Stage Money The Business of the Professional Theater

ISBN-10: 1570039070
ISBN-13: 9781570039072
Edition: 2010 (Revised)
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List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press
Publication date: 5/30/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Tom Casey, Tim Donahue, and Eric Seubert have worked together for over 10 years at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Buck Consultants, The Concours Group and now Discussion Partner Collaborative.  Their blog is at Tom Caseyis the Managing Principal of Discussion Partner Collaborative, an executive advisory firm focused on Human Capital Strategy. An expert in the development of organizational transformation strategies during his 30+ years of consulting, he  held senior positions with Harbridge House Inc.,  Arthur D. Little,  PricewaterhouseCoopers, Buck Consultants and The Concours Group before foundingDiscussion Partner Collaborative. Tom has authored over 70 articles on Human Capital strategy. Talent Readiness, The Future Is Now  is his third book on the topic. Tom resides both in suburban Boston and Lima, Peru ldquo;whichever is warmer at the timerdquo;.  Tim Donahueis Principal ofTalent Directions, a New York-based consultancy specializing in talent advisory, leadership development and executive coaching. Before foundingTalent Directions, Tim was with both PricewaterhouseCoopers and The Concours Group. Eric Seubertis an executive advisor, author and platform speaker.  He advises global clients on human capital transformation issues.  Eric is a Managing Principal atTalent Strategy Advisors, a workforce planning and talent management consultancy offering advisory, executive education and insight research services. Ericrsquo;s upcoming bookThe Making of a Workforce Strategywill be published in Winter 2010/2011.  

Jim Patterson, the author of Stage Directing (Allyn & Bacon), spent three decades at the University of South Carolina, where he headed the MFA program in directing and taught its secondary theater-methods course. A Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Patterson has been recognized for his work by the South Carolina Speech Communication Association and the South Carolina Theatre Association, and was awarded the state's Order of the Silver Crescent.

List of Illustrations
Preface: It's All about the Money
Commercial Theaters vs Not-for-Profit Theaters: Key Differences
Intermission: Disney on Broadway
Commercial Theater On- and Off-Broadway: Finance and Legal Structures
Intermission: Broadway and the Shubert Foundation
Risk and Return in the Commercial Theater
Intermission: The Chitlin' Circuit
The Road and Las Vegas
Intermission: Playbill
Ticket Pricing
Intermission: The Glut of Performers: Actors' Earnings and Actors Equity
The Not-for-Profit Professional Theater
Intermission: Steppenwolf Theatre Company and the Stages of Financial Growth
Shall We Dance? The Commercial and Not-for-Profit Theater Relationship
Afterword: Looking to the Future
Appendix: 2008-2009 Broadway Season Summary
Selected Bibliography
About the Authors

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