Hello lovely humans!
Here is some information about a fantastic FREE event happening this Friday, March 27:
Are you missing the theatre while you’re in quarantine? That feeling of collaboration and community that comes with being at a show? Well, THEATRE IS THE CURE is the fundraising event that may help you get your theatre fix while you’re staying at home and flattening the curve.
THEATRE IS THE CURE is a global theatrical weekly event, starting this Friday, March 27th at 6:30 pm Pacific time. Featuring artists from around the world this event brings a collaborative and fun way for audiences and performers alike to flex their creative muscles.
The performances will be accessible via a social media link to everyone who has signed up.
From creator Hannah Logan: “It consists of 30 all original monologues, written during the week by playwrights around the world, performed by actors around the world, and directed via internet from directors all over the world. This event is not only global in scope, but has a variety of participants on the creative side ranging from a multiple Emmy award-winning writer, performers from national tours, Broadway and off-Broadway a tv and film director, and many more that will be participating in this event.”
Interested playwrights, directors, and actors, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org In the SUBJECT LINE of your email, indicate whether you are a PLAYWRIGHT, DIRECTOR, or ACTOR.
Check @theatreisthecure and www.facebook.com/theatreisthecure for updates.
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