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.
THE CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS
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activity actors adjusted gross income admissions American amount annual Appendix Table Art Form artistic personnel Arts Audience Arts Council Average Number Ballet box office Broadway theater calculated cent Century Fund audience chapter Cincinnati commercial theater consumer price index cost per concert cost per performance Covent Garden decline dollar earned income economic estimate expensive figures Foundation frequency of attendance Fund audience survey grants graph growth rates Income Class income gap individual less major orchestras Males mass media Median Income Metropolitan Opera million Music musicians National number of concerts number of performances occupations off-Broadway theater operation orches over-all percentage performing arts performing organizations period persons play population production proportion rate of increase regional theaters relative reported rise salaries season seats SOURCE Statistics Symphony Orchestra Teachers ticket prices tion trends United week wholesale price index York City York City Ballet York City Opera York Philharmonic