With millions now working from home, streaming services like Netflix and Hulu have become entertainment staples. Case in point is the Netflix true-crime docuseries “Tiger King,” which the streaming service says attracted viewership from about 64 million households worldwide. Music streaming services, e-books and online gaming have also been key outlets for those seeking entertainment while staying at home.
“I hope when we emerge from our homes, having relied for months on movies, television, music, books, video games and more to keep us busy, that we will no longer question the need to fund arts programs in our schools and communities,” said Hank Stratton, artistic director of the university’s Arizona Repertory Theatre. “The work of artists from around the world has helped us get through this time, and we owe it to the next generation of artists to make sure they can continue that work.”
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