, 113
Argonautika, 137
Argosy Foundation, 151
Art of the American Musical: Conversations with Creators, The, 40
Art of the Turnaround: Creating and Maintaining Healthy Arts Organiza tions, The, 151
Arts in Crisis, 152
Ashley, Christopher, 141
Aspects of Love, 92
Auburn, David, 144
auctions setting rates of return, 49
audience for theatre, growth in size, 152
August: Osage County, 129–30
Avenue Q, 19–21, 30, 68, 77, 139
Awake and Sing, 143
Baci Management, 62–63
backers’ auditions, 15
Backstage East, 66, 151
Baisden, Michael, 56
Barefoot in the Park, 34, 39
Baruch, Steven, 52
Bats (actors with the Flea Theatre), 98–99
Baumol, W. J., 92
Beauty and the Beast, 5, 7, 39
Beauty Shop, 58
Beehive, 68
Belgrader, Andrei, 138
Bennett, Alan, 38
Berc, Shelley, 138
Berkeley Repertory, 137
Berlind, Roger A., 40, 150
Bernstein, Jed, 12

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