Largest Indianapolis-Area Performing-Arts Organizations

Cullather, Sarah; Stacy, Terri
December 2003
Indianapolis Business Journal;2004 Book of Lists, Vol. 24 Issue 41, p172
Lists the largest Indianapolis-area performing-arts organizations as of August 18, 2003 ranked by fiscal year operating budget. Rank; Organization name; Business address; Contact information; Fiscal year operating budget; Ticket sales; Total season attendance and performances; Average ticket price; Operating dates; Total employees; Primary show venue; Performance company description; Major funding source.


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