Could the first publicly funded and owned city theater in the country survive in the maelstrom of Philadelphia city politics?
Would Sunday in New York perform on Saturday in Philadelphia? Were the riffraff and lowlifes of Brecht's Threepenny Opera suitable for its Playhouse in the Park? Could the first publicly funded and owned city theater in the country survive in the maelstrom of Philadelphia city politics?
Find out on today's episode - as we continue our Season Two "Drama Is Conflict," about censorship in Philly theater!
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