Title

Broadway theatre in NYC & 9/11.

Poster Number

37

Format

Poster Presentation

Abstract/Artist Statement

The theatre community in NYC was hit hard with the attacks on September 1 lth. It was hit both emotionally and economically. In this case study, I will discuss how the pulling together and the support of a community can help a city heal, both emotionally and economically: first, nationally, with the support of our leaders and authorities in office; second, internally, those involved with Broadway itself, and third outside business support. I will give examples of each of these three areas and discuss more in depth how each of these had an effect on the Broadway theatre industry.

Location

Pacific Geosciences Center

Start Date

26-4-2003 9:00 AM

End Date

26-4-2003 5:00 PM

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Broadway theatre in NYC & 9/11.

Pacific Geosciences Center

The theatre community in NYC was hit hard with the attacks on September 1 lth. It was hit both emotionally and economically. In this case study, I will discuss how the pulling together and the support of a community can help a city heal, both emotionally and economically: first, nationally, with the support of our leaders and authorities in office; second, internally, those involved with Broadway itself, and third outside business support. I will give examples of each of these three areas and discuss more in depth how each of these had an effect on the Broadway theatre industry.