Arts, Coronavirus

What COVID-19 Means For Atlanta’s Theater Companies

Here in Atlanta and throughout the world, theaters, museums, stadiums and concert venues have shut down for health and safety reasons.
Here in Atlanta and throughout the world, theaters, museums, stadiums and concert venues have shut down for health and safety reasons.
Credit Alliance Theatre

In this time of uncertainty, we need community, yet we must remain physically distant due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Here in Atlanta and throughout the world, theaters, museums, stadiums and concert venues have shut down for health and safety reasons.

“City Lights” host Lois Reitzes spoke with three artistic directors from Atlanta theater companies to discuss how the pandemic has affected their organizations.

Susan Booth of the Alliance Theatre, Freddie Ashley from Actor’s Express and Paul Conroy of Out Front Theatre Company joined Reitzes by Skype.

Ashley began by explaining how Actor’s Express is dealing with the crisis.

 

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