July 10, 2020

Absence of Presence

Many cultural institutions are designed around community interaction and physical presence. People specifically go see plays instead of watching movies or television because of the live experience. So, what happens when physical distancing prevents us from gathering? We check in with The Rogue Theatre, Borderlands Theater, Arizona Heritage Tours and the Jewish History Museum to see how they are innovating to stay connected to their audiences during uncertain times.

Story by: Andrew Brown
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