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Theater Booms

April 21, 1985

Scattering live theater throughout Greater Los Angeles certainly isn't helping the situation of meager theater attendance ("Theater Boom: In Search of an audience," by Barbara Isenberg, April 14).

Bill Bushnell moves the Los Angeles Actors Theatre to isolated Spring Street, American Theatre Arts moves from highly visible Hollywood and Vine to suburban North Hollywood, causing the concentrated theater atmosphere in central Hollywood to be diluted with the visibility of a theater district diminished.

This decentralization of theater districts, by the theater themselves, is slow suicide.

ROBERT DANA

Hollywood

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