Amid theatres’ fall reopenings, a new survey shows lingering reluctance to attend shows without socially distanced seating or a vaccination requirement.
As theatres eye fall reopenings, a new study shows reluctance to return to normal, while also noting online viewing patterns and support for anti-racist efforts.
Studies, including one from Shugoll Research on D.C.-area theatregoers, see a decline from already low numbers, with the comfort zone stretching to spring 2021.
Data from Shugoll and IMPACTS research confirm a profound reluctance to return to live performances in enclosed spaces.
Half of D.C. theatregoers surveyed by Shugoll Research say health concerns would keep them away for a while, even after theatres reopen.