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Descriere: epa08836944 A composite image shows empty stages of (top row L-R) at the Tonhalle Duesseldorf, Aalto Theater Essen, (second row L-R) Stadthalle Wuppertall, Geblaesehalle Duisburg (third row L-R) Opernhaus Dortmund, Grillo-Theater Essen, and (bottom L-R) Lichtburg Cinema Essen and Ebertbad Oberhausen in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, in pictures taken between 13 and 20 November 2020 (issued 23 November 2020). The art and culture scene is attempting to draw attention to the existential threat posed to the industry by the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic with actions such as 'Ohne Kunst und Kultur wirds still' (lit.: Without art and culture it gets quiet) and '#AlarmstufeRot' (lit.: red alert). In Germany, there are about 1.5 million jobs in the cultural sector, which generate an annual turnover of about 130 billion euros. A four-week 'lockdown light' took effect all over Germany on 02 November 2020 to counter a surge in Covid-19 cases. Among other things, cultural events with spectators are forbidden, and cinemas and theaters were closed. EPA/FRIEDEMANN VOGEL ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET