Elizabeth Kastor. "Soviet Tour Compromise; Troupe Will Bring Different Play to N.Y." The Washington Post. Washingtonpost Newsweek Interactive. 1988. HighBeam Research. 21 Aug. 2014 <http://www.highbeam.com>.
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Elizabeth Kastor. "Soviet Tour Compromise; Troupe Will Bring Different Play to N.Y." The Washington Post. Washingtonpost Newsweek Interactive. 1988. Retrieved August 21, 2014 from HighBeam Research: http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-1262623.html
After five days of angry rhetoric and complex negotiations, a Soviet theater troupe stranded in New York yesterday found a stage and the money to pay for it.
But the play will be a less ambitious one than originally planned, and although at a Manhattan press conference announcing the compromise yesterday everyone smiled and everyone agreed it was better than nothing, hard feelings remained: 32 empty chairs were lined up to represent the 32 Soviet actors who will not be able to join their 23 colleagues already here.
The Maly Theater of Leningrad had been scheduled to appear as part of the first New York International Festival of the Arts, but a week before opening night the American producer announced he did not have the funding for the show. …
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