Michael Kaiser: The Future of the Arts in America

A future where only a handful of performing companies exist, mainly in large cities. And only the rich can afford tickets. A depressing future for America’s Arts?

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“It is depressing,” says Kaiser. “But I don’t think the art world is served if we don’t discuss it, or by just wishing it away.”

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