• LIVE STREAM

    Just One Kiss

    By Paul K. Smith

    POSTED: Aug 10, 2020
    Offer:

    https://m.facebook.com/events/304048430939107

    Dates:

    Aug 8 @ 1:45 p.m.

    Summary:

    Live, Streamed Reading of my adaptation of the essence of Racine's "Phedre" -- just Woman, Man, and Desire.

  • LIVE STREAM

    The Veterans Military Civilians Teller and Listener Good New Play

    By Christopher Uzzi

    POSTED: Aug 10, 2020
    Offer:

    www.vlpost.com

    Dates:

    Available now until further notice. 

    Summary:

    An upbeat virtual play showing the interactions between veterans, military and civilians’ participating in exchanging teller and listener positive stories. The overall objective is promoting positive turnaround and uplifting various real-life stories based on universal actual events. The stories shared and designed for insightful hope, courage, and optimistic methods of thinking. With an audience of 24 million veterans and military personnel—in addition to their family and friends—the ultimate mission is to bring in all of the United States and free world countries with the absolute goal of reducing veterans, military, and civilians from very negative, harmful, and destructive actions. In short, the current suicide rate amongst veterans is 22 per day. The ultimate goal of this listening project is to reduce the daily rate to 0.

  • LIVE STREAM

    The Pride of Lions

    By Roger Q. Mason

    POSTED: Aug 07, 2020
    Offer:

    http://dixonplace.org/performances/theprideoflions-07-31-20/

    Dates:

    July 31 @ 8 p.m.

    Summary:

    THE PRIDE OF LIONS is a queer performance work which casts a panoramic eye on the plight of queer and trans people within the US legal system from the 1920s till today.  In this DPTV excerpt, we visit five female impersonators on the night of their Broadway debuts in Mae West’s ill-fated drag play The Pleasure Man.  After the show is shut down by the NYPD for indecency, this quintet of aspiring queens experience a life altering evening in prison at the brutal yet suspiciously homocurious hands of New York’s finest.

    Theatre:
    Dixon Place
    161A Christie St, New York NY 10002
  • LIVE STREAM

    A Burning Church

    By Zhailon Levingston, Alex Hare, Nehemiah Luckett

    POSTED: Aug 06, 2020
    Offer:

    https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/dept/1499

    Dates:

     August 13 - 15 @ 7 p.m.

    Summary:

    The new musical traces the lives of church leaders and congregants amid political movements, tragedies, and spiritual rebirth. This reiteration will be presented as a virtual religious service, weaving in performances of songs from the show with sermons, commentary, and moments to hold spiritual space together.

    154 Christopher St Ste 1E, New York NY 10014
  • LIVE STREAM

    May Day

    By Melissa Li, Kit Yan

    POSTED: Aug 06, 2020
    Offer:

    To attend the Zoom reading, email gm@newyorkrep.org to receive the necessary link in advance.

    Dates:

    Aug 13 @ 6 p.m.

    Summary:

    NewYorkRep has commissioned May Day, a new ten-minute, mini-musical by award-winning collaborators Melissa Li & Kit Yan, inspired by the mistaken missile emergency alert set off in Hawaii in 2018.

    Wind, a non-binary nerd, had just reconnected with Auri, an old high school friend, when they receive a terrifying alert: a missile will strike Honolulu in ten minutes. When they meet up with Wind's grandpa Wally, they are faced with an important choice. Will they run away or stay in place? 

    Theatre:
    NewYorkRep
    345 W 58th St Ste 10P, New York NY 10019
  • LIVE STREAM

    In The Southern Breeze

    By Jiréh Breon Holder

    POSTED: Aug 06, 2020
    Offer:

    https://www.rattlestick.org/20192020-season/2020/7/23/1zg5rebh61ysc2d039e4ota9v6drr2

    Dates:

    Aug 13 @ 5 p.m.

    Summary:

    When a runaway slave gets lost in a mysterious forest, an Absurdist drama ensues. In the Southern Breeze offers a challenging look at how our society has treated and continues to treat African American men. 

