WITH the HotHouse Theatre season lost this year amid the coronavirus crisis, the Wodonga company is honing in on other creative projects.
HotHouse Theatre general manager Michael Huxley said though they were disappointed to abandon the season, there was no other choice given COVID-19 restrictions.
"We've had a really great response from subscribers, who are hanging in there until next year," he said.
Mr Huxley said under present guidelines for indoor venues, they could only seat 32 people in the theatre.
"If you want to see a HotHouse show in 2021, there will be a genuine scarcity of tickets," Mr Huxley said.
IN OTHER NEWS:
HotHouse Theatre is offering Connect | Relate | Create, which is a six-week online creative program. Workshops include Zoom Choir with Chris Pidd (September 15); Drawing (September 22); Movement with Jodie Farrugia (September 29); and Idea's Lab (October 6).
A school holiday workshop, SPLIT - Stories from the Border Bubble will run September 28 and 29 at Albury Chamber Hub.
There will be a livestream via Zoom on October 2 at 4pm.
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