Problem/Solution: Protecting Seven Studios From Each Other


While current economic conditions are forcing some arts organizations out of their homes (“Homeless In The American Theatre,” Live Design, October 2008), the Joffrey Ballet has found permanence in Chicago after 50 years as an itinerant. The company's new two-and-a-half-floor space on the corner of East Randolph and State is 50,000sq-ft., large enough to include offices, wardrobe and laundry rooms, locker and dressing rooms, a physical therapy room, storage space, a

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