By Charles Grippo
Finally, the definitive company and criminal survival package for an individual offering stay leisure! the whole variety of people thinking about entertainment-- performers, writers, and administrators to field place of work managers, theater board individuals, and theater owners--will locate finished solutions to questions about each point of theater company and legislation. Written by means of legal professional, manufacturer, and playwright, this publication unearths countless numbers of insider innovations for minimizing felony charges, negotiating contracts, and licensing and generating performs. It additionally gains professional, functional recommendation on such issues as tax hazards and liabilities, safeguard rules, organizing the theater corporation, financing, field workplace administration, not-for-profit administration, and masses extra. Plus every little thing is defined in actual fact, written with out a lot of criminal jargon.
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Lakeport is not in an area zoned for the use for which Holiday Road Theater Company desires to lease the premises. This agreement is conditioned upon Holiday Road’s obtaining rezoning of the property for use as a twohundred-seat live-performance venue open to the public within sixty days after the date thereof. Holiday Road shall use its best efforts to obtain said rezoning. If, by the expiration of sixty days, said rezoning is denied, Holiday Road may declare this agreement null and void and obtain full and immediate refund of all deposits paid.
That is, the producer intends from the beginning that the show will only play “X” number of 18 Your Performance Space performances, even if it is a sold-out hit. Other shows are open ended—that is, the producer does not schedule a closing date, because he hopes business will be enough to keep the show running for years. OPEN-ENDED RUNS. An open-ended run is often a mixed bag for an owner. In the case of a hit, she can continue to collect rentals for a very long time. But at the same time, the owner doesn’t want to tie up her venue with a show that may barely be limping along.
Don’t sell these people short. Often, they can provide you with an incredible amount of help. In one community, for instance, citizens rallied to save an Art Deco movie palace that had been a fixture of downtown life since the 1920s. The owners wanted to close the theater. By coincidence, a theater company from a nearby town had lost its lease and was seeking other facilities. It couldn’t afford the movie palace on its own. So the locals organized their own nonprofit corporation. City Hall pitched in some help, too.
The Stage Producer's Business and Legal Guide by Charles Grippo