Since live theater performances were basically put on hold during the pandemic, enterprising actors had to become a little creative. Fortunately, there is more than one way to stage it—for example, in Fallout 76.
That’s it troupe, A Fallout 76 performance group, has been trying to maintain their performance skills for the past year. So far, they have used Fallout 76 to perform scenes from dramas such as Hamlet, A Clockwork Orange, Grease, News, West Side Story, etc.
The most recent performance of the troupe was held near the end of October.This is a performance of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” bad luck). You can watch the full performance above, which takes about 45 minutes.
A member of the team rebuilt Shakespeare’s original theater Globe Theatre, which was demolished in 1644. Eight players performed together through local voice chat, and often used Fallout 76 expressions or holding props to interrupt the conversation. Most people play multiple roles, and the backstage area of the theater allows multiple changes of clothing.
These are very pleasant things, and I think even with adapted (and shortened) scripts, producing, performing, and recording plays like Macbeth is a difficult task. Even after bowing, they did not finish stepping on the board. The theater company is currently working to stage the Nutcracker in a reconstructed version of the Bolshoi Theatre during the festival. As they said in the theater, break a leg!
thanks, European players.