theatrical producer


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someone who produces theatrical performances

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Les Miserables: From Stage to Screen provides a fine collection illustrated with images from behind the scenes of theatre and film productions, telling of the rise of the show from a modest Paris production into an award-winning, famous affair thanks to the collaborative efforts of its writers and theatrical producer.
Stephen Eich is an independent theatrical producer in Los Angeles.
Auctioneer (AU4383), Theatrical Producer and owner of White Glove Auction Company (AB3187) Mr.
Above him are theatrical producer Sir Cameron Mackintosh whose personal wealth is estimated at pounds 725 million and record industry executive Clive Calder whose fortune is said to be pounds 1,350 million.
Above him are theatrical producer Sir Cameron Mackintosh whose personal wealth is estimated at pounds 725m and record industry executive Clive Calder whose fortune is said to be pounds 1,350m.
Michael Wolk, writer of Innocent Blood (1992) became a Broadway theatrical producer (The Jersey Boys), while Dennis Palumbo (My Favorite Year, 1982) retrained as a psychotherapist, and now pursues a parallel career as a blogger and Hollywood commentator.
The hope, obviously, is that one or more of these is hugely successful," says Disney Theatrical producer and prexy Thomas Schumacher.
It goes like this: Frazee was the owner of the Boston Red Sox and a profligate theatrical producer.
Delysia has 24 hours to decide on one of three men: her gangster boss in whose lavish art-deco flat she's living, a star-making theatrical producer with whom she's sleeping, and a true-hearted but flat-broke pianist with whom she's in love.
Joe Papp (the acclaimed theatrical producer and director) suggested I do it.
Described by The Journal's very own David Whetstone as 'a wonderful romp' The Producers is the story of down-on-his-luck theatrical producer Max Bialystock and his hapless accountant Leo Bloom.
Adapted by Mel Brooks from his 1968 film of the same name, it follows the amusing tale of down-on-his-luck theatrical producer Max Bialystock, played by Cory English, and his hapless accountant Leo Bloom, played by Pasquale.
Coudair puts Rusty on the cover as a bride, and soon a wealthy theatrical producer friend of his is starring her in a lavish musical and also looking to marry her.
SURELY even the most cruel theatrical producer would not have dared inflict the exquisite torment doled out by the BBC series, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?
In a new memoir, Present at the Creation, Leaping in the Dark, and Going Against the Grain (Applause Books), theatrical producer Stuart Ostrow recalls that he and the director Peter Hunt were also there to talk about the musical--and they "spent the afternoon watching Dylan drink the house brandy as quickly as MacLeish could refill his sniffer.