The New York Times/May 25, 2020 by Michael Paulson, Joshua Barone, Ben Sisario and Zachary Woolfe
“In the world of performing arts, the coronavirus pandemic has already sunk summer. Now it is felling fall. Even as reopened barbershops, beaches and bookstores herald the resumption of economic life across America, concert promoters, theater presenters, orchestras and dance companies are ripping up their 2020 calendars and…” READ MORE
KEY TAKEAWAY: Increasing number of arts venues eye 2021 as reopening as more data comes in reflecting audience attitudes.