Day 55: life in Italy under lockdown. Hi-diddle-dee-dee, an actor’s life virally

C. Flisi

The only form of theater that could emerge unscathed in a post-pandemic world is Japanese Noh, a 14th century art form in which all the performers wear masks. For everyone else, the future is riddled with question marks. That includes Italy’s 5,483 theaters and opera houses, all of which remain closed as we enter the final days of Phase I. Some may not…

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writer, PR professional, mother, dog-lover, traveler. See more at www.paroleanima.com

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