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A Financial Detective Story about Staging "Death of a Salesman" in 1949 and 2012 by Peter Wayner

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"A lively piece of investigative journalism, with a healthy dose of sarcasm, Wayner's book debunks the criticism and lays out the truth as only someone who loves theatre - and numbers - could."
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"I cannot say enough good things about it. I think it should be required reading for anyone who is studying theatre, planning to go into the industry or just really loves Broadway. It puts everything in a whole new light. I plan to tell all my friends and go as far as to make it required reading for my interns. It’s an invaluable lesson in what it costs to put on a show, where the money goes and why it’s going there–but it’s also the history of what has changed since 1949 (which by the way, is only 3 years after the Tonys were created)."
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