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Theaters Turn To 'Intimacy Directors' To Guide And Protect Actors On Set

Amid the #MeToo movement, many prominent actors — including Jennifer Lawrence and Molly Ringwald — have come forward with stories of on-set sexual harassment. It’s causing film and theater professionals all over the country to consider how to foster safer work spaces for their actors.

As a result, some theaters are now employing “intimacy directors.” Ashlie Stevens (@AshlieD_Stevens) from WFPL in Louisville reports.

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