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What is Theatre? by John Brown

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Administrators and Administrators

All artistic organizations in the United States have been short of money at the end of the twentieth century and theatre is no exception; perhaps it suffers more than most. Every year American Theatre magazine, published by the Theatre Communications Group (TCG) in New York, surveys the current situation. The article reprinted here refers to 1991, a year chosen as one in which the crisis seemed clearer than usual; it considers what needed to be done then, as well as what had happened during earlier years. Its author, Peter Zeisler, was then executive director of TCG.

Ill Winds

Peter Zeisler

In a field that for thirty years has grown exponentially (horizontally but not vertically), we find ourselves ...

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