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by James Seabright

Author: James Seabright
Subcategory: Performing Arts
Language: English
Publisher: Nick Hern Books (May 17, 2011)
Pages: 256 pages
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Rating: 4.5
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Nick Hern Books) by James Seabright Paperback £1. 6. When was a book about how to be a producer a page-turner? That is what this is - and it is essential reading for anyone contemplating a life in the theatre fast lane. -Thelma Holt, Producer.

Nick Hern Books) by James Seabright Paperback £1. Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Commercial theatrical production requires a combination of optimism, acumen and a dose of good fortune. It also requires a great deal of complicated background information.

A good book on producing theatre, written by a successful theatre producer!. They are stored locally on your computer or mobile device. valuable information for anyone putting on a production of any scale in any setting'. Total Theatre ? career guides. Imprint: Nick Hern Books.

This book is a practical guide to getting started in theatre production. I was lucky to be hired as a part-time administrator for theatre company Ophaboom at the start of my career, whilst also pursuing my own projects

This book is a practical guide to getting started in theatre production. I write from the perspective of being a relative newcomer myself, entering my tenth year as a professional producer around the time this book is published. Hopefully I am still close enough to the starting blocks to remember what it’s like for a novice producer. This book is not a manual on how to produce massive commercial shows. I was lucky to be hired as a part-time administrator for theatre company Ophaboom at the start of my career, whilst also pursuing my own projects. I soon grew into more of a producing role for the company.

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Start by marking So You Want To Be A Theatre Producer? as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Packed full of insights and tricks of the trade, this book will give you the inspiration and confidence you need, whether you are taking your first steps in the profession or simply want to know what it takes to get a show on the stage.

Booking your venue or a tour. Marketing and selling the show effectively. Getting the production designed, rehearsed and onto the stage. Books related to So You Want to be a Theatre Producer? Skip this list. From the fundamental (dealing with contracts) to the frivolous (how to organise your first-night party), every aspect is explained with the help of illuminating examples. At last, hundreds of students on arts management and administration courses have a comprehensive reference book.

Drawing on his own experience as a producer of theatre productions at every level – from university, via the fringe, to the West End – James Seabright takes you through each stage of the process: Having an idea for a show or getting the rights to an existing one Planning your budget an. .

Drawing on his own experience as a producer of theatre productions at every level – from university, via the fringe, to the West End – James Seabright takes you through each stage of the process: Having an idea for a show or getting the rights to an existing one Planning your budget and raising the money Booking your venue or a tour Marketing and selling.

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Nick Hern Books) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. JAMES SEABRIGHT is one of the UK’s fastest-rising and most exciting theatre producers. valuable information for anyone putting on a production of any scale in any setting. He has produced nearly one hundred shows on UK tours, in the West End and at the Edinburgh Festival where he is the most prolific producer on the Fringe (with seventeen productions scheduled for the 2009 Festival).

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James Seabright has produced and/or general managed a wide range of shows, with an emphasis on touring shows around the UK and internationally, as well as productions in various venues both on and off West End in London. He was named in 2008's Stage 100 list of leading figures involved with the Edinburgh fringe, and 2010's Stage 100 list of the most influential people in British theatre. Country of Publication.

Packed full of insights and tricks of the trade, this book will give you the inspiration and confidence you need, whether you are taking your first steps in the profession or simply want to know what it takes to get a show on the stage.