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April 2021

Spring is here with a full slate of stage offerings.

Alabama

Henry V

By: William Shakespeare, adapted by David M. Jenkins

Directed by: David M. Jenkins

Jobsite Theater

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 09 - Sun Apr 25

Type of Event: Play

Venue: Jaeb Theater, Straz Center for the Performing Arts. Streaming via Vimeo.

Price: $9.99-$99.50

Reference Link: https://jobsitetheater.org/henry-v

Description:

England’s in tumult and who ascends the throne but playboy prince Hal—an untested royal who spent his youth slumming around London. Now crowned King Henry V, he must win the respect of a nation and lead his country to greatness in an epic battle with archnemesis France.

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The Right to the Stage: Access for our Youth

Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 29 - Thu Apr 29

Type of Event: Livestream: Community Conversation

Venue: YouTube Live

Price: $FREE

Reference Link: https://truecolorstheatre.org/the-right-to-the-stage-theatre-for-our-youth/

Description:

True Colors Theatre Company is proud to present “The Right to the Stage: Access for our Youth,” in partnership with the Atlanta Music Project. A timely conversation concerning how African American youth continue to face greater obstacles to accessing the arts.

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Edges of Time

By: Jacqueline E. Lawton

Directed by: Jules Odendahl-James

PlayMakers Repertory Company

Event Date(s): Fri Mar 26 - Sun Apr 04

Type of Event: World Premiere Drama

Venue: Streaming at playmakersrep.org

Price: $30

Reference Link: https://playmakersrep.org/show/edges-of-time-2/

Description:

This world premiere one-woman drama takes us into the life of investigative journalist, editor, and activist, the marvelous Marvel Cooke, the first Black woman writer to have her own byline in a major U.S. newspaper. Starring Kathryn Hunter-Williams.

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The Best of Bacharach

By: Mark Danni

Directed by: Mark Danni

TheatreZone

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 15 - Sun Apr 25

Type of Event: Themed Concert

Venue: G&L Theater

Price: $50 - 65

Reference Link: https://theatre.zone

Description:

This show takes audiences back to the legendary composers’ most prolific period of the 1960s and ’70s when music was a nostalgic, common thread that kept everyone sane.

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California

The Matchmaker

By: Thornton Wilder

Directed by: Dawn Monique Williams

American Conservatory Theater

San Francisco

Event Date(s): Fri Mar 26 - Fri Apr 23

Type of Event: Play Reading

Venue: Virtual

Price: $15

Reference Link: https://www.act-sf.org/home/box_office/202122_season/act_out_loud.highResolutionDisplay.html#trouble

Description:

Matchmaker Dolly Levi has promised to help wealthy widower Horace Vandergelder find his next wife and whisks him away to Manhattan to meet his dream woman. But Dolly has an agenda of her own, and Horace soon finds himself embroiled in a comedy of errors.

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Place/Settings: Berkeley

By: Various

Directed by: Various

Berkeley Repertory Theatre

Berkeley

Event Date(s): Tue Mar 16 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: Podcast

Venue: Various

Price: $10.00

Reference Link: https://www.berkeleyrep.org/season/2021/15861.asp

Description:

Ten writers, inspired by events in their own personal histories, take us on an aural adventure to specific locations around Berkeley.

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Chance Cyber Chat of “The Story of My Life”

By: Casey Long

Directed by: James McHale

Chance Theater

Irvine

Event Date(s): Sun Apr 04 - Sun Apr 04

Type of Event: Online Live Stream

Venue: Online

Price: $Free

Reference Link: https://chancetheater.com/chance-cyber-chats/

Description:

The Story of My Life is a profoundly funny and deeply moving musical about lifelong best friends, Thomas and Alvin. Watch The Story of My Life now on BroadwayHD, and then sign up for our chat to join us virtually for a conversation about it!

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The Story of My Life

By: Brian Hill

Directed by: Matthew McCray

Chance Theater

Orange County

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 30 - Sun Jun 06

Type of Event: Online Live Stream

Venue: Online

Price: $49

Reference Link: https://https://chancetheater.com/production/story/

Description:

The Story of My Life is a profoundly funny and deeply moving musical about lifelong best friends, Thomas and Alvin. As time tests the bonds of friendship, Thomas calls on the only resource he has—his stories of Alvin—to better understand the best friend that got away.

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The Story of My Life

By: Neil Bertram & Brian Hill

Directed by: Matthew McCray

Chance Theater

Anaheim

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 01 - Mon May 31

Type of Event: Musical

Venue: Virtual

Price: $25-50

Reference Link: https://chancetheater.com/production/story/

Description:

To kick off Season 23 in April, Chance Theater will present the Orange County premiere of The Story of My Life, the Drama Desk Award-nominated musical that is a soaring tribute to the power of friendship and the people who change our lives forever.

