It all began in 1957 in London, England. A young stage manager by the name of Richard Pilbrow borrowed £60 from his father and bought some used lighting equipment left over from the London tour of Oklahoma! and Theatre Projects was born. Last year, the firm celebrated its 45th anniversary as international theatre consultants rather than a rental shop, with the distinguished Mr. Pilbrow still running the show. “I had always wanted to be a stage manager,” Pilbrow recalls, and he actually was ...

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