COVID-19 Has Closed Stages Across Idaho. Here's How To Help
Many businesses and organizations are being greatly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, as they’ve had to close their doors as part of the push to social distance.
One such organization is the Boise Contemporary Theater, or BCT. It is just one of a number of non-profit arts organizations that’s being affected. So, how can we continue to support the arts during this time?
Joining Idaho Matters live remotely is author Tom Ford. The adaptation of his book, “The Show On The Roof,” was set to premier at BCT this season.
As COVID-19 cases spread through the U.S. and Idaho, we’re committed to keeping you updated and informed. You can get updated info on cases, closures and how to stay healthy at any time on our Coronavirus news blog.
Idaho Matters is working on a story about how families are dealing with school closures during the coronavirus outbreak. Parents: What do your days look like now? Are you creating structure, or are you letting your kids have an extended spring break? Kids: What do you like about being at home, and what do you miss about school and being with your friends? Using your smartphone, please send us a voice memo with your family. Tell us about your daily routine, or about what your’e doing to stay distracted or learning. Send the voice memo to email@example.com. We might use your message in an upcoming show.
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