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Reclaiming the Right of Public Assembly

By Connor Sampson | September 17, 2019

Today, more than 77% of Americans have access to a broadband internet subscription, up from less than 20% just two decades ago, which means it has never been easier to occupy digital space. The barrier of entry for most digital platforms is as simple as clicking accept on the terms and conditions (and nobody reads them anyway). Simultaneously, the cost of occupying physical space has never been more expensive. If you’ve been around any Dad long enough, you know that you would have to be crazy to buy in this real estate market and they’re not wrong. Especially in metropolises like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles—the barrier of entry is harrowing.

Town Stages Announces Chie Morita as Deputy Director

By Robin Sokoloff

At her core, and in all her artistic endeavors, Chie seeks creative solutions to everyday debacles. With a wide variety of experiences in the New York City arts scene, Chie is dedicated to generating resources, kindling conversation and connectivity, and creating educational opportunities for artists to work smarter. Already with TOWN, she, in partnership with…

Under Construction

By Robin Sokoloff

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