In 1968, Robert Gard, Martin Balch and Pauline Temkin wrote: "Community Theatre occupies a peculiarly important position in the American theater picture. It is the largest, by far, of the theater's numerous segments, and has the best chance of reaching the average citizen and family. In the bigger cities its clientele is the neighborhood; in smaller ones, a fair cross section of the stable, educated population; and to countless localities not served by the professional or the educational theater, it offers the only opportunity to see live drama. ... It engages more people in theatrical ...
Column: Don't miss opportunities to see live drama
5:33 PM, Feb. 13, 2013
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