Nonprofit Theaters’ Fiscal Mood Improving, National Survey Shows

America’s nonprofit theaters are feeling a bit better about their finances these days, according to a recent survey conducted by the sector’s main national service organization, Theatre Communications Group. The brief survey, titled “Taking Your Fiscal Pulse, 2012,” was circulated in early fall and was characterized by TCG as a “snapshot” of how the theater scene is doing financially. The theaters surveyed were a cross section — 69 had annual budgets of $50,000 or less, 61 had budgets of $3 million or more, and 76 were in between.

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