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- Publisher: Allworth Press,U.S.
- Format: Paperback | 256 pages
- Dimensions: 152mm x 226mm x 20mm | 422g
- Publication date: 1 November 2011
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 1581157614
- ISBN 13: 9781581157611
- Edition: 2, Revised
- Edition statement: 2nd Revised edition
- Sales rank: 1,238,748
The second edition of Building the Successful Theater Company takes readers even deeper into the world of theatrical production, examining in great depth the financial realities of establishing--and maintaining--a successful organization. This indispensable reference is updated to include more theater company profiles with expert advice to better reveal the pitfalls, passions, and practicalities of the theater industry. The author's been-there-done-that personal experiences along with the wisdom of esteemed theater company heads will encourage readers to aim high and overcome challenges to accomplish all of their creative and financial objectives. Everything from finding a performance space, to creating a first season, to promoting a company and production, to designing a long-term plan is discussed in detail in this engaging guide--a sometimes irreverent, always relevant look behind the curtain of the modern stage troupe. Chapters include developing business and budget plans, rehearsing, attracting attention with publicity and word-of-mouth, adapting to growth, and more. No other book contains the unique insights and sound advice found in this indispensable reference.
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Lisa Mulcahy is a theater teacher, director, performer, and multimedia writer. She was cowriter and stage director of the hit Off-Broadway musical Renegade Sluts on Bikes and was directed by Edward Albee in her appearance in his play Malcom. Her articles have been published in such magazines as Stage Direction, Teaching Theatre, Marie Claire, Glamour, and Seventeen. The author of Building the Successful Theater Company and Theater Festivals, both published by Allworth Press, she is based in New York City.