The Golden Age of industrials, those ubiquitous corporate theatre productions that put the “business” into “show business,” is long over — and you missed it. In fact, you may not even have been born when it was going on. So says projections programmer Paul Vershbow, a recent EDDY Award winner who was active on the scene during what he calls its heyday, the 1970s. “It was great back then,” he reminisces. “The economy, and the world, seemed to be wide open. There was more money around and less ...

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