Bronx residents create virtual play, raise funds for charity amid pandemic

Two Bronx residents are holding a virtual play for those missing the theatre during the pandemic.

News 12 Staff

Jun 28, 2020, 5:57 PM

Updated 1,425 days ago

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Two Bronx residents are holding a virtual play for those missing the theatre during the pandemic.
The Round Table is a fresh take on the legend of King Arthur and the knights of the round table as they are trapped in their castle when faced with an unexpected threat.
"There is a silver lining of positivity to be had and we can really use this time to reflect and build ourselves so when things do open back up, we are hopefully better people," says co-director and actor Rolando Chusan. "We got something that's never been done before."
Chusan and producer Brian Hazan tell News 12 they are doing some exciting and dynamic things with specific effects and green screen technology.
The theatrical play is free to watch but donations are being accepted. All donations are given to a coronavirius relief organization called Nine Hugs.
The Round Table is set for its final livestream on Zoom tonight at 7 p.m.
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