Live theatre keeps old theatres alive in South Jersey

Debbie Humphreys, NYC member of THS, tells us about an  article which  is actually focused on how small community theatres in South Jersey have fared during the downturn, but most of them are in old theatres which the theatre companies have rescued.

“It’s no secret that there’s nearly just as much live theater in South Jersey as there is on Broadway in NYC. Some of the companies are fairly new, but are housed in revitalized old vaudeville venues or silent movie houses . . .”

the link from nj.com:

http://blog.nj.com/cumberland_impact/print.html?entry=/2012/02/south_jersey_community_theater_1.html

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