Hundreds of Artown presenters have been working around venue closures and social isolation, adapting their output to a new reality.
Artown announced plans for the Lear Theater, including a possible 45 to 50-unit apartment building, at a recent festival press conference.
After countless hours put into building sets and rehearsing scenes, the region’s theater companies remain in limbo due to coronavirus shut downs.
This past weekend, RLT aired more live theater to the Reno-Sparks audience and beyond through their May Day 24-Hour Virtual Play Fest.
TheatreWorks of Northern Nevada holds auditions for its Artown production of “The Wizard of OZ” on Tuesday, April 28 via ZOOM.
Reno’s nonprofit arts organizations are looking for ways to stay afloat amid cancelations and closures.