Julie Crosby, who had served as the producing artistic director of the Women's Project Theater, gave an exclusive interview to Playbill.com about the differing accounts of why she left the organization.
"My favorite line this year has been, 'Why don't you just produce hits?'" Julie Crosby said recalling a meeting with the board of the Women's Project Theater. "I thought that was one of the best questions I got this year from a board member.
"I really prefer the flops," she jokingly added. They're really just so much easier."
The board member's question referred to the lack of revenue brought in by productions put on by Women's Project Theater, a 36-year-old theatre dedicated to presenting works written and directed by women, of which Crosby had served as producing artistic director since 2006.
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