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Jason Tamborini, Prologue Theatre "Talks" About "Bike America" Play

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Release Date: 07/21/2020

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The Artistic Director of Prologue Theatre Jason Tamborini talked about a project his organization will be pursuing - a reading of the play "Bike America". Originally intended as a live performance, the theater had to transition to an online production. Find out the questions they asked when making their decision to not perform live, the "virtual mile challenge" being held in conjunction with the reading, and his ideas for enhanced online productions. Definitely a group that is looking outside the box.

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The Artistic Director of Prologue Theatre Jason Tamborini talked about a unique project his organization will be presenting - a  reading of the play "Bike America" but with added programs. Originally intended as a live performance, the theater had to transition to an online production after reviewing the possibilities of being one of the first theaters to put on a live performance. Find out the questions they asked themselves when making their decision, the "virtual mile challenge" being organized in conjunction with the reading, and his ideas for possible enhanced online productions in the fall. Definitely a group that is looking outside the box.