The Industry Is In Disaster: Iosif Prigogine Defended Ordinary Employees Of The Stage

The Industry Is In Disaster: Iosif Prigogine Defended Ordinary Employees Of The Stage
The Industry Is In Disaster: Iosif Prigogine Defended Ordinary Employees Of The Stage

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Famous people continue to speak out about the innovations of the authorities related to the coronavirus epidemic. For the safety of citizens' health, theater and concert halls are allowed to fill only twenty-five percent. Cultural representatives resent this approach and argue that it is tantamount to the closure of public places. Producer Joseph Prigogine said that many do not quite correctly imagine how show business works. After all, these are not just artists on stage.

Most of the employees are not stars, but ordinary people who need to feed their families, pay taxes, loans, and because of the pandemic, they are deprived of the opportunity to earn. In fact, simple musicians, technical staff who are engaged in arranging the stage, and equipment owners were left without a livelihood.

“The entire industry, including concert halls, theater venues, is suffering a rather dire situation,” Iosif Prigogine said in an interview with 360tv.ru.

On the eve of the fact that he and his employees were in a difficult financial situation, the famous performer Lev Leshchenko told. He admitted that he was forced to seek help from friends. Lev Valerianovich drew attention to the fact that artists have to pay taxes in the absence of earnings.

“Imagine how you can live for seven months without receiving a penny of money at all. Well, they are helping grandmothers, grandfathers, mothers, and fathers,”- in a conversation with the radio station

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