Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

INDIE ART TODAY Hosts Live Video Panels On The Post-COVID Future Of Theatre

Mr. Piccione has been hosting Indie Art Today - which airs conversations every week with artists in theatre, film & music - since May of last year.

INDIE ART TODAY Hosts Live Video Panels On The Post-COVID Future Of Theatre

This past Sunday, Indie Art Today - hosted by award-winning writer and producer Anthony J. Piccione - began its three week series of live video panels on the future of theatre in the post-COVID era with a live panel featuring five playwrights, with two more panels featuring directors and actors scheduled for May 16th & 23rd, respectively.

According to Piccione, "there remains plenty of questions about what the future of theatre will look like as the pandemic comes to an end, and vaccines get rolled out. Among them are how long will COVID restrictions continue to impact artists and venues alike, as well as what role will live-streaming and virtual theatre continue to play. I felt it was important to offer a platform on my podcast for a wide range of artists in our industry to discuss their thoughts and perspectives on this highly important topic, as we enter this new era."

Mr. Piccione has been hosting Indie Art Today - which airs conversations every week with artists in theatre, film & music - since May of last year. This series, he says, is the first time that the podcast will be airing live video episodes of the podcast, in addition to its audio edition available on Anchor, Spotify, iTunes, and various other streaming platforms.

The first panel - which aired on May 9th at 6pm EST - featured playwrights Paul Smith, Doug DeVita, Max Berry, Dave Proctor & Marjorie Bicknell. Announcements are forthcoming for panelists for the upcoming panels featuring directors and actors, airing on May 16th & May 23rd at 6pm EST, respectively.

To watch these panels as they air, please visit www.youtube.com/user/AnthonyJPiccione

TodayTix Black Friday

Related Stories

More Hot Stories For You


Actress and FAME Singer Irene Cara Passes Away at 63Actress and FAME Singer Irene Cara Passes Away at 63
November 26, 2022

According to a post on her official Twitter account, Broadway and film actress Irene Cara, who played the role of Coco Hernandez in the movie FAME, has passed away at age 63 in her home in Florida. The cause of death has not yet been released.

Tickets for BOB FOSSE'S DANCIN' On Broadway Go On Sale November 27Tickets for BOB FOSSE'S DANCIN' On Broadway Go On Sale November 27
November 25, 2022

Bob Fosse's DANCIN', the American show business legend's landmark musical tribute to the artform that defined his life, will return to Broadway 41 years after the original smash-hit production took its final bow. Bob Fosse's DANCIN' will begin previews at The Music Box Theatre on Thursday, March 2, 2023, with opening night set for Sunday, March 19, 2023.

Video: Hugh Jackman Returns to THE MUSIC MAN TodayVideo: Hugh Jackman Returns to THE MUSIC MAN Today
November 25, 2022

Watch a video of Hugh Jackman, as he returns to The Music Man at the Winter Garden Theatre!

Ben Platt and Noah Galvin Announce EngagementBen Platt and Noah Galvin Announce Engagement
November 25, 2022

Ben Platt and Noah Galvin have announced their engagement! Platt and Galvin became a couple after Platt stepped down as 'Evan Hansen' in Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway and Galvin took over the role. The pair shared the news of their engagement on Instagram.

Now Hiring: Costume Shop Assistant, Production Manager, and More - BroadwayWorld ClassifiedsNow Hiring: Costume Shop Assistant, Production Manager, and More - BroadwayWorld Classifieds
November 25, 2022

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 11/24/2022 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.