Resurrected Livent Theatre Will Resurrect Showbill

Simonson, Robert
November 1997
Back Stage;11/21/97, Vol. 38 Issue 47, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that Livent's Ford Center for the Performing Arts in New York will foster the rebirth of Showbill, a defunct title owned by program provider Playbill. Obstacle that prevented Livent from reaching an agreement with Playbill; Demand of Ford Motor Co. from Playbill; Schedule for the staging of the musical `Ragtime' at the Ford Center.


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