The Cal Poly Arts Program is seeking community input on the type of entertainment they want to see from the comfort of their own home.
Organizers with the program say they understand no virtual experience can compare to the moment of excitement at a live performance when the lights go down, the conductor taps his baton, and the orchestra begins the overture. However, given the COVID-19 circumstances, they still want to provide this entertainment for their community.
Since the Performing Arts Center must remain closed during the pandemic, organizers say in the meantime they want to know what high-quality virtual entertainment they may provide for you to enjoy in the comfort and safety of your own home.
Community members can participate in this survey, which will help the Cal Poly Arts Program get a better idea of what performances the community would like to see, including what format they would like them to be presented.
The survey provides a wide range of performance options including theater, comedy, music, dance and much more.