Contributed By Glen Berry
Productions need a Corporate Entity.
The Operating Agreement governs the LLC.
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It is unwise and a poor business practice not to form a corporate entity for your production.
The LLC is only a shell without the Operating Agreement. The Operating Agreement should spell out how the LLC will be managed and run and what rules govern the members.