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New York City: Dixon Place
Exterior of Dixon Place

Imagine for a moment that you’re finally ready to present your death-defying dance/theatre/puppet show/vaudeville/musical hybrid and you’re wondering what entity would house your genre-bending opus. Let’s also imagine no one outside of your relatives, your loan officer, your landlord, and a few dozen loyal friends (or ex-lovers) has ever heard your name? Then let’s suppose your budget is very, very, very low—like too low to limbo under. Is this you or someone you know? Are you new around here? Have you never ventured below Houston Street or east of Lafayette to see a show?

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