NewsArts & Culture / April 24, 2020

What Will Theater And Concerts Look Like After The Pandemic? An Artistic Director Offers His Insights

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No Exit Performance Artistic Director Ryan Mullins - Courtesy Ryan Mullins

No Exit Performance Artistic Director Ryan Mullins

Courtesy Ryan Mullins

As states consider reopening businesses, arts and music organizations wonder if and when those restrictions will be lifted for them.

Indianapolis theater company No Exit Performance doesn’t have a building. Their productions are “site specific,” taking place in locations both indoors and out, that fit the themes of their shows.

WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with the company’s artistic director Ryan Mullins. He says the crisis caused more people to take a look at their spaces -- and how they use them.

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