Morelia, Michigan, March 27, 2021. – On the occasion of International Theater Day 2021, which will be celebrated on March 27, English actress Helen Mirren has been responsible for communicating the message that usually takes place year after year. He spoke of the plague and instability that he had brought to the Guild of the World Theater, with a hopeful vision.
On this occasion, the prominent actress emphasized the complexity of the epidemic’s arrival on the profession, which led to insecurity in the profession already full of it.
Helen Mirren stated in her letter that it was a difficult time for live performances, and this has resulted in many artists, technicians, craftsmen and women fighting for a profession already fraught with insecurity. Perhaps this insecurity, which has always been present, he said, has generated a greater ability to survive with ingenuity and courage.
He expressed in his message, “that his imagination has already translated, under these new circumstances, into innovative, entertaining and mobile ways of communicating, thanks to which, of course, a large part of it is due to the Internet.”
“Humans have told each other stories as long as they have been on this planet. The beautiful theater culture will continue and we are here.”
“The creative impulse of writers, designers, dancers, singers, actors, musicians and directors will not be stifled, and in the very near future it will flourish again with new energy and a new understanding of the world we all share.
I can not wait! Closes the actress’ message for 2021.
It is noteworthy that Helen Mirren is an actress who has been involved in theater, film and television since 1966. He has more than 70 films to his credit, and has participated in countless plays. In 2007, she won an Academy Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the United States, for the Best Actress category for The Queen.
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