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The Story of My Life

By: Neil Bertram & Brian Hill

Directed by: Matthew McCray

Chance Theater

Anaheim

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 30 - Sun Jun 06

Type of Event: Musical

Venue: Chance Theater - Virtual Performance

Price: $25-49

Reference Link: https://chancetheater.com/production/story/

Description:

To kick off Season 23, the Chance presents the OC premiere of the Drama Desk Award-nominated musical that is a soaring tribute to the power of friendship and the people who change our lives forever.

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Chance Cyber Chat about ‘On the Exhale’

By: Martin Zimmerman

Directed by: David Horn

Chance Theater

Anaheim

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 09 - Fri Apr 09

Type of Event: Online Live Stream

Venue: Online

Price: $Free

Reference Link: https://chancetheater.com/chance-cyber-chats/

Description:

Right now is the perfect chance to take a virtual theatre trip together by watching On the Exhale online, then coming together on a Zoom call to share our experiences (or just call in if you’re feeling shy).

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The Thanksgiving Play

By: Larissa FastHorse

Directed by: Rosalind Ayres

L.A. Theatre Works

Venice

Event Date(s): Wed Dec 30 - Fri Dec 31

Type of Event: Audio Theater Recording

Venue: Digital

Price: $20 or $150 for 9-Play digital subscription

Reference Link: https://latw.org/digital-season

Description:

An L.A. Theatre Works state-of-the-art audio recording, includes access to a Zoom interview with the playwright.

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Life on Paper

By: Kenneth Lin

Directed by: Rosalind Ayres

L.A. Theatre Works

Venice

Event Date(s): Wed Dec 30 - Fri Dec 31

Type of Event: Audio Theater Recording

Venue: Digital

Price: $20 or $150 for 9-Play digital subscription

Reference Link: https://latw.org/digital-season

Description:

An LA Theatre Works state-of-the-art audio recording of Kenneth Lin’s inspired-by-a-true-story play. When a billionaire dies in a plane crash, a forensic economist butts heads with a small town actuary over the exact value. Includes access to a Zoom interview with the playwright.

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Extinction

By: Hannie Rayson

Directed by: Martin Jarvis

L.A. Theatre Works

Los Angeles

Event Date(s): Wed Dec 30 - Fri Dec 31

Type of Event: Audio Theater Recording

Venue: Digital

Price: $$20 or $150 for 9-Play digital subscription

Reference Link: https://latw.org/digital-season

Description:

An L.A. Theatre Works state-of-the-art audio recording of a new play by Australian playwright and newspaper columnist Hannie Rayson about the urgent need to combat man-made climate change to protect biodiversity. Includes access to a Zoom interview with the playwright.

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Bump

By: Chiara Atik

Directed by: Rosalind Ayres

L.A. Theatre Works

Los Angeles

Event Date(s): Wed Dec 30 - Fri Dec 31

Type of Event: Audio Theater Recording

Venue: Digital

Price: $20 or $150 for 9-Play digital subscription

Reference Link: https://latw.org/digital-season

Description:

An LA Theatre Works state-of-the-art audio theater recording of Atik’s comedy. based on the true story of Jorge Odón and the birthing device he invented in his garage. Includes access to a Zoom interview with the playwright.

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Sitting and Talking

By: Lia Romeo

Directed by: James Glossman

Laguna Playhouse

Laguna Beach

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 16 - Sun May 02

Type of Event: Streamed play

Venue: online

Price: $20.00 per household

Reference Link: https://lagunaplayhouse.com

Description:

Dan Lauria and Wendie Malick will reunite in the Southern California premiere of Sitting and Talking. Lia Romeo’s charming, deeply heartfelt play follows a man and woman in their 60s as they navigate the vulnerable, awkward, and sometimes hilarious path to companionship.

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The New Adventures of Super Indian

By: Arigon Starr (Kickapoo)

Directed by: Arigon Starr, Olivia Espinosa

Native Voices at the Autry

Los Angeles

Event Date(s): Wed Apr 14 - Wed Apr 28

Type of Event: Radio play

Price: $Free

Reference Link: www.theautry.org/NativeVoices

Description:

The New Adventures of Super Indian, created and written by Arigon Starr (Kickapoo) based on her popular graphic novels, unfolds over three audio episodes that tell the comic exploits of Super Indian and the residents of the fictional Leaning Oak Tribe Reservation.

