For most of theatrical history “touring” has meant one thing;
everyone travels: performers, crews, and audiences...everyone must leave their homes and get themselves to a central place for “the show.” And, in fact, thousands of theater-folk hit
the road every year and millions of theater-goers get in their cars and drive to where the theater-folks have set up their tent. That said, there are many, many more millions of non-theater-goers who
might be theater-goers but for constraints imposed by circumstances such as disability, economic hardship, transportation, childcare needs, and geographical limitations, and regretfully, the global
pandemic! For these folks, attending a touring production is simply not on option.
And so, if our audiences can’t get to the theater, we’ll bring the theater to them!
Virtual Theater is Live Theater- real actors in real time performing for real audiences – difference being the actors and the audiences are in different places; many different places.
Because our theater is on the Internet; actors, dancers, singers, directors, and technicians can be anywhere in the world. Similarly, audiences can be anywhere as well. In fact, anyone with a computer and WiFi can go to our theater without ever leaving their homes.