- As an alternative to high-priced attractions at first-class theatres for elite audiences, theatres that booked attractions geared to popular audiences scaled their ticket prices lower. This term was later adopted by the Federal Theatre Project* for one of its wings, the Popular Price Theatre, which offered cheap tickets for plays by new playwrights.
The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater. James Fisher.
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