When will the show go on for New Jersey’s arts sector?

By some estimates, NJ's nonprofit arts sector has taken a $60 million hit since the start of the pandemic

For many arts institutions, the pandemic has meant the show, sadly, could not go on. With no support from ticket sales, and with grants and donations on the decline, the industry was among the first to close when the outbreak took hold of New Jersey. And, as Correspondent Leah Mishkin reports, it will likely be among the last to reopen.

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