If you are looking for arts performances to help get through the COVID-19 restrictions, you might enjoy these:
“Taking Care of Christmas” Cody Center for the Performing Arts
or The Studio Theatre’s Staged Reading
And from Relative Theatrics:
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LONELINESS WAS A PANDEMIC
by Olivia Haller, November 6-22, Streaming Virtually
This hybrid theatre/film production, directed by Amanda Alch and Jared Mohr-Leiva, and featuring Justen Glover, Isa Jackowich, Bailey Patterson, and Alex Soto, questions the consequences of technology and the necessity for humanity.
Robots have finally advanced enough to realize they can do everything better than humans – except make art. The robots have done away with all humans except for a select few artists. When one human is tasked with teaching a robot how to paint, they grapple with the question of whether such a thing is possible, and whether they would want to do it at all. Could robots ever be capable of creating art, and if so, could they also be capable of compassion? Or is the human’s need for companionship more important than their handle on reality?
Individual Tickets: $15
Prorated Season Tickets: $60
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LONELINESS WAS A PANDEMIC is supported in part by grants from the Wyoming Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, Wyoming Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Humanities.