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“Group, Facing Year-Long Closure, Creates Digital Stage”

Los Angeles Times/ Oct. 2, 2020 by Jessica Gelt

“Los Angeles’ largest nonprofit theater company, Center Theatre Group, said at the end of March that it hoped to stage live performances by fall at all three of its venues: the Ahmanson, the Mark Taper Forum and the Kirk Douglas. But by mid-June, the company said it would have to lay off more than half of its staff and remain dark until April 2021. With almost seven months between now and then, and with spring still very much uncertain, Center Theatre Group is expected to announce on Friday the creation of a fourth venue built for the COVID-19 era: the Digital Stage. This virtual venue will…” READ MORE

KEY TAKEAWAY: Virtual venue to keep activity happening in L.A. during down season


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