Performing Arts: The Economic Dilemma; a Study of Problems Common to Theater, Opera, Music, and Dance
The financial problems of live professional performing arts; the implications of these problems for the future of the performing arts in the Unites States; the alternatives facing the arts, their costs and the burdens they require society to shoulder.
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