RALEIGH, N.C. — With Gov. Roy Cooper hitting the pause button on North Carolina’s efforts to resume business and social activities during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s clear it will be quite a while before area entertainment venues are hosting concerts, plays and other events.
But that hasn’t stopped venue managers for preparing for their eventual reopenings.
At the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts in Raleigh, social distancing markers are on the ground, plans are in place to bring in machines to take people’s temperatures and managers have put together a seating chart for 400 people – 23 percent capacity – to enjoy a symphony concert or a ballet.
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