"Big jetés and tours require a great deal of physical power, and it took a while to build up the strength to execute those moves again"
A series of memoirs from the people who lived it
"The Warhol show had to be hung virtually. We invented a whole new system using virtual couriers"
"I must have said, ‘It’s so great to see you!’ dozens of times—and I meant each one"
"We made four separate guest lists because we didn’t know how many would be allowed on the day"
He had to lay off 98 per cent of his 2,000-person staff at the beginning of the pandemic
"In the school’s auditorium, we sang in clear, three-sided booths built from pipes and plexiglass"
"One particularly powerful gust sent hundreds of pages of scripts flying, and the the entire company chased after them"
"After teams scored, there were a lot of elbow bumps instead of high-fives"
"Playing together again reminded us of who we are and what we love to do"
"When we opened registration for our first candle-making class, it sold out in half an hour"
My regulars come in and say, 'We’re home at last!'
"The first night, my eyes welled up with tears. I was seeing this vision come to life"
"Each audience member downloads an app and listens to the dialogue on their headphones"