Social distancing — and disruption. The closing of schools, factories, small businesses and churches. Quarantines. Panic buying. They’re all making the news these days, harkening back to the so-called “Spanish flu” pandemic of 1918.
“Boxing is a good tool,” Butts Jr. said. “People think they can come in here and learn to fight, but it’s not about fighting. It’s about learning control – body and mind.”
Theatre Macon’s new artistic director Richard Frazier might have been nervous about changes he wanted to bring to the theatrical company started by Jim Crisp and a handful of others 33 years ago—but he hasn’t let that stop him.