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Trying to Free Streaming Theater From Equity’s Headlock

Trying to Free Streaming Theater From Equity’s Headlock

Ever since America’s theaters shut down in March, I’ve been reviewing streaming webcasts of theater productions. Not only have I been consistently imp

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Ever since America’s theaters shut down in March, I’ve been reviewing streaming webcasts of theater productions. Not only have I been consistently impressed by the artistic and technical quality of these performances, but I quickly realized that they were and are good for theater in all sorts of ways: putting a company back in touch with its patrons; putting unemployed actors back to work; and providing theaters with an income stream that is small but potentially significant (San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theatre brought in $60,000 with its first two webcasts). It can also give a regional theater a national profile…

This post first appeared on wsj.com

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