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In Good Company

By: Jewelle Gomez, Eric Reyes Loo, Laurel Ollstein, Tim Pinckney, and Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder

Directed by: Ed Decker

New Conservatory Theatre Center

San Francisco

Event Date(s): Wed Dec 16 - Tue Jun 01

Type of Event: Podcast

Price: $0

Reference Link: https://www.nctcsf.org/In-Good-Company-Podcast

Description:

The drama onstage is nothing compared to what’s happening behind the scenes in this original episodic podcast series. A new kind of podcast for a different kind of world, “In Good Company” is a love letter to the resilience of art, artists, and the places they call “home”.

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Every Time I Feel the Spirit

By: Noelle Viñas

Directed by: Elizabeth Carter

Shotgun Players

Berkeley

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 02 - Sun Apr 11

Type of Event: Theatre Performance

Venue: Online

Price: $8-40

Reference Link: http://shotgunplayers.org/online/article/spirit

Description:

A young queer pastor attempts to navigate her new congregation’s shift to online worship due to COVID-19. As seasons change outside and the flat timeline of quarantine continues, the church fights to maintain fellowship. A fully immersive world premiere Zoom commission!

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Red Riding Hood

By: Allison Gregory

Directed by: Shannon Flynn

South Coast Repertory

Costa Mesa

Event Date(s): Tue Apr 27 - Sun Jun 13

Type of Event: Theatre for Young Audiences family show

Venue: online

Price: $30, per streaming device

Reference Link: https://www.scr.org/calendar/view?id=12267

Description:

A surprising and fun spin on the classic fairy tale.

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This Bitter Earth

By: Harrison David Rivers

Directed by: Gregg T. Daniel

The Road Theatre Company

North Hollywood

Event Date(s): Fri Mar 26 - Sun Apr 25

Type of Event: Virtual Production

Venue: Virtual

Price: $25

Reference Link: http://roadtheatre.org/event/this-bitter-earth/

Description:

Jesse, an introspective black playwright, finds his political apathy called into question by his boyfriend, Neil, a white Black Lives Matter activist.

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Colorado

To the Moon

By: Beth Kander

Directed by: Betty Hart

Creede Repertory Theatre

Creede

Event Date(s): Fri Mar 05 - Sun Apr 11

Type of Event: Virtual

Venue: Vimeo

Price: $Free

Reference Link: https://www.creederep.org

Description:

This stunning docu-drama based is on over 200 surveys and 20 in-person interviews with survivors of domestic violence. To the Moon lifts up the riveting stories of these survivors, complete with humor, revelation, and tragedy. Two live performances on March 5 and March 6 before streaming March 15 to April 11.

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Living Room Local with Sheila Callaghan

Local Theater Company

Boulder

Event Date(s): Sun Apr 18 - Sun Apr 18

Type of Event: Virtual Presentation

Venue: Virtual

Price: $20

Reference Link: https://callaghanlrl.eventbrite.com/?aff=website

Description:

Step inside the TV writers’ room with Sheila Callaghan, playwright, screenwriter and co-founder of the The Kilroys. Callaghan will “break” an episode of television, showing just what it takes to create compelling stories for the small screen. We hope you’ll join us!

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District-Of-Columbia

Inherit The Windbag Episode #1

By: Alexandra Petri

Directed by: Lee Mikeska Gardner

Mosaic Theater Company of DC

Washington

Event Date(s): Thu Feb 25 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: Virtual New Play Development

Venue: Virtual

Price: $0 - 25

Reference Link: https://mosaictheater.secure.force.com/ticket/#/instances/a0F4N00000QLcogUAD

Description:

From the depths of Hell (AKA the Richard Nixon Library), the spirits of bitter rivals Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley Jr. are summoned to do… something. Debate? Fight? Save the soul of the country? They’re not sure—tune in to find out!

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Inherit The Windbag Episode #2

By: Alexandra Petri

Directed by: Lee Mikeska Gardner

Mosaic Theater Company of DC

Washington

Event Date(s): Tue Mar 09 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: Virtual New Play Development

Venue: Virtual

Price: $0 - 25

Reference Link: https://mosaictheater.secure.force.com/ticket/#/instances/a0F4N00000QLoMbUAL

Description:

EPISODE #2 Ayn Rand disparages Latin. Norman Mailer drops by; so does Gore’s mom. It’s one big happy reunion made in Hell. Join Mosaic for an 8-part web series of Alexandra Petri’s Inherit the Windbag. A new episode of 10-20 minutes in length will be released every two weeks!

