Most popular Theatre management books
The most popular Theatre management books currently available. Updated weekly.
This illustrated collection documents Quarantine's large scale performance work, Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring., together with a collection of writings from many different disciplines and perspectives on its various themes, specifically regarding the human life cycle and human relationships to time. -- .
From its beginnings as a small studio in the 1920s, the Disney Company has become one of the most influential organizations in the world of entertainment. This book examines the influence of the Walt Disney Company and the reasons for Disney's universal appeal.
Inspired by the twenty-five-year history of New York's Foundry Theatre, A Moment on the Clock of the World is an anthology of inquiry arising both within and between art and social justice practices.
An explanation of every aspect of stage management and theatre administration.
This title provides everything readers need to know about staging a musical, from choosing a show and assembling the creative team, through rehearsals, technical and budgetary matters to moving into the theatre, the first night and beyond.
This title takes you through the process of making shows happen from the viewpoint of the production manager, the person responsible for everything on stage that is not an actor. It describes different types of productions, the role, the working life of backstage teams and theatre administration.
Intended for students, graduates and various aspirants to stage management, amateur or professional, whether the production is on a large or small scale, this title offers the basics of stage management. Featuring charts and helpful checklists, it takes the reader through a typical production week by week.
How to Run a Theatre is a unique, dynamic, and savvy guide to building an arts institution that works. Drawing on more than 30 years of experience, here is practical advice on a variety of management skills: Financial; Personnel; Fundraising; Board of Trustees Communications; and Marketing & Audience Development.
How to run a low/no budget theatre company or production, without losing either your integrity or your shirt.
A unique guide revealing the secrets behind succeeding at the Edinburgh Fringe. Performers, venue managers, directors, producers, critics, press officers, and award judges offer their tried and tested advice to help to secure success for your show at the world's largest arts festival.