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How New York Theaters Find Housing For Visiting Performers (It Isn't Easy)
"Theater companies and stage productions around the country are often obliged to house actors, directors and others from out of town. In some instances, it is a union obligation. In others, it is just the cost of doing business with a bright star. In New York City, it also means that a life in the arms of the theater can include elbowing around in a fraught and expensive market for real estate." The New York Times 10/01/13
Posted October 1, 2013 12:54 AM

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