Theatre Unique: The Boston Repertory Theatre, Inc. and Its Cooperative Organizational Structure
Towner, Elizabeth A.
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While working as an apprentice at the Boston Repertory Theatre from January 4,1975 to March 20,1975 I gathered the following information by means or personal interviews and research of the Rep's previously printed publicity material. Whenever a quote appears (such as the goals and objectives on pages 69-71) it is taken from such printed material which the theatre makes available to interested friends and contributors. In addition, the information which appear.s in the appendices are copies of the theatre's official papers. I apologize for the condition of the xerox copies in appendix c, but I was unable to remove the Massachusetts Council of the Arts proposal from the Rep's offices and therefore had to use their copy machine.
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