Online Resources for Theater Lovers During the Coronavirus Crisis
During this uncertain time, when our theaters are closed, there are some creative and fun ways to connect with our industry remotely. How are you maintaining your connection to the theater community?
Broadway.com “Live at Five” Interviews with Broadway stars “Home Edition” (Broadway shows are currently suspended through June 7, 2020)
The Globe is streaming Shakespeare for FREE in addition to 34 foreign language productions.
Netflix and Amazon Prime are streaming Broadway musicals.
Visit digitaltheatre.com where you can subscribe or rent theatre productions at a very low price.
If you have children at home, you can sort these plays by age group and stream them for FREE.
Longing to watch for your favorite musical? Check out Insider. They are currently offering a 7-day free trial, $8.99 per month afterwards or you can opt for an annual subscription.
Playscripts.com is offering FREE online reading of 15 plays in their collection for a limited time. Click Here for the Professional Theater catalogue
Are your classes cancelled? You can brush up on your technique and try a fun, online workshop at Your Stage Partners
PBS Learning Media is presenting free online videos on various topics from Shadow Puppetry to Shakespeare. You can also view interactive courses on stage makeup, playwriting, costuming and more.
Yale University has opened up their Databases for Full-Text Plays packed with plays and books for online access. Click here