Interesting article from The Theatre Times

In virtually all rich democracies, governments subsidize expensive highbrow culture, such as theatre and opera. And they hire artists to work for these theatres and operas as public employees. At first sight, this might seem to pose a puzzle. After all, highbrow culture is elitist. And it seems electorally irrelevant. Parties don’t really compete on…

via German Politicians Invest In Opera When Seeking Re-Election–Here’s Why — The Theatre Times

Mind the Gap at SF State

Everyone is invited. Workshop will be based on New York Theatre Workshops MIND THE GAP:

Interactive Theatre work with people of different ages, races, gender, areas of study, religion etc. toward interacting and creating brief writing projects, plays and engagement through interviews, performance and movement. PLEASE COME AND JOIN US! Sponsored by the Academic Senate!

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https://www.nytw.org/education/mind-the-gap/