New resource released – Back after interval for performers and creatives


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New resource released to help performers and creatives navigate the return to live performance

Back after interval: tips and techniques for performers and creatives

The mental and physical strain of performing was well-known before COVID-19.

It hasn’t suddenly become easier now that our theatres are reopening. Add to that the complex and sometimes competing emotions of excitement, gratitude, sadness, frustration, and many more that we might be feeling, it’s no surprise that we might be looking for some tips and techniques for navigating this unusual time.

The Arts Wellbeing Collective has worked with Dr Anastasia Hronis of the Australian Institute for Human Wellness to prepare a new resource to help support the return to live performance.

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