From Our Friends
A grassroots subscription platform featuring original content by Taylor Mac, Kristin Marting, Morgan Jenness, Emily Morse, Niegel Smith, and a group of over 50 other New York City artists—including Tony Award, Pulitzer Prize, MacArthur Fellowship and OBIE Award winners spanning numerous disciplines.
Theater Without Theatre
A nightly theatrical broadcast aiming to fill the current artistic void at curtain time.
Play Per View
One-time-only events for audiences who love the experience of live entertainment and, due to the restrictions created by physical distancing practices, can no longer attend in person. In response to the global pandemic—as well as a desire to bring live theatrical experiences to audiences outside of the major hubs of New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles—this organization will raise funds for organizations such as The Actors Fund, Broadway Cares, non-profit theatres and theatrical unions who are helping to relieve those in need of financial assistance due to job loss, medical bills, and other essential needs.
Stars In The House
Two brand-new shows streamed live every day, 2pm and 8pm Eastern time to support The Actor's Fund and its services.
Performing Arts, Theater, Music.
Shows from the Feinstein's/54 Below archives, which will be streamed as one-time only events on YouTube at a scheduled date and time.
An on-going schedule of online classes, courses, and events.
Archival performances, original content, and interviews.
A variety of virtual programming, including poetry, art, music, and more.
The Civilians/Extended Play
Resources for artists, articles, and interviews.
Livestream performance series, taking place every Tuesday and Thursday at 6pm Eastern time.
Free streaming of productions and events in partnership with CultureHub and HowlRound.
Lincoln Center At Home
Daily pop-up classrooms for families and regularly updated videos of performances—archival, home-made, documentary, or previously broadcast—by organizations across the Lincoln Center campus.
New York's sing-a-long piano bar moves online, with livestreams nightly.
The Metropolitan Opera
Nightly streaming productions, as well as supplemental articles and resources.
Weekly releases from an archive of live performances, and free for audiences across the globe.
National Theatre Live
Rotating free streams from select National Theatre productions.
New York Theatre Workshop
Virtual programming including Master Classes, Fireside Chats, AfterWords and Jam Sessions happening every week. All programming is free and open to the public, but please register in advance.
a weekly, remote, multidisciplinary, variety arts gathering open to all as well as other programming throughout the week.
Weekly remote, multidisciplinary, variety arts gathering open to all as well as other programming throughout the week.
Classes And Workshops.
Playwrights Center Spring 2020 Season
In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Playwrights’ Center is taking action to connect people with their communities and create income streams for theater artists who are out of work. This spring, Playwrights' Center will feature regular weekly programming readings, seminars, and workshops.
Playwriting Workshop with Young Jean Lee
Recording of Zoom workshop about starting a new full-length play, to help give people something to do while social distancing and quarantining during the 2020 coronavirus epidemic.
Beat The Plague Playwriting Workshop
PWYC - Pay What You Can - Playwriting Workshops hosted by Jacqueline Goldfinger. Each workshop is limited to six participants and lasts two-and-a-half hours. Every participant can share up to 20 pages of a play and receive feedback.
Online Playwriting with Jaclyn Backhaus
Sign up to get updates on playwriting classes wtih Jacklyn Backhaus
Museums, Visual Arts, and More.
The Global LGBTQI Virtual Festival
The first global LGBTQI virtual festival, to support LGBTQI Artists and Businesses. Streaming Music and Film Events, Cooking Classes, Fashion, Author's Panel. Spoken-Words and more.
Online programming, resources, classes.
Penguins roaming the halls, and live views of the Underwater Beauty exhibit