A few weeks ago we ran Theater Without a Theater, a piece about a new theatrical paradigm, which pointed out how the fiscal cost of actually maintaining a traditional theater had all but outlived feasibility. Performing Arts of Woodstock’s recent, very well attended Lucy at St. Gregory’s Church, re-iterated the point. With fresh examples of small, highly creative dramatics continuing to pop up locally, it now behooves us to mention a less polite truth: that the creative cost of traditional theater may prove even more punishing than a profit and loss sheet. We need look no farther . . .
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