Musical theatre after the pandemic: imagining its future

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Five women who are directing or music directing Australian musical theatre productions share their experiences of COVID, its impact on their sector, and how they think the industry might change in the pandemic’s wake.

When the pandemic closed theatres around the world, it created many significant challenges for artists and arts workers. Some people began to reconsider the sustainability of their current practice; others took advantage of ‘the great pause’ to think about the future of the sector, and what a fairer and more equitable arts industry might look like.

Margot Fenley

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