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Link Roundup! – 7/3/15

Link Roundups feature articles and bits of internet goodness that our dramaturgy team digs up. If you find something you want to send our way, drop us a line on Facebook or Twitter!


Photo: Adam Chandler

Photo: Adam Chandler

HuffPost Arts & Culture has a great roundup of ways that the arts are helping the community in Charleston, NC heal in the wake of the shooting at the Emanuel AME Church:

“People use creativity to make sense of all of this. They use the arts to express these deep emotions of sorrow and pain and loss,” Zommer said. “The arts can do that. They can help us heal.” From designers and dancers in Charleston’s tight-knit creative community to musicians who live hundreds of miles away, artists have addressed the killings. Their work…shows how art helps us survive and strengthen amid tragedy.


Medium is featuring an illustrated guide to the Creative Advantage program in Seattle, a program designed to boost arts education in the city:

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New York Times: It May Be a Nonprofit Theater, but the Tickets Look For-Profit

This article from The New York Times talks about how nonprofit theatres in NYC are resorting to raising ticket prices and collaborating with commerical producers in order to recoup financial losses. The latest nonprofit theatre company raising ticket prices is Roundabout Theatre with their restaging of Cabaret, which originally ran from 1998-2004. Read the article here.