The Randall Theatre Company is welcoming back in-house audiences this coming Friday, March 5th for “Traveling Through Broadway.”
The theatre hasn’t had a live audience since a comedy performance in mid-November last year.
The Randall Theatre Company began live streaming shows last October to navigate through COVID restrictions.
“Traveling Through Broadway” will be performed live at the Ghostlight Playhouse in downtown Medford and is a collection of songs from Broadway shows.
An audience of 24 is allowed for each show which runs through March 21st.
“There’s something just kind of magical about having performers and audience in the same room and getting that feedback from the audience, hearing the laughter, hearing the applause,” Executive Director, Kathy Wing, said. “It’s something that, as performers, we crave,” she added.
A live stream is available for anyone who isn’t able to attend.