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A School Play in a COVID World

By Jaclyn Borowski — June 10, 2020 1 min read

The Taipei American School’s middle school performance of The Little Mermaid went on, despite coronavirus restrictions, with some modifications. Dressed in full costume, students wore masks and performed to an empty room, as the play was streamed so parents could watch from home. Another section of the school’s arts programs, the choir, has continued to practice as well, wearing masks and spaced out over three levels to adhere to this new world.

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A version of this article first appeared in the Full Frame blog.


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