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TECHNOLOGY IS REMAKING HOW WE SEE THE ANCIENT ART OF THEATER

When James Corden kicked off the Tony Awards this year, his opening number was a full-throated endorsement of the live theatrical experience. “It’s live, we do it live, and every single moment’s unrepeatable,” the late-night TV host sang. “There is a visceral bliss you only get in a theater seeing people do this.”

Turns out he wasn’t correct.

These days, you can watch a Broadway musical from a subway train seat. You can get your stage fix at your local movie theater or hear a play while jogging.

Theater just isn’t what it used to be.

Media companies armed with the latest in technology like Fathom Events, Audible Inc. and BroadwayHD are reshaping the experience, evolving it past the quaint

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