PROVO, Utah — In the heavy quiet of the Utah desert, past fields of alfalfa and fruit trees, past the Goshen trailer park and a big, sprawling dairy farm, the domes of Jerusalem rise up from the patchy grass. Set way back from the road, this maze of open-air passageways and courtyards is about the size of two football fields, an unusual vision of limestone bumping up against the Utah Rockies. The church is an important piece of a film and TV ecosystem in northern Utah, which includes a small world of independent films that cater to the Latter-day Saints market, BYUtv part of Brigham Young University, which is affiliated with the church , as well as mainstream commercials, television and movie productions that film in the state, drawn by a generous rebate program and its proximity to Los Angeles.
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With in-person Broadway performances now closed for the foreseeable future, Broadway producers and theatre landlords have to do something to keep this avenue of American theatre alive and one way that has been proposed is for current Broadway shows to now provide a live Broadway show experience through live-streaming pay-per-view solutions. Once lampooned, the idea of having a live Broadway show be only available through broadcast or live-streamed is finally getting some traction in all the right places. The plan would be that each Broadway show would be live-streamed 8 times per week, at a regularly scheduled time when the show would normally appear on the Great White Way. It would be the virtual-world version, but still with all the traditional aspects of the show. The performance would not be recorded in order to protect the brand and other safeguards would be introduced to eradicate piracy, copying and video sharing. While a two dimensional version of any Broadway show is far less satisfying than the real in-person experience, at least this solution offers a legitimate solution to the challenge that faces Broadway producers who want to keep this form of art alive and when each day passes without the art being performed, then another nail is driven home into the coffin of regret. Innovate or die is the order of the day and Broadway is finally stepping up. Previous Broadway shows can already be seen online and even some concerts are now being live-streamed, but the idea of actually allowing current Broadway shows to be live-streamed is a very new idea that is no longer as outrageous as it once seemed. Various streaming services have expressed great interest in producing a solution that could deliver Broadway in our trying times. NYC has agreed that no sales tax is applicable if the show is shot out of a Broadway theatre and it seems that the momentum behind this idea is fast gaining steam.