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An alarming lack of performance space spurs eclectic arts groups to rally together to develop creative solutions

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / March 4, 2004

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The mime is done. He heads to the back of the Zeitgeist Gallery and gives way to a woman in a midriff-baring tank-top, who tells a joke about a redneck who discovers a genie. Then it's time for the dark-haired poet to perform. She strides to the center of the worn, wooden floor and takes her spot under ... (Full Article: 1503 Words)

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