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.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on August 14, 2007
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