Examining the Rise of American Regional Theater

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During a decades-long struggle to stay alive, America's regional theaters have produced some of the country's most innovative productions. As the fringe becomes mainstream, increased success carries its own threat.


Bob Mondello, NPR's arts critic

Anne Bogart, artistic director of the SITI Company (Non profit ensemble theater company)



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