Being an Actor in NYC Right Now w/ José Espinosa
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New York is known for its broadway productions and actors. During this time when everyone is staying at home what new challenges have come up with the pandemic keeping everyone sheltered?
How do actors stay afloat? Where can they look too for resources?
Join us for a virtual conversation with Jose Espinosa on being an actor in NYC right now.
More about Jose Espinosa:
José Espinosa is an actor in theater, film and television. He received an MFA from Yale School of Drama in 2019.
He is quite interested in talking about private/public space, the future of gatherings post-Covid especially as relates to the theater, broadway, etc.
Jose is currently an actor in NYC.
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