Exit of high-profile helmers shakes up Beantown's legit scene

Rizzo, Frank
February 2007
Variety;2/12/2007, Vol. 405 Issue 13, p57
Trade Publication
The article reports on the growing concern over Boston, Massachusetts theater scene in the wake of the departures of two leading directors: Nicholas Martin and Robert Woodruff. The question of whether or not Boston, Massachusetts along with the Huntington Theater Company and the American Repertory Theater will be a legitimate venue for the performance arts is presented. Gross income and funder donations could be affected by this industry movement.


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