A new performance planned for after the coronavirus pandemic comes to an end aims to tackle one burning issue in the performing arts community - how do you practice scenes, songs and dances while remaining safe and self-isolated?
That is the exact question Griffith's Social Distan-Sing Project aims to answer, with the entire show planning to be organised and practiced digitally before taking to the physical stage.
Under the show's plans, the performers will have no face-to-face rehearsals before they hit the stage for the first time on the night.
Organiser Katherine Innes said the show aims to bring people together at a time when the city's performing arts community had been hit hard by regulations and cancellations stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
"I was so disappointed about all of the great opportunities that were getting cancelled," Ms Innes said.
"I wanted to give all the incredibly talented people in our community something fun and creative to work towards."
Ms Innes said it will be an "exciting challenge" to exclusively practice performances virtually.
"I'm used to having months of rehearsals for productions - where everyone is in one room working together," Ms Innes said.
"This is going to be really different.
"I know there will probably be a mistake here or there but I'm embracing that, I think that adds to the fun!"
Ms Innes - who was the co-director of Griffith Regional Theatre's production of Legally Blonde and the assistant director and musical director of A Midsummer Night's Dream - said the event will hope to reignite the performing arts community not just in Griffith, but the wider Riverina.
She said anyone from the wider region can take part in the project due to the digital aspect of rehearsals - but they do have to be able to be in Griffith for the night they are to take to the stage.
"Our communities are really supportive of local talent," Ms Innes said.
"The [Griffith Regional] Theatre's been super supportive [about getting the event off the ground] ... it's fantastic to have that support."
It's not just dramatic scenes which the call has been put out for, with Ms Innes encouraging any number of artistic ventures to take to the virtual stage - including songs, dances and musical theatre - with anyone who may be looking for someone to perform with also encouraged to contact the organisers.
The show is due to be held at the Griffith Regional Theatre after restrictions on indoor gatherings are lifted and performances are allowed to be held again, but there is no set date for the performance.
To register your interest for the event, you are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org, with registrations of interest due to close on April 17.