The claim, finally, was heard. The approval of the protocols for the reopening of theaters was made official, which had ceased their activities throughout the Argentine Republic on March 15 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In this way, artists and workers linked to the entertainment industry were able to return to theaters. And some of them have already had the opportunity to raise the curtain.\r\n\r\nIn this way, Corrientes Street in Buenos Aires, known throughout the world for its intense cultural activity, once again had its marquees illuminated. The public was able to once again delight in works of different genres. Although, obviously, there were several aspects that set the tone for what will be, from now on, the so-called \u201cnew normal\u201d.\r\n\r\nIn principle, the new protocol indicates that the public must not occupy more than 30 percent of the total capacity of each theater, which must also guarantee good ventilation. And this forced the producers to sell sauteed seats or to redistribute them to allow the necessary social distancing of two meters between each pair of spectators.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand, it was established that tickets must be purchased in advance online, since it is not allowed to be sold through the window, so that the ushers verify them through a QR code. And the public, for which the use of the mask is mandatory throughout the performance, cannot go on stage or interact with the artists in any way.