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Broadway Theatres: Not The Most Nimble Of Spaces (With Serious Consequences)
"Even once a show's financing looks solid, and a star and a theater are lined up, it takes time to construct sets, retrofit the theater and finish the creative work on the script or score -- often a few months for a play and twice as long for big musicals. So when one show flops, and a theater becomes available, few if any shows are ready to fill the void." The New York Times 06/07/13
Posted June 9, 2013 08:54 AM

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