Theatre artists in Mexico reinvent themselves during pandemic
01 April 2020 | 11:37 am
The novel coronavirus may have forced theatres in Mexico to close their doors, but the show must go on -- some theatre directors, writers, and designers have found new ways to practise their craft, by doing readings on Facebook lives, or using leftover fabric to make fashionable face masks.
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