Streaming has helped theatres amid Covid-19 lockdowns, but will they cut their own throats with too many productions?

//Streaming has helped theatres amid Covid-19 lockdowns, but will they cut their own throats with too many productions?

Streaming has helped theatres amid Covid-19 lockdowns, but will they cut their own throats with too many productions?

As a metaphor for the desperate position theatre has been put in by the coronavirus, Lungs is hard to beat. Over the weekend Claire Foy and Matt Smith stepped out onto a London stage to act in a socially distanced version of a hit play about how the world is going to hell in a handcart.The Old Vic hopes 1,000 people a night will pay between £10 (US$12) and £65 to watch a live stream of the pair, who have not acted together since they set the small screen alight as the young Queen Elizabeth and…

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By | 2020-06-30T12:30:14+00:00 June 30th, 2020|Entertainment|Comments Off on Streaming has helped theatres amid Covid-19 lockdowns, but will they cut their own throats with too many productions?