Harrowing tales from front-line COVID responders in streaming play ‘The Line’

Lorraine Toussaint (left), Santino Fontana and John Ortiz in “The Line,” a surprisingly effective online play built from interviews with medical workers who’d been in the thick of the COVID-19 sickness and death earlier this year.  (Courtesy of The Public Theater)

For “The Line,” playwrights Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen interviewed real health care workers in New York City. The play, presented by The Public Theater, streams online for free through Aug. 4.

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