How to Deal With a Mid-Performance Injury

How to Deal With a Mid-Performance Injury

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There’s nothing quite like the adrenaline rush and thrill of the live theater, and that means all the good, bad, and ugly that come with it. If you find yourself in the middle of a performance and you injure yourself while doing stage combat, aerial work, tricky choreography, or any other physical feat, there are a set of procedures for every production to determine if the show can, indeed, go on. Below, Backstage Expert and fitness professional Kristin Calabria has a few tips on what to do in the unfortunate event of mid-show injury.

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Kristin Calabria
Kristin Calabria is a New York-based actor and fitness professional. She also consults on movement heavy plays, teaches yoga, boxing, and strength training throughout Manhattan, leads fitness retreats around the world and does print work for companies like Reebok, Box and Flow, and SurfYogaBeer.
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