COVID uncertainties remain, but the show is going on for N.J. theaters. Here’s how.

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Bruce Curless, like many New Jersey theater directors, has felt the coronavirus pandemic’s devastating impact on the arts. The founder of the Ritz Theatre in Haddon Township said he took those emotions to the stage for a series of virtual performances earlier this year. “It was therapy for me,” said Curless, who told the story of the theater’s 36-year history as part of the show. “At one point I discussed everything that’s threatened it throughout the years. Lack of funds. People not coming out post-9/11. The crash of the newspaper industry… and of course, COVID-19.” “The pandemic was catast…

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