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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Randy Weiner
She's the darling of Broadway. He's the champion of cutting-edge theater in New York.
Leaders in entertainment, academics and marketing gathered Monday to peer into their crystal balls and try to predict what Broadway will look like in 2032. Many agreed on at least one thing: Change is coming.
"Every day I have some new cool project that comes my way," he says.
"We're always looking for ways out of what people think is traditional theater," says Weiner during a joint interview with his wife. "Audiences want to go along. They really want to try something different."