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The theatrical and the theological

New York City’s experimental and rather irreverent Abrons Arts Center turns 100 years old, with an ordained Episcopal priest at its helm – artistic director Jay Wegman, who was canon for liturgy and the arts at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine prior to his work at the Abrons.

A New York Times feature describes Wegman as “a little naughty and very, very nice, Mr. Wegman has a thunderous laugh and an unexpectedly profane vocabulary.” He was hired in 2006 […]

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