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Agreement between a promoter and a theater group for a single performance.

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This Performing Agreement for a Theatre Group is between the group and a promoter who will promote the theatre group for a single performance. This agreement sets forth the description of the performance, venue and the date of performance. It also sets out who will furnish the props, costumes or any programs. It is important that this type of agreement be written rather than left to oral interpretation. A written Performing Agreement for a Theatre Group will prove invaluable in the event of disagreements or misunderstandings between the parties.

This Performing Agreement for a Theatre Group includes the following:
  • Parties: The identities of the group and the promoter;
  • Performance: Detailed description of theatre performance including the venue and date;
  • Venue: Promoter agrees to furnish the venue free of charge and obtain all necessary licenses;
  • Programs: Theatre group will furnish any program copies;
  • Publicity: Promoter will make all efforts to publicize performance to maximize attendance;
  • Payment to Theatre Group: Promoter agrees to pay the group at least seven days in advance of performance;
  • Claims for Damages: Neither party will submit any claims for damages in case of illness, accident or other acts;
  • Signatures: Both parties must sign this agreement.

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Number of Pages4
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
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Performing Agreement
(Theatre Group)



THIS AGREEMENT made as of [Date of Agreement (ie. July 1, 2002)] between [Name of Theatre Group] (the "Theatre Group") of [Address of Theatre Group] and [Name of Promoter] (the "Promoter") of [Address of Promoter].
(A)   The Promoter is a promoter of artists, musicians and other performers; and
(B)   The Promoter wishes to retain the Theatre Group to perform in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement;
NOW THEREFORE in consideration of the recitals, the mutual covenants hereinafter set forth, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties hereto hereby agree as follows:
1.   The Promoter hereby retains the Theatre Group to perform, and the Theatre Group agrees to perform [Description of Performance (ie. the play "Julius Caesar")] (the "Performance") at [Describe Venue of Performance (ie. the Opera House, Anywhere, State)] (the "Venue") on [Date of Performance].
2.   The Promoter agrees to furnish the Venue at its own expense on the date at the time mentioned for the Performance, well-heated, lighted, clean, in good order, and with all necessary tickets, special police, ushers, ticket sellers (whether the sales take place at the Venue or elsewhere), ticket-takers, bill-posting, mailing, and distribution of circulars, daily display and advertising in the principal newspapers, licence (if required), clean dressing rooms near the stage for the Theatre Group, and all necessary services connected with the foregoing. The Promoter further agrees to ensure that the stage is entirely cleared in readiness for the Performance and acknowledges that the Theatre Group will require unrestricted use of the stage several hours during the day on which the Performance takes place in order to erect scenery and lighting which once erected shall be permitted to remain in position until the end of the Performance.
3.   The Theatre Group agrees to furnish a copy of the program to be performed during the Performance which is to be printed in conformity with material furnished by the Theatre Group, and distributed in sufficient quantity by the Promoter at its expense.
4.   The Promoter agrees to use reasonable commercial efforts to publicize the Performance in order to maximize attendance at the Performance. The Theatre Group will, as a courtesy but not as an obligation, furnish such quantity of cuts, press material, circulars, window cards or posters as the Theatre Group in its sole discretion considers necessary or desirable. The Promoter agrees to properly distribute and display all advertising material it receives, and to pay shipping, express charges or both on material furnished by the Theatre Group.
5.   As consideration for agreeing to give the Performance, the Promoter agrees to pay the Theatre Group, at least seven (7) days prior to the Performance, the sum of [Specify amount of Fee (ie. $50,000)] plus applicable taxes by cash or by certified cheque.
6.   In case of sickness of, or of accident to the Theatre Group or any of its artists or performers, or if the performance is rendered impossible or unfeasible by any act or regulation of any public authority, civil tumult, riot, strike, epidemic, interruption, delay, cessation, or interference with transportation services, or for any other cause beyond the control of the Theatre Group, it is agreed that there shall be no claim for damages by either party to this Agreement, and the Theatre Group's obligation as to the Performance shall be considered to be waived. In the event that the giving of the Performance is prevented by regulation of military or civil authorities as the result of war conditions or emergencies, neither of the parties shall be liable to the other under this Agreement.
7.   The Promoter agrees that no radio apparatus or transmitting device shall be used at the Venue during the Performance, in any manner or form, and the Promoter agrees to take all steps necessary to prevent the broadcasting, recording or reproduction by radio or any other device of the Performance, or any part of it.
8.   This Agreement represents the full understanding between the parties hereto, and the Theatre Group shall not be bound by any terms or undertaking other than those contained in this Agreement. This Agreement may not be assigned by the Promoter, but shall be binding on the Promoter and the Promoter's personal representatives and successors. No consent of the Theatre Group or the Promoter required to be given shall be valid unless signed in writing by the Theatre Group or the Promoter.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

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