Masks, smaller audience: The Show Goes On As States Ease Restrictions
Kate Maguire on PBS News Hour
For almost six months, the art world has been at a standstill as museums, galleries, and theaters have all been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But as some states begin to lift restrictions, the arts have also slowly started to return. In the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts, both art museums and live theater have started to make a comeback—with limitations.
In a Boston Globe article by Don Aucoin on Covid‑19, Artistic Director Kate Maguire said: "Out of need will come the way. Once the pandemic ebbs, whenever that is, there will be an incredible need to gather again." The theatre has existed from the time of the Greeks. We will go on.
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