What Does a Theatre Company Manager Do?

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A theatre company manager is a person who manages and directs all aspects of production including employees and actors. They have many responsibilities like controlling payment, making decisions on important matter and supervising production in general. They also require some important skills like knowing how to manage people and working with them effectively.
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