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Upstate theaters seek tax credit

Break touted as way to solidify Broadway ties

Proctors CEO Philip Morris speaks at a press conference Wednesday at the state Capitol as state Sen. Betty Little, R-Queensbury, and Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara, D-Schenectady, look on.
Proctors CEO Philip Morris speaks at a press conference Wednesday at the state Capitol as state Sen. Betty Little, R-Queensbury, and Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara, D-Schenectady, look on.
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In Philip Morris’ mind’s eye, Broadway extends north far beyond the borough of Manhattan, and his colleagues in upstate New York feel the same way. A coalition of upstate New York theaters had representatives at the state Capitol in Albany on Wednesday pushing their “Keep Broadway in New York” initiative, designed to encourage investment in live theater in the form of a tax credit. Along with Proctors in Schenectady, there were eight other major theater ...

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