Enthusiasts Visit to the theater despite the pandemic: Virtual discovery tour

14:06  13 january  2021
14:06  13 january  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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But will virtual reality—a welcome escape from the pandemic —ever be a substitute for the real thing? Even as it has eased pollution, the pandemic has been devastating for the tourism industry . VR travel does bring parts of the world to people who are physically unable to visit certain But just as travel platforms, from print to social media, offer some of the discoveries of actual exploration

Discovery Theater is your source for live performances that celebrate the rich diversity of our region and our world. Each season we tap into the vast resources of the Smithsonian Institution to present relevant, culturally accurate entertaining programs.

With a digital walk, interested parties can now also explore the Erfurt theater in the Corona lockdown. A 3D model of the venue can be viewed virtually on the website. This also enables a look behind the scenes. Additional background information is available at individual stations, for example on the machinery, and videos can also be seen. "We haven't all been to the theater for a while now, and so the idea of ​​virtual visits was born," the house announced on Wednesday.

Der Zuschauerraum im ehemaligen Erfurter Schauspielhaus. © Martin Schutt / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa / Archive The auditorium in the former Erfurt theater.

Like the German National Theater in Weimar, the theater has canceled performances up to and including February 28 due to the corona pandemic.

Hope for a return to the theater and success of web TV ... the 2020 review of the Comédie Française .
© JOEL SAGET / AFP Eric Ruf, general administrator of the Comédie Française, takes stock of Europe 1 on Thursday an unprecedented 2020 for the performing arts. A historical situation which required to adapt and reinvent the practice of theater and the link with the public. He hopes spectators will return to theaters as quickly as possible. A year that does not end on stage, breaking with a historical tradition of the Comédie Française. "The 31st, we will not play.

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