Getting audiences to return isn’t the only post-COVID challenge theatres are facing.
Fort Myers’s Florida Rep reckons with at least $1 million in damage, while other theatres, and the region in general, face a steep path to recovery.
Costume World Theatrical, the field’s largest wardrobe supplier, is yet another business left hanging by the pandemic.
GableStage’s longtime artistic director brought aesthetically daring works to Miami audiences, and both nurtured and prodded his colleagues to meet high standards.
For 23 years this Miami theatre has made short-form theatre a priority, a specialty, and something of a superpower.
Sure, the region has tourists and retirees, but it’s also home to a far-flung, wide-ranging theatre scene.
Power outages and cancelled performances more than physical ruin were left in the historic hurricane’s wake.
Move over, NYC. From Oregon to Miami, theatres around the country are home to the nation’s most fertile new-play incubators.