Open Book Theater Management

Open Book Theater Management : Ethical Theater Production

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In the world of Fringe (or Off-Off Broadway) theatre, a strong debate has been raging for years - when you're producing a low/no-budget production, how on earth can you make it happen and still treat everyone involved in an open, honest and ethical manner? Where do you stand with profit-share productions when you can't afford to pay Union minimums? Open Book Theatre Management, along with its free online resources of instructional budget spreadsheets, is the first book ever to show you exactly how to mount a theatre production without losing either your integrity or your shirt. It is aimed at actors, directors and producers in the early stages of their careers; drama schools; and further and higher education establishments. The methodologies outlined in the book are transferable across all countries in which arts funding is difficult to secure. The time for going to the Establishment with the begging bowl is over. There need be no more excuses. The author will even show you how to start your own theatre company for only a tenner...
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Product details

  • Paperback | 183 pages
  • 140 x 220 x 11mm | 222g
  • Zero Books
  • Ropley, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 178279641X
  • 9781782796411
  • 644,580

About Rafe Beckley

Rafe Beckley trained as an actor at the East 15 Acting School in England. Since then, he has worked as an actor, theatre director and teacher. He is a member of Equity and the Directors Guild of Great Britain. He lives in Hertfordshire, England.
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