This is an entry in a dictionary I need some help with:
TFD def for a phrase "put on" 8. To produce or perform some event: The children put on a puppet show. There is a concert this weekend, but I'm not sure which organization is putting it on.
In this dictionary, this kind of entry is very common. They explain a word or phrase by using two different verbs(synonyms) with slightly or completely different meanings and then give you two example sentences that fit those verbs. My question is, which of these sentences can be used with the verb "produce" here. I'm asking because as far as I remember these verbs are usually written in the same order as example sentences that contain them(i.e a first word can be found in a first example sentence listed and the second one in a second). But in this case, I think the word "produce" fits the second sentence in this entry and performs a first one. The children are "performing" a puppet show but do not produce it and an organization is "producing" a show and not "performing" it. Am I correct? Is the definition for the word "produce" below applying to the sentence with the childer?
Cambridge dic def for the word "produce" to organize the practical and financial matters relating to the preparation of a film, play, or television or radio programme