What Artists and Audiences Get out of Works in Progress

Sunday, March 08, 2009

Theaters all over the city offer up the chance to see tomorrow's big shows and today's rising stars as they're putting together their newest projects. From The Public Theater to the Guggenheim, low-priced performances give audiences a unique inside scoop. Performance Critic Claudia La Rocco and WNYC Weekend Edition Host Brian Zumhagen discuss some of the best.


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