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How Did Rebecca's Financing Get So Weird? Commission Payments
"The financially troubled stockbroker who appears to have played a role in the real-life crime drama that scuttled the Broadway musical Rebecca was to receive a commission on the $4.5 million that he was said to be raising for the show, an unusual arrangement in modern theater financing." The New York Times 10/05/12
Posted October 5, 2012 12:46 AM




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