Mar 12, 2021
By Andy Johnson
The Royal Shakespeare Company is set to resume plays for live audiences in a specially constructed “Garden Theatre.”
The performance area, designed to be COVID-19 safe, is being created at Stratford-upon-Avon’s Swan Gardens, a site overlooked by the main performance venue.
The RSC is to resume its live programming with “The Comedy of Errors,” which was postponed when venues closed amid the pandemic last year.
It has also been announced that a televised production of “The Winter’s Tale” to be broadcast in April.
The RSC closed its theatres on March 17th of last year and has been shut down ever since.