TCG's New Slate, Nine Board Members Take Reins July 1

Armbrust, Roger
June 1998
Back Stage;06/26/98, Vol. 39 Issue 26, p2
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Provides information on the officers and board members of the Theater Communications Group which will begin serving on July 1, 1998. Why executive director Ben Cameron wanted to increase the organization's board size; Appointed president and vice presidents; Board members elected to four-year terms.


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