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- n. someone who produces theatrical performances
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On board, she carried 1,265 passengers, including 129 young children and infants, the bachelor millionaire sportsman Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, traveling to England on business concerning racehorses, the theatrical producer Charles Frohman, and a crew of 700; no one aboard, passenger or crew, expressed any unusual worry.
After graduating from UCLA with a degree in English literature, Ms. Kaufman entered the entertainment business as an assistant to theatrical producer Carol Shorenstein-Hays, later moved to Guber Peters Entertainment, then became story editor at TriStar Pictures.