Well, coronavirus is all people can talk about. It has completely changed our daily lives and interactions with others, especially in the world of theater. So I wanted to address it head on with friend-of-the-podcast Clayton Howe. We share how each of us lost our jobs and what we're doing now to keep going and make it through this extraordinary time in the world.
I also give 5 ways we as artists can regain control during a very uncertain moment in our lives and careers: Commitment, Outside, Variety, Introspection, and Dreams.
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instagram.com/inclaynation & entertainmentx.podbean.com/
Articles mentioned in this episode:
- How stress influences disease - Science Daily
- A Connecticut Theater Finds New Ways To Get Art To Audiences - WSHU
- Getting At Least 7 Hours Of Sleep Helps Prevent Colds - NPR
- How Coronavirus Impacts Broadway – Variety
- How Coronavirus Shifted the World of Theater - The Guardian
- Broadway Finds a Way for the Show to Go On - NBC News
May this podcast be a resource for you as you discover more ways to pursue a career in this industry and sustain it through the many ups and downs that follow.
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Music used in this episode:
"March" by Kai Engel is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License.
"Jazz Brunch" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Attribution 3.0 International License.