Interesting story by Campbell Robertson in the New York Times about the closing of some Off-Broadway theaters. Though it sound familiar notes about the difficulties of trying to keep a for-profit hose running in the current financial climate, it happily does not get all alarmist about the dearth of Off-Broadway theaters, instead remarking, "here are, in fact, quite a few more commercial Off Broadway theaters than there were a decade ago."
What were your favorite departed theaters? Fave new ones? For me probably the Todo con Nada complex and the Brick, respectively.
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