The Pearl Theatre members, from left, Dominick Cuskern, Robin Leslie Brown, board president James Periconi, and artistic director J.R. Sullivan participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate moving into its new home near Times Square, Monday, Oct. 1, 2012 in New York. The Pearl has signed a 20-year lease on its new 160-seat home on 42nd Street, the same venue recently vacated by the Signature Theatre Company. Sullivan, the Pearl's artistic director, said the move to a solid, high-tech building means the company can now plan shows years in the future. (AP Photo/Mark Kennedy)

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The Pearl Theatre members, from left, Dominick Cuskern, Robin Leslie Brown, board president James Periconi, and artistic director J.R. Sullivan participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate moving into its new home near Times Square, Monday, Oct. 1, 2012 in New York.  The Pearl has signed a 20-year lease on its new 160-seat home on 42nd Street, the same venue recently vacated by the Signature Theatre Company. Sullivan, the Pearl's artistic director, said the move to a solid, high-tech building means the company can now plan shows years in the future. (AP Photo/Mark Kennedy)
The Pearl Theatre members, from left, Dominick Cuskern, Robin Leslie Brown, board president James Periconi, and artistic director J.R. Sullivan participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate moving into its new home near Times Square, Monday, Oct. 1, 2012 in New York. The Pearl has signed a 20-year lease on its new 160-seat home on 42nd Street, the same venue recently vacated by the Signature Theatre Company. Sullivan, the Pearl's artistic director, said the move to a solid, high-tech building means the company can now plan shows years in the future. (AP Photo/Mark Kennedy)
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