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307 307 index Actors’ Equity, 43, 77, 81, 145, 285 Actors’ Fund of America, 84, 85 Actors Studio, 92 Actors’ Theatre, 31 Actors Theatre of Louisville, 208–24; celebration of achievements of, 208–9; donor involvement in, 209–10; motivations of donors and, 209; origin of, 216–17; reliance of, on donors, 209, 213–14; success of, 222. See also BrownForman Corporation; Courier-Journal and Louisville Times Foundation, The; Humana Festival of New American Plays; Humana Foundation Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 8, 10 Aldrich, Nelson, 226–27 Alley Theatre, 183 Alswang, Ralph, 75 American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 72, 127 American Conservatory Theatre, 157 American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA), 75; background of, 80; Matinee Series of, 80–84 American Repertory Theatre, 66–67 Ames, Winthrop, 25–26 angel as term, 14n.1, 26, 32–33 ANTA. See American National Theatre and Academy Applebome, Peter, 260–61 Arena Stage, 184 Arney, Randall, 145, 146, 147, 148–49 Aron, Jeff, 118 Arthur, Helen, 38, 41–42, 45; and founding of Actor Managers, 50; lesbianism of, 42 ArtsFund. See Corporate Council for the Arts Astor, Vincent, 3 Ballet Russes, 27, 46, 48, 128 Bargreen, Melinda, 163–64 Barker, Harley Granville, 25 Baumol, William J., 5, 179 Beer, Alice, 47, 48 Bel Geddes, Norman, 31, 58 Bennett, Michael, 140, 141 Bernstein, Aline, 47, 48, 51 Bingham family, 217–19 Bishop, André, 244, 255 Blau, Herbert, 184 Block, Richard, 216, 217 Bok, Edward William, 62–63 Bok, Mary, 12, 61–65; background of, 62– 63; father of, 61–62; financial problems of, 64–65; husbands of, 62–63, 69n.25; motivations for theater philanthropy, 64, 67; philanthropy of, 63–64. See also Civic Repertory Theatre, patrons of; Le Gallienne, Eva, patrons of 308 index Boone, Christen McDonough, 213, 219, 220–21 Bovasso, Julie, 205 Bowen, William G., 5, 179 Brewster, Mary, 40 Brooks, Mel, 142 Brown, George Garvin, 214 Brown, Osley, II, 214–15 Brown, Sara, 215 Brown-Forman Corporation, 214–16, 221 Brown University, 84, 97, 251 Bruno, Mary, 161 Brustein, Robert, 7, 242, 245, 249 Bullitt, Harriet, 166–67 Burch, G. E., 196 Business Committee for the Arts, 5, 213 Café La MaMa, 12, 83, 92, 121, 190–91, 199–207; background of, 199–201; mission of, 200–201; in Umbria, 202–4. See also Stewart, Ellen Caffe Cino, 83, 121, 199 Cameron, Ben, 9, 112 Capps, Edward, 230 Carnegie, Andrew, 3, 227–28; and Carnegie Foundation, 174 Carson, Johnny, 2, 14n.4 Castillo Theatre, 12, 104–19; All Stars Talent Show Network, 114; boycott by New York press of, 111–12; Community Literary Research Project, 107–8; description of, 104–5; early years of, 107; funding of, 104–6, 108–10, 112–13, 115, 117; move to Greenwich Street, 111; move uptown, 112; New Alliance Party, 111; New York Institute for Social Therapy and Research, 106–7, 108; origin of, 105–7; outreach success, 113; success of, 118. See also Newman, Fred Cates, Gilbert, 147 censorship. See National Endowment for the Arts, censorship by Chelsea Theatre Center, 83 Cheney, Sheldon, 26 Cherry, Wendell, 210–11, 212 Civic Repertory Theatre, 31, 183; Apprentice Group of, 64; closing of, 65; economic problems of, 64–65; founding of, 59–60; legacy of, 64, 65–66; patrons of, 59–61, 63–65 Clarke, Martha C., 96 Clear Channel, 12, 276–93; compared to Theatrical Syndicate, 276–77; and competition from IPN, 285–86; criticism of, 284–85, 287–88; establishes Live Nation, 287–89; growth and development of, 277–83, 287–89; and growth and development of SFX, 276, 279–81; motivation of, 282, 288; policies of, 284; productions of, 283–84 Cleveland Playhouse, 181 Clinton, Bill, 12 Coe, Richard, 82 Collins, Patsy (née Bullitt). See Bullitt, Harriet Connelly, Mark, 31 Copeau, Jacques, 28 Cornell, Katharine, 127, 128 Cornett, Ewel, 216 Corporate Council for the Arts, 160; problems at, 161–62; transformed into ArtsFund , 166. See also Donnelly, Peter corporate philanthropy: amount of contributions , 4, 5, 8; motivation for, 5–6, 8; and tax laws, 5 Courier-Journal and Louisville Times Foundation , The: background of, 217–18; extent of philanthropy by, 218–19; motivation of, for theater philanthropy, 217 Craig, Edward Gordon, 39, 46 Crawford, Cheryl, 66 Crossman, Liz, 165 Curtis, Cyrus, 61–62, 63 Curtis, Mary. See Bok, Mary Curtis Institute of Music, 63 Dahler, Warren, 47 Dallas Theater Center, 160 de Acosta, Mercedes; producing Jehanne d’Arc, 55, 58–59; and Eva Le Gallienne, 55, 56 Dean, Michael, 113 De Lamar, Alice, 12...

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9780809387434
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9780809327478
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OCLC
859155864
Pages
320
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2014-01-01
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English
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