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Following our December 9 report about the possible closing of downtown's venerable Ohio Theatre, we were pleased to read in yesterday's Times that the theater has worked out a brief extension for its home at 66 Wooster Street. Artistic director Robert Lyons and the building's new owners, Zar Prope ... More >>
Photo via konoa.com Before 66 Wooster Street became the Ohio Theatre and various apartments, it had a former life as a textile factory. Theatrical legend has it that before the first performance--in what was then called the Open Space--the cast and crew went down on hands and knees, armed with magn ... More >>
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