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“When Will We Want To Be in a Room Full of Strangers Again?”

The Atlantic/May 12, 2020 by Helen Shaw

“Walking into the kiln theatre in North London is like uncovering a time capsule—from before lockdown, before social distancing, before face masks and injunctions to stay six feet apart. When staff do their regular checks on the building, its artistic director, Indhu Rubasingham, told me, they say it feels “frozen,” caught in the moment before...READ MORE

KEY TAKEAWAY: The latest from England, concerns about community-based venues, conditions of artists, audiences willingness to return, outlook for further government help.

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