In the days before quarantine and social distancing, Sea Tea Improv was the place in Hartford to see live, original comedy shows and take comedy classes and workshops.
MetroHartford Alliance Content Manager Nan Price checked in with Co-Founding Member and Managing Director Julia Pistell to find out how Sea Tea is adapting to reopening.
“Right now, it looks like theaters are going to have to completely change their physical operations, so audience members interact with as few people—including other audience members—as possible,” explains Julia.
“The real challenge is that our space is built to be intimate. We have to make a small space feel very safe, which is challenging,” she adds.
Read the entire interview at Innovation Destination Hartford.