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The dispute between the commercial producers of Broadway musical “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” and the not-for-profit theater where the project originated has arrived at a resolution, according to a spokesperson for the show.
The new agreement, which both sides have opted to keep private, sees Ars Nova given more prominent credit with the lawsuit dropped in recompense.
The dust-up gets at the heart of the tensions that can underlie the increasingly close relationship between commercial producers and not-for-profit organizations. The issue of credit can be enormously important both for a not-for-profit, which gets a boost in prestige and prominence from a successful Broadway transfer, and for the commercial producers, eager to be credited for their own contributions in moving the show on to a future life.
Click the link below for the Variety.com article:
Producers Resolve Dispute Over 'Great Comet' Billing
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