A listing of about 215 books and magazine articles on the "live" performing arts, excluding cinema and music halls, but including theater, opera, ballet, and concerts. Community and campus theater is included. The arrangement is by author, or title for anonymous items, under these headings: performing arts centers; the economics of the performing arts; general references on the state of the performing arts.
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