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April 20   -   ArtsJournal: music

Philadelphia Theatre Company Goes Semi-Dark For 2017-18 Season

Having just come through a tumultuous period - a near-collapse , a rescue plan , foreclosure on its home stage (and another rescue), the resignation of the old boss after 35 years, and the arrival of a promising new boss - the flagship of Philadelphia's nonprofit theaters is taking what its board chair calls "a year off from producing to get our house in order."

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