Carte

Carte

[kahrt; Fr. kart]
Carte, Richard D'Oyly, 1844-1901, English impresario. His choice of presentations did much to raise the level of English musical theater. In 1875 he produced Trial by Jury, the first operetta of Sir William S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan, and he subsequently produced all their other works. In 1881 he built the Savoy Theatre (the first to be lighted electrically), which the operettas made famous. The D'Oyly Carte company, suspended from 1982 to 1988, continues to perform Gilbert and Sullivan's works.
Carte is a web based software system used in the oil industry as a production monitoring and analysis tool for viewing, graphing, analyzing and exporting daily or monthly oil & gas production trends. Originally written by software developer Darren Beeksma, this software is now developed, maintained and marketed by Merrick Systems, Inc. of Houston, TX. .

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