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NJ Theater Alliance Supports and Advocates For Local Theaters

You don't need to go to NYC for amazing theater.



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The New Jersey Theater Alliance was started 35 years ago by five theaters. Today, it consists of 32 equity producing in-state theaters. John McEwen, executive director of the the Alliance, talks to Joanna Gagis about how a win for one theater is a win for them all, and that the theater community in NJ is thriving and worth exploring (even with Broadway so close by). 

 

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