with lots of shows putting content online to stream and performers putting on Instagram live performances, etc. I thought it would be great to have a thread that puts all of that info in one place? I put it in the general chat section as this will probably be across musicals, performers and maybe even plays and dance.
It would be great to leave this thread only for posting actual links and times, etc. and then leave any discussions to the threads of the shows or performers, etc. in their respective sections. This way the info should be easy to find and will be less cluttered. :-)
I'll get the ball rolling:
Eugenius being streamed live at 7pm tonight (20th March 2020):
Joe Stilgoe is doing requests live from his shed at 1pm every day on You Tube. Quality not always great but still entertaining, he did a song from High Society yesterday and mentioned Jamie Parker might be joining for a duet at some point 😁
Post by TheOneOnTheLeft on Mar 21, 2020 10:28:44 GMT
Here you can see the Berlin University of the Arts‘ production of Peter Eötvös‘ opera version of ANGELS IN AMERICA from last summer, two complete recordings of the whole opera with two different casts (all of them students of the university):
Rosie O'Donnell is doing some kind of live event tomorrow night (in the US) featuring a load of Broadway stars - hopefully it'll be watchable on YouTube on Monday. So far they've mentioned Sutton Foster, Aaron Tveit, Jeremy Jordan, Patti LuPone, Idina Menzel, Matthew Morrison.... 😍
Post by stevejohnson678 on Mar 22, 2020 13:51:09 GMT
Incognito Theatre have uploaded their award-winning show, Tobacco Road, to Google Drive for anyone to view. The show appeared at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe and won the Les Enfants Terribles Greenwich Partnership Award.
Incognito return with their explosive physical style to tell the story of five resourceful young men and women attempting to carve out a place in the murky underworld of 1920s London. In the wake of the Great War, can they find the fame and wealth they crave or will their desperate need to belong lead to disastrous consequences?
The theatre company Clown Funeral have also made all three of their shows available on You Tube.
Their debut production, Mr Poe's Legendarium, was performed at C Venues in Edinburgh in 2015. That was followed by The Murderer which premiered at Zoo Venues in Edinburgh in 2016. Their most recent work, Things We Chose To Save, premiered at the Incoming Festival in 2018.
“I have a murderer in my house. It’s all perfectly fine.”
In a world where citizens rehabilitate criminals, the Carer and the Murderer go for coffee and play badminton. Clown Funeral’s adaptation of Luke Kennard’s darkly comic poem tells the story of their unusual relationship, questions how easily we can forgive someone and asks to what extent our obsessions can consume us.
Things We Chose To Save
In ten years’ time we discover a way to store memories externally.
Molly watches thousands of other people’s pasts at work everyday. Billie decides to sell just one clip. But being responsible for someone else’s personal history is harder than either of them had anticipated.
Mr Poe's Legendarium
Join Sigmund Freud and Edgar Allan Poe as they escort you through a vaudeville maze of haunted sagas, from classic séance chills to lesser-known tarantula tales.
Just to update this: there are English subtitles available too!
Do I understand that each play is only available for one evening, though, between 18.30 and 24.00 German time? Still a great chance to see some classic Peter Stein productions from the 70s and 80s and some of the Thomas Ostermeier stuff I missed at the Barbican.
bordeaux , yes, each of the plays is available for one evening, 18:30-24:00, German time. They did, however, extend Ein Volksfeind, which was made available yesterday, until 5 PM today, so they might do the same for a few others, maybe...