Greening Up Our Houses: A Guide to a More Ecologically Sound Theatre
This is the first book of its kind in the country, filled with detailed information about eco-management strategies. It examines the business of theatre--from scenic design to program design, from artistic direction to janitorial services--for the environmental impact information into one easy-to-use reference.
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Key Concepts for Going Green
A Proactive Approach
Artistic and Managing Directors
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