    There will be a post-show discussion on the theme of the play, facilitated by Robert Pollock.

    244 Waverly Pl, New York NY 10014
  • LIVE STREAM

    Dutchman

    POSTED: Aug 06, 2020
    Offer:

    Available on Play-Per-View: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/play-perview-dutchman-featuring-dule-hill-and-jennifer-mudge-live-stream-tickets-112738265186

    Dates:

    Aug 8 @ 7 p.m.

    Summary:

    The play follows a lascivious blonde as she tries every way possible to pick up and seduce a black youth in a subway car.

  • LIVE STREAM

    Who's There?

    By The Transit Ensemble

    POSTED: Aug 06, 2020
    Offer:

    https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/dept/1499

    Dates:

    Aug 6-8 @ 10 a.m.

    Summary:

    The New Ohio Theatre will live stream its entire 27th annual Ice Factory Festival. "Who's There ?" is a cross-cultural encounter involving artists based in Singapore, Malaysia, and the United States. Using Zoom, the show explores the unstable ground between us and “the other." A Black American influencer accuses a Malaysian bureaucrat of condoning blackface. A Singaporean-Indian teacher launches an Instagram feud calling out racial inequality at home, post-George Floyd. A privileged Singaporean-Chinese activist meets a compassionate White Saviour, and an ethnically ambiguous political YouTuber takes a DNA test for the first time.

    154 Christopher St Ste 1E, New York NY 10014
  • LIVE STREAM

    Ain't (Y)Our History

    By Rachel Atkins

    POSTED: Aug 05, 2020
    Offer:

    http://www.azotheatre.dreamhosters.com/az/

    Dates:

    August 25 @ 5 p.m. Pacific

    Summary:

    The fight for women’s right to vote is one of the most misrepresented and misunderstood civil rights movements in American history. This provocative and inspiring new play follows the movement through its untold stories of race relations and conflicts, highlighting contributions from and barriers faced by the African American suffragists silenced by history, and drawing parallels to contemporary gender, race, and social justice issues. As we approach the 2020 elections, and in honor of the Centennial of the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote, it couldn't be more relevant or timely.

    Theatre:
    Azeotrope
    Seattle WA
  • LIVE STREAM

    THE MONROE DOCTRINE

    By Mark Scharf

    POSTED: Aug 05, 2020
    Offer:

    https://www.brookfieldtheatre.org/

    Dates:

    August 20 @ 7 p.m.

    Summary:

     Presented as an On-Line, Virtual Staged Reading

    PO Box 528, Brookfield CT 06804
  • LIVE STREAM

    The Pride of Lions

    By David Gonzalez, Sara Martin

    POSTED: Aug 05, 2020
    Offer:

    http://dixonplace.org/performances/theprideoflions-07-31-20/

    Dates:

    Friday, July 31, 2020 @ 8 pm

    Summary:

    THE PRIDE OF LIONS is a queer performance work which casts a panoramic eye on the plight of queer and trans people within the US legal system from the 1920s till today.  In this DPTV excerpt, we visit five female impersonators on the night of their Broadway debuts in Mae West’s ill-fated drag play The Pleasure Man.  After the show is shut down by the NYPD for indecency, this quintet of aspiring queens experience a life altering evening in prison at the brutal yet suspiciously homocurious hands of New York’s finest. 

    Theatre:
    Dixon Place
    161A Christie St, New York NY 10002
  • LIVE STREAM

    CORONA BROs - a musical comedy about COVID-19

    By Kevin Bleau

    POSTED: Aug 05, 2020
    Offer:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udjgmKb2cmQ&list=PLqb5MB0DaiZ5CWD2CeBj6…

    Dates:

    Available on YouTube.

    Summary:

    Everyone needs a laugh in these trying times. CORONA BROs is a twenty-minute movie musical about COVID-19 from the virus’s point of view. Berklee College of Music professor Kevin Bleau shot the movie in his basement with his wife and two daughters.