Kennedy Center announces fall 2020 on-site and digital programming

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The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announces on-site and digital programming initiatives to bridge the period between now and the 2021 season, which is set to begin on January 14. As the U.S. and the world navigate the impacts of the coronavirus and begin the process of re-opening, the Kennedy Center will undertake an ambitious, but limited, in-person slate of programming, designed to safely enact the mission of the National Cultural Center and bring the voices of America’s artists to the nation’s capital, as well as significantly expand the institution’s free digital programming for audiences across the country. In-person programming will remain flexible in accordance with any updates to the District of Columbia’s ReOpen D.C. guidelines.

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