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NYC theatre-makers on why they're steaming in-person shows to at-home audiences
Initially, theatre companies began presenting virtual shows out of necessity because of the pandemic. But even though performance venues are reopening, some are continuing to stream their in-person productions to at-home viewers. In our latest TDF Conversation, three prolific NYC artistic directors, Daniella Topol from Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Erez Ziv from Frigid New York and Cameron Cueva Clarke from Company of Fools, discuss why they're putting their stage shows online, the challenges of producing hybrid theatre, and how Off-Off Broadway companies are expanding their audiences (and the artists they work with) by continuing to embrace streaming. TDF's Andrew Block moderates this timely conversation about the future of theatre. If you weren't able to tune in live, you can watch a recording below. Captions are available.
Top image: Cameron Cueva Clarke from Company of Fools, Erez Ziv from Frigid New York and Daniella Topol from Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.