There’s no audience; there’s no one in the building, but Newark Symphony Hall is busy. There’s a new “career accelerator and business incubator” in the making. “Musicians, singers, dancers, actors, spoken word artists, directors and theater technical staff are eligible for the program,” and some of the proposals will result in virtual shows. In pandemic times, it could be far worse. – Newark Star-Ledger

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