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Manassas Ballet Theatre to Perform Without an Audience

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Artistic Director Amy Wolfe shared: “Covid obviously became something much bigger than any of us thought it would be originally, but I never gave up,"

WDVM has reported that Manassas Ballet Theatre is bringing back live performances in a safe way in the midst of the pandemic, planning to perform without an audience.

Dancers have their temperatures checked daily and are required to wear masks during rehearsals.

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"So we train our whole lives to dance in front of a live audience, it's kind of engrained in us. So it's a huge huge shift. And I found for me especially, it's a lot of internal motivation and imagining that if the audience was there, how they would react," said dancer Kaitlin Frankenfield.

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