Regional arts organisations are exhausted and struggling under lockdown. But opening up may present new challenges, too
Every Friday, the volunteer ushers of the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre get together for an online catch up.
“It’s lovely to see everyone and hear what they’ve been up to but it’s not the same,” says Bernadette Reynolds, 75, who has been guiding people to their row in the centre’s 500-seat auditorium for more than a decade.
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