The COW Theater on Clinton Street Starts Crowdfunding Campaign to Stay Alive
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Much like its legendary theatrical predecessor, the COW Theater (“Celebration of Whimsy”) has kickstarted a crowdfunding campaign to stay alive. Two years into its run on Clinton Street and the bottom line is apparently in the red.
The independent arts organization presently seeks $30,000 from supporters to “help keep our lights on and door open” at 21 Clinton Street. Here is the appeal:
We are an independent theater space located in the heart of the Lower East Side in Manhattan. We support artists in their artistic developments and have become an incubator for launching new shows. Right now we need your support to help keep our lights on and doors open. By supporting us you are supporting a new generation of emerging artists. Please donate today. Thank you.
The subterranean space at Clinton previously served as headquarters for Judith Malina’s (RIP) experimental Living Theater. It too had a rough go, barely eking it out until its closure in 2013 due to eviction.