Will the recession mean theatre takes fewer risks?

By     Jul 22, 2010
NAS Director & Field Notes Editor-in-Chief

Dallas Shelby

Dallas has a background in independent film and is very interested in the ProAm Revolution, community engagement, co-creation, education (particularly the Edupunk movement) and anything DIY.  

The Guardian's Theatre Blog has a thought-provoking post, siting a survey of arts and culture professionals that revealed 41% will be programming more "popular" work and 37% will be reducing the amount of "challenging" work that they commission. As an arts leader, how do you balance financial and creative risks?

Read Will the recession mean theatre takes fewer risks? | Eleanor Turney | Stage | guardian.co.uk.

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