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David Lieberman Artists' Representatives

David Lieberman Artists' Representatives
Type Private
Industry Performing Arts Management
Founded Los Angeles, California, 1985
Headquarters Newport Beach, California USA
Key people David Lieberman,
President
Jay Alan Quantrill,
Director of Operations
Allen Moon,
Director of Sales
Amanda Bryant,
Director of Marketing & New Media
Jake McIntyre,
Sales Associate
Website http://www.dlartists.com/

David Lieberman/Artists’ Representatives is a performing arts management agency located in Newport Beach, California, USA. DLAR was founded in 1985 to support artistic expression in the creation of live performance experiences.[1] DLAR began with a single artist and over the years has grown to manage 8-10 internationally known artists touring worldwide. In addition to its tour management efforts, David Lieberman/Artists’ Representatives focuses on the development and production of its artists’ works.[1]

History

David Lieberman/Artists’ Representatives was founded by David Lieberman in Los Angeles, California in 1985. In 2002 DLAR moved to its current offices in Newport Beach, California.

Roster

  • eighth blackbird,

[2]

  • Diavolo Dance Theater, (Artistic Director, Jacques Heim)

[3]

  • Joe Goode Performance Group, (Artistic Director, Joe Goode)

[4]

  • Kronos Quartet

[5]

  • Spectrum Dance Theater, (Artistic Director, Donald Byrd)

[6]

[7]

[8]

  • Guru of Chai

[9]

  • It gets Better

[10]

References

External links

  • http://www.dlartists.com
  • http://www.dlartists.com/about.html
  • http://www.theatreroyalnelson.co.nz/blog/us-agent-signs-kiwi-act-indian-ink.aspx
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