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A report on public use and perception of the Boston theatre district

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...analyzes the social characteristics of the theater going market as well as the characteristics and opinions of persons not patronizing the theater district; tables include entertainment preferences of patrons and non-patrons, improvements patrons and non-patrons feel would increase their use of the theater district, demographic characteristics of performance patrons and pre-theater activities; a copy of this item was in the BRA collection...

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