Actors Perform in "Drive-Thru Drama" as COVID-19 Halts Indoor Shows



You've seen drive-in theaters before but never like this. When the coronavirus put a halt to indoor theater, the Alden Theatre in McLean, Virginia, thought why not use the parking lot? "The audience stays in their car and drives from station to station," said Daniel Van Hook, producer of the drive-thru drama. "Everybody always stays 6 feet apart, and everybody always has something covering their face." A character leads each car from set to set, and the audience helps solve the play's central mystery from their vehicles.


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