Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Lincoln Center Theater to Open New Stage

The New York Times wrote a great profile article of Lincoln Center and the new theater they are opening "that will feature work by emerging playwrights, directors, and designers. The 112-seat theater ... aims to develop new talent, feed the company's two larger theaters ... and attract younger, more diverse audiences."

The article goes on to describe how, "In making this commitment, Lincoln Center Theater joins nonprofit companies all over the country",  including the Roundabout Theatre Company, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and the Public Theater, "that are creating modest black-box theaters to present scaled-down productions by rising artists and to build a new generation of patrons."

Check out the article below to read more.


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