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To quote the immortal lyrics of Queen,

“The show must go on ...
The show must go on ... 
Inside my heart is breaking ... 
My make-up may be flaking ... 
But my smile still stays on…

The world of theater is asking itself “can the show go on?”
Companies and theater troupes across the world haven’t been able to put on live in-person productions since mid-March. Many, like MTVarts and the Alcove Dinner Theater, postponed or canceled the rest of their spring and summer season. Plans to reopen this fall are tentative at best. While certain restrictions can be worked around for live music and outdoor events  can we still, with these restrictions, do our part to open up live theater soon?

Live theater is an art form that requires a personal intimacy from both the actors and the audience.  It’s to tell the story. How can we tell the story in a world where we social distance wearing face coverings? 

Both MTVarts and the  Alcove Dinner Theater had to cancel six shows this spring and summer. We hope to include the productions in the next season, though even planning that far ahead is in a sense meaningless.

When theater reopens it might be a little different, and it will come back, because it speaks to the human condition and society will need it. I'm optimistic to see how we're going to adapt to  this strange “next normal”. -Artistic Director Bruce Jacklin