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US movie theaters must ‘urgently’ rethink the experience: Study
About 49 percent of pre-pandemic moviegoers are no longer buying tickets. Some of them, roughly 8 percent, have likely been lost forever. To win back the rest, multiplex owners must “urgently” rethink pricing and customer perks in addition to focusing on coronavirus safety.
Theatre in UK could face exodus of women after pandemic, study finds
Leading women in British theatre expressed concern that cash-strapped theatres could prioritise staging “safe” work by men and face an exodus of female talent if urgent action is not taken to support women after the pandemic.
Tehran’s theater halls reopen
Arts & Culture Desk
‘Shahnameh’ theater project gets kudos in Bulgaria
The ‘Shahnameh’ (Book of Kings) theater project, which includes a performance in the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, Bulgaria on Monday, was highly welcomed by Bulgarians.
Italian Embassy in Tehran: Hyperconnection and theater in times of COVID-19
‘DIS-connection’ is the title of the seventh episode of ‘8 1/2 Theater Clips: How COVID-19 Changed Our Lives,’ virtually produced by the Italian Embassy in Tehran with the theater companies Instabili Vaganti from Italy and Don Chixotte from Iran.
Embassy of Italy in Tehran commemorates health workers through virtual theater, ‘The Night Shift’
In collaboration with the Italian theater company, ‘Instabili Vaganti’ and director Ali Shams, the Embassy of Italy in Tehran on September 2 broadcast on its social channels the second episode of the virtual theater series, ‘8 1/2 Theater Clips: How COVID-19 Changed Our Lives.’

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