The Ithaca Shakespeare Company Presents its Season Virtually
| July 15, 2020
Ithaca Shakespeare Company to present its season, they had to get creative with technology. The director of The Comedy of Errors, Beth Harris, joins us to explain how they accomplished this, and the disadvantages and advantages (no insects!) of doing theatre virtually. Although they are virtual performances, all performances will be live. Performances run for two weekends, in repertory with Romeo and Juliet directed by Chris Nickerson.
Photo credit: Ithaca Shakespeare Company
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