Podcast Episode #244: What TheaterMakers Can Learn From Simone Biles
ESTIMATED LISTENING TIME OF THIS EPISODE: 7 Minutes
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE:
If you’ve been following The Olympics this year, or if you’re on the internet, you probably heard Simone Biles withdrew from an individual all-around gymnastics competition at the Tokyo Olympics in an effort to focus on her mental health and well-being, a decision which came one day after she removed herself from the team final.
Tune into my personal reaction of this news and then how I believe we can apply this lesson to all of our lives as we look to reopen the live theater industry.
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