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September 23, 1989 | DON SHIRLEY
The owners of the 1,998-seat Wilshire Theatre in Beverly Hills are removing the Nederlander Organization from its position as operator of the theater, it was announced Friday. Stagen Realty and Management Inc. hopes to either sell or lease the building to someone who will "take full advantage of the theater's potential, which we feel the present operators have not accomplished," said Tom Stagen, president of the realty firm. In 1986, Stagen filed breach-of-lease litigation against Nederlander.
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September 23, 1989 | DON SHIRLEY
The owners of the 1,998-seat Wilshire Theatre in Beverly Hills are removing the Nederlander Organization from its position as operator of the theater, it was announced Friday. Stagen Realty and Management Inc. hopes to either sell or lease the building to someone who will "take full advantage of the theater's potential, which we feel the present operators have not accomplished," said Tom Stagen, president of the realty firm. In 1986, Stagen filed breach-of-lease litigation against Nederlander.
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September 28, 1989 | SYLVIE DRAKE, Times Theater Writer
The news that the Nederlander Organization will no longer be operating the Wilshire Theatre is only partly surprising, given the record of down time the theater has had since the Nederlanders took over its management in 1981. In fact, Tom Stagen Realty and Management Inc., which owns the 1,998-seat house on Wilshire near La Cienega, sued the Nederlanders in 1986 for breach-of-lease.
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November 9, 1989 | SYLVIE DRAKE, TIMES THEATER WRITER
Tuesday's announcement that Kenneth Branagh's London-based Renaissance Theatre Company will bring "King Lear" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream" in repertory to the Mark Taper Forum has the trappings of a terrific opportunity. True, the Jan. 21-March 4 bill replaces Tom Stoppard's "Artist Descending a Staircase" (which will now descend on Broadway), but it is more than a schedule replacement.
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