First Indoor Play Approved By Actors’ Equity Won’t Be Indoors After All


Barrington Stage Company in the Berkshires was all set to go with a production of playwright David Cale’s one-man play Harry Clarkethe union had given the go-ahead, and the theater had had seats removed and the bathrooms and air conditioning system redesigned to meet COVID safety guidelines. But the state of Massachusetts has refused to waive its ongoing ban on indoor performance. The show will go on, however — in a tent. – The New York Times


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