Virtual theater was a byproduct of the COVID pandemic but it’s here to stay

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Brian Neal rushed over to an audition this past week for a short film he had booked just hours prior. The COVID pandemic has made it difficult for some actors to find work as venues slowly reopen for limited live productions. So the Philadelphia-based performer had no time to waste. “It’s funny. It’s like a flip got switched and everyone’s getting back to work, giving it a try again. I’m excited about that,” Neal said. The 27-year-old actor was recently in another — albeit less conventional — moving picture with the South Camden Theatre Company’s virtual production of the drama, “Pipeline.” It…

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