NewsArts & Culture / March 20, 2020

IRT's Production Of 'Murder On the Orient Express' Goes Virtual

IRT's Production Of 'Murder On the Orient Express' Goes VirtualLike many Indianapolis area arts organizations, concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic led the Indianapolis Repertory Theatre to cancel the rest of its 2019-2020 season. But ticket holders to the IRT's current play, "Murder On the Orient Express," have the opportunity to enjoy a virtual performance of the show.Indiana Repertory Theatre, coronavirus, COVID-192020-03-20T00:00:00-04:00
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IRT's Production Of 'Murder On the Orient Express' Goes Virtual

A camera stands among the empty seats at the Indiana Repertory Theatre.

Like many Indianapolis area arts organizations, concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic led the Indianapolis Repertory Theatre to cancel the rest of its 2019-2020 season. But ticket holders to the IRT’s current play, "Murder On the Orient Express," have the opportunity to enjoy a virtual performance of the show. IRT partnered with WFYI Productions to videotape an empty theater performance of the classic who dunnit. WFYI’s Jill Ditmire sat down with IRT Marketing and Sales director Danielle Dove on Tuesday, to learn more about this unexpected opportunity to connect with its patrons.

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