I serve as the managing director of The Neo-Futurists, a theater company that’s all about the personal, the political, the interactive, the absurdly hilarious and the quietly mind-bending. People come to see these shows. They line up around the corner and down the block for them. But we’re still, constantly, struggling for cash. A group of theater bloggers has decided to tackle the question: What is the value of theater? And their responses are worth reading. Here’s Don’s, which links to several others.