- New York Theatrical Syndicate
The New York Theatrical Syndicate was a major force in the theatre of the United States in the late 19th and early 20th century. It was run by Klaw & Erlanger, a Broadway firm, and controlled musical performances of many kinds throughout North America.
- Wagner, Anton. Establishing Our Boundaries: English-Canadian Theatre Criticism. ISBN 0802041159.
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