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  1. The Public Theater is a New York City arts organization founded as The Shakespeare Workshop in 1954 by Joseph Papp, with the intention of showcasing the works of up-and-coming playwrights and performers. At Papp's death in 1991, the Public Theater was renamed the "Joseph Papp Public Theater" in his memory. It is headquartered at 425 Lafayette Street in the former Astor Library in the East Village section of Lower Manhattan.
  2. The Public Theater is a theater located in New York City.
    • also known as Joseph Papp Public Theater, Summer Play Festival (SPF)

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Google previewGhosthunting New York City (2011)

by L'Aura Hladik

Today, the Public Theater is a multiplex-style stage theater that provides entertainment via various productions on several stages. Originally, this building was the Astor Library, built by John Jacob Astor in 1853. Located in the East Village on ...

Google previewThe Biographical Encyclopedia of Jazz (2007)

by the late Leonard Feather, Ira Gitler

the Public Theater, the suite expresses black history, fr. slave crossings to the great post–Civil War urban migration to New York in the '40s. It skillfully interweaves folk motifs, unusual scoring, and emotionally charged improvisational ...

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