“The Changing Cultural Diet” Executive Briefing

Alan Brown, April 25, 2022

Alan’s April 25th briefing highlights results from this week’s survey deployments to three national cohorts of theaters, orchestras, and performing arts centers. Will perceptions of rising infection rates between March and April cause another regression in readiness to attend? Has demand continued its post-Omicron recovery?

This update will focus on indicators of support for masking requirements, reasons that people are claiming that advance planning is more difficult than it used to be, as well as what people are saying about how their “cultural diets” have changed because of the pandemic.

Part of the dedicated executive briefing series with the Audience Outlook Monitor: COVID-19 Study

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