Home Business Improvisational theater SHOW MUST GO ON: Theatre Baton Rouge celebrates its 75th season this year, but Managing Artistic Director Jenny Ballard says pandemic mitigation regulations will require significant adjustments. (Collin Richie) BusinessInsider Improvisational theater By Maggie Heyn Richardson - July 20, 2020 0 Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Print COVID-19 is forcingTheater Baton Rouge and other members of the the arts community to redefine how they operate in a world with limited seating. We are glad you enjoy reading Business Report. Continue reading this story and get ACCESS to all our content from any device with a subscription now. Click to become an INSIDER for about $1 a week Get access to more than a decade of story archives. Get access to our searchable data center of TOP LISTS. Get exclusive content only available to INSIDERS. Already a subscriber? Sign in RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Daily Report AM Former LSU basketball star Garrett Temple buys $3.6M home in Oak Hills Business SEC overhauls certain disclosure requirements for businesses Business DOTD announces contractor for first phase of I-10 widening Daily Report PM Local investors buy former Topcor building on Industriplex Business Pandemic leads companies to offer more voluntary medical benefits Business Baton Rouge retailers see little to no boost from state sales tax holiday Daily Report AM North Baton Rouge property sells for $3M after owner goes bankrupt Business Nexus announces $50K prize for BREW pitch competition Daily Report PM Losing streak continues for Baton Rouge riverboat casinos Business Will political polarization stop companies from backing social causes?