Creating in Lockdown

When the world’s artists are forced to stay at home to help curb the destruction of this terrible virus, creativity is sometimes hard to find. I’ve been blown away with the incredible offerings many of my fiends and colleagues have made during this time, not only in musical performance form, but in hobbies and passions long pushed aside in what can be a hectic and all-consuming career. We’ve been forced to stop, to think, to reconnect with who we were before we were music and theatre makers, and discovered we are still all of who we’ve always been. Just because we’ve stopped ‘doing’ doesn’t mean we’ve stopped ‘being’. We will still ‘be’ here.

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