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Nonprofit theaters continue to struggle

By Maureen Dezell
Globe Staff / June 25, 2004

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Attendance is up and the number of productions has risen by 15 percent at nonprofit theaters nationwide over the past three years. At the same time, more than half of the country's noncommercial theater companies have been operating in the red, according to a Theatre Communications Group study, whose results were reported this week in the Chronicle of Philanthropy. (Full Article: 767 Words)

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