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How Performing Arts Are Pivoting To Survive The Pandemic

The Short North Stage production of When Pigs Fly is being presented virtually through Wednesday. A poster for the production is displayed outside the Garden Theatre in the Short North.
Luke Bovenizer

This episode originally aired on September 28 2020.

Arts organizations across the U.S. face financial losses estimated at $13.1 billion and counting.

Prior to the pandemic, arts and culture in Ohio was a $41 billion dollar industry, rivaling the travel industry.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, how the arts are pivoting to survive amid an uncertain future.


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