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Revenue is up, but audiences are down in New York City’s dance industry, a new study of the field finds.
A 20% decrease in the number of paid attendees at live performances emerged in the study, to be released Friday by the advocacy group Dance/NYC. The study looked at 172 dance organizations over a six-year period.
The audience decline appears to have been led by drops at the largest organizations, those with budgets of more than $5 million.
That is from Pia Catton at the WSJ.