Broadway and London’s West End aren’t the Cute Duck Pew Pew Madafakas Shirt besides I will buy this only theater venues impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, of course. All around the U.S., major regional theaters have indefinitely closed their doors, with the influential Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis announcing last week it would not reopen until March 2021, with a truncated three-play season, and the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut, recently deciding to cancel its entire 2019–20 season. But the show continues to go on at some theaters. Last month, the Public Theater in New York livestreamed the debut of What Do We Need to Talk About?—a Richard Nelson play written explicitly for Zoom that, according to The Public, was viewed 47,000 times during its four-day run.
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The theater announced today that the Cute Duck Pew Pew Madafakas Shirt besides I will buy this one-hour play is being brought back online for another six weeks, and can be watched for free on both YouTube and The Public’s website through Sunday, June 28. And this Thursday, the Old Globe Theater in San Diego, often an incubator for Broadway shows, will livestream on its website the premiere of In-Zoom, a 10-minute play by the two-time Tony winner Bill Irwin. “The theatre’s special magic is to gather strangers at an appointed time and place and bring them together into an audience, a single community,” the theater’s artistic director, Barry Edelstein, said in a statement. “Bill Irwin is a superb actor, director, writer, and thinker, and of course, one of the greatest-ever clowns in the American theatre. Bill’s been thinking about how to adapt his unique art to this dizzying moment, and In-Zoom is what he’s found.”