Theatre makers everywhere are facing unprecedented challenges. Plays are shared experiences that have profound effects on artists and audiences alike. Theatre education has been proven to help children learn empathy, creativity and public speaking. But with theaters and schools closed all across the world, it can be difficult to imagine how we can still create and share plays. Yet somehow, artists are learning to persevere. Many play readings and classes have moved online. Artists and teachers are managing to meet, discuss, rehearse and perform despite being unable to leave their homes. Their creativity is truly inspiring.
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