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ANMT’s sixth annual MUSICAL THEATRE BOOT CAMP presents:


Instructor: Gordon Firemark

One Tuesday evening, 7-9pm

July 19

Course Fee: $195 (Early Bird/ANMT Member Fee: $145)


Join Theatrical Attorney and Producer Gordon Firemark for a survey of the legal issues confronted in the development and production of theatrical works. We’ll discuss underlying rights issues, licenses, options, commissions and collaborations, we’ll also look at some of the common financing pitfalls and the troublesome questions of subsidiary rights and director’s claims of copyright in other authors’ works. Finally, there will be ample time for participants’ questions. Don’t miss what promises to be a lively, informative and entertaining discussion.

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Theatrical Attorney Gordon P. Firemark represents artists, authors, producers and others in the fields of theatre, film, television, music and new media. In addition to his practice, Mr. Firemark is a professor of business law at Loyola Marymount University and Theatre Law at Southwestern University School of Law. He is the host and producer of the Entertainment Law Update Podcast. A theatrical producer himself, he is also the author of the soon-to-be-published Theatre Producer’s Legal Survival Manual. More information is available at http://firemark.com.

Mr. Firemark is the President of the Board of Directors of ANMT. Mr. Firemark holds a B.A. in Radio, Television and Film from the University of Oregon, and earned his law degree at Southwestern University School of Law. Before opening The Law Offices of Gordon P. Firemark, Mr. Firemark was a partner with the Business Affairs Group, a boutique entertainment law firm in Los Angeles. He has also worked in the legal and business affairs departments at Hanna Barbera Productions and the MGM/UA Worldwide Television Group, and started his legal career as an associate at Neville L. Johnson & Associates, a West L.A. firm specializing in entertainment litigation.

Scott Guy
Author: Scott Guy

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Under Scott's tenure, the Academy has developed over 100 musicals for producers across the country, and over 200 independent musicals by ANMT writers. Scott has produced several ANMT musical theatre festivals and multiple seasons of concert readings and concerts. Scott's current and recent writing projects include: a musical with Placido Domingo, Jr., script consultancy with Disney for a Pirates of the Caribbean musical; book of Manson's Girls; and book/lyrics for Der FrankLloydWrightenlieder. SPAM: a song cycle will receive its world premiere at Boston Metro Opera next year. Television credits: Six Emmy nominations, and over 100 produced television scripts for Warner Bros., FOX-TV, Disney, Discovery Channel, PBS, etc. www.scottguy.biz.

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