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How Performing Arts Are Pivoting To Survive The Pandemic

The Short North Stage production of When Pigs Fly is being presented virtually through Wednesday. A poster for the production is displayed outside the Garden Theatre in the Short North.
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The Short North Stage production of When Pigs Fly is being presented virtually through Wednesday. A poster for the production is displayed outside the Garden Theatre in the Short North.

Arts organizations across the U.S. face financial losses estimated at $13.1 billion and counting.

Prior to the pandemic, arts and culture in Ohio was a $41 billion dollar industry, rivaling the travel industry.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, how the arts are pivoting to survive amid an uncertain future.

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