|New IATSE guidelines slam the door on any more stage-dooring|
|Last Edit: WaymanWong 12:42 am EDT 07/24/20|
|Posted by: WaymanWong 12:32 am EDT 07/24/20|
|In this age of social distancing, it's totally understandable. But I'll miss chit-chatting with performers and getting a souvenir Playbill signed.
To me, stage-dooring at a Broadway show was always a bonus, and so unique to theater. Happily, I have so many wonderful memories.
Also, IATSE says no more backstage tours. And ushers won't be passing out Playbills; patrons can get the programs from a table or rack.
|Link||TheaterMania.com: Safety Guidelines Announced for Return of Live Performance; No More Stage-Dooring|
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