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July 18, 2023 50 mins

In 1972, a group of New York theatre makers realized something was “off” when they noticed the limited amount of funding and resources available for their community. This group set out to fill in some of those gaps, and thus OOBA (the Off-Off Broadway Alliance) was formed!

“It was because of OOBA that we were organized and that all of this happened. It wasn't random. We were very organized and we were right at that moment. At that moment, we were right.” - Bob Moss

Tune in as Audrey Rush chats it up with Stephen Facey, Barnet Kellman, and Bob Moss about the ‘Then & Now’ of A.R.T./New York.


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