Interesting thing about the chart that accompanies the article is that it shows that the Woodruff years were actually consistently profitable and had clearly attracted new audiences-- doubling or tripling the turnout from the Brustein years. Not quite the scuttlebutt I had been hearing up until now.
Hi IanGood point! Yes, that IS interesting. I miss Woodruff's work, personally, I alway felt he produced consistently beautiful and provocative theatre.
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