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Philip Himberg

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Artistic director for the Sundance Institute Theater Program

Philip Himberg on KCRW

We look at how the refugee travel ban affects Hollywood and cultural institutions like museums, which may have to cancel upcoming shows from the affected countries.

Art community grapples with travel ban

We look at how the refugee travel ban affects Hollywood and cultural institutions like museums, which may have to cancel upcoming shows from the affected countries.

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