In a downward spiraling economy, endowments for the arts have been slammed, patrons are largely overwhelmed, and traditional ticket buyers are cutting back on attendance. The result is, of course, a further squeeze on the already hard-pressed dollar. So — okay — when the going gets worse than tough, the uber-tough go guerilla. Whether it’s the International Festival of the Voice utilizing many venues in Phoenicia, including parks, restaurants, and the local train museum for their latest against-the-odds success, or the recent marvelous “living room” VOICEtheater production of Noel Coward’s classic Hay Fever, or simply inviting . . .
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