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Examining the Rise of American Regional Theater

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Examining the Rise of American Regional Theater

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Examining the Rise of American Regional Theater

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.

Guest:

Bob Mondello, NPR's arts critic

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