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“Masked Actors And Creative Solutions”

The New York Times/ Aug. 20, 2020 by Laura Cappelle

“In countries where live performances have resumed, masked audiences have become a familiar — if still curious — sight. Face coverings for actors are another matter, however: How can performers project their voices and emotions, many theater professionals have asked, with more than half their faces obscured? The itinerant company Les Tréteaux de France has taken up the challenge — and while performing a 17th-century verse play, no less. Last week, in Cergy, a suburb to the west of Paris, seven masked actors …” READ MORE

KEY TAKEAWAY: “Actors, audiences adjust to creative masked performances in France”

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