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Baltimore arts organizations face ‘dynamic calculus’ as they ponder restarting live performances

April 8, 2021
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Music is headed back to the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall this autumn, with an in-person audience to experience it. At the Hippodrome Theatre, there are plans for a fall comeback for touring Broadway musicals, as well. At Baltimore Center Stage, a return date for live theater, with patrons in seats, will have to wait for now. As Baltimore’s arts organizations mull when, and how, to resume in-person performances, they’re faced with the same dilemma that has persisted for the past year: how to plan for the future when the circumstances of the present are still liable to shift at any moment.

Article Source: Baltimore Business Journal

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