The Performing arts in a new era
An ambitious undertaking in a field often lacking critical data, the book also includes an assessment of the state of information on the performing arts. Trends affecting commercial and large nonprofit organizations, midsized nonprofit groups,and smaller, community-level groups are all examined.
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