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All the Devils Are Here: How Shakespeare Invented the Villain

By: Patrick Page

Directed by: Alan Paul

Shakespeare Theatre Company

Washington

Event Date(s): Wed Apr 14 - Wed Jul 28

Type of Event: Performance

Venue: online

Price: $25

Reference Link: https://tickets.shakespearetheatre.org/27199/allthedevilsarehere

Description:

Macbeth. Iago. Claudius. Tony Award nominee Patrick Page invites you to experience the evolution of evil in Shakespeare’s villains, from rogues and cutthroats to tyrants and sociopaths.

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Florida

Marcus Pfister’s Rainbow Fish

By: Austin Zumbro

Directed by: Vincent Pelligrino

Emerald Coast Theatre Company

Miramar Beach

Event Date(s): Fri Mar 26 - Sat Apr 03

Type of Event: Theatre for the Very Young Performance

Venue: Emerald Coast Theatre Company

Price: $18

Reference Link: https://www.emeraldcoasttheatre.org/on-stage

Description:

Sharing makes you shiny in this beautiful children’s classic by Marcus Pfister. Children will experience The Rainbow Fish through movement, song, color, and hands-on sensory opportunities as they become part of the story with the actors.
Recommended ages: 6 months to 5 years old.

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Vintage POP!

By: Created by Carole J. Bufford

Directed by: Artistic Overview Provided by Catherine Randazzo

Florida Studio Theatre

Sarasota

Event Date(s): Wed Mar 24 - Sun Apr 25

Type of Event: Musical Revue

Venue: FST's Keating Theatre

Price: $36.00

Reference Link: https://www.floridastudiotheatre.org/vintage-pop

Description:

With music made famous by Ella Fitzgerald, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Creedence Clearwater Revival, this revue starring Cabaret favorite Carole J. Bufford explores the evolution of popular music from the ’20s to the ’80s. Featuring hits like “St. Louis Blues,” “Sway,” and more.

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Vintage Pop!

By: Created by Carole J. Bufford

Directed by: Artistic overview provided by Catherine Randazzo

Florida Studio Theatre

Sarasota

Event Date(s): Wed Mar 24 - Sun Apr 18

Type of Event: Musical Revue

Venue: FST's Keating Theatre

Price: $25+

Reference Link: https://www.floridastudiotheatre.org/vintage-pop?ignoremobile=y

Description:

With music made famous by Ella Fitzgerald, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Creedence Clearwater Revival, this revue starring FST Favorite Carole J. Bufford explores the evolution of popular music from the ’20s to the ’80s. Featuring hits like “St. Louis Blues” and “Every Breath You Take.”

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Three Pianos

By: Created by Rebecca Hopkins and Sarah Durham with musical arrangements by Jim Prosser

Florida Studio Theatre

Sarasota

Event Date(s): Wed Mar 31 - Sun Apr 25

Type of Event: In-person Musical Revue

Venue: FST's Gompertz Theatre

Price: $25+

Reference Link: https://www.floridastudiotheatre.org/three-pianos?ignoremobile=y

Description:

From Billy Joel to Carole King, Three Pianos celebrates the musical pioneers who refused to fit the mold of “rock star” and forged their own paths in the industry. This high-energy music revue will have you singing along to such hits as “Beautiful” and “Just the Way You Are.”

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Henry V

By: William Shakespeare, adapted by David M. Jenkins and Giles Davies

Directed by: David M. Jenkins and Giles Davies

Jobsite Theater

Tampa

Event Date(s): Wed Apr 14 - Sun Apr 25

Type of Event: Play

Venue: Jaeb Theater, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Price: $$39.50 - $109.50

Reference Link: https://jobsitetheater.org/henry-v

Description:

England’s in tumult, and who ascends the throne but everyman playboy prince Hal—an untested royal who spent his youth slumming around London. Now crowned King Henry V, he must win the respect of a nation and lead his country to greatness in an epic battle with archnemesis France.

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Jobsite Digital Shorts

By: Various

Directed by: Various

Jobsite Theater

Tampa

Event Date(s): Wed Dec 16 - Fri Dec 31

Type of Event: Online series

Venue: digitalshorts.jobsitetheater.org

Price: $1.99-$9.99

Reference Link: https://digitalshorts.jobsitetheater.org

Description:

An online series from the Jobsite Ensemble, this mixture of music videos, movement pieces, sketch, short films, readings, and more was commissioned by the company to help keep artists employed during the pandemic and possibly beyond. All proceeds go directly to the artists.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

By: William Shakespeare

Directed by: Jim Helsinger

Orlando Shakes in partnership with UCF

Orlando

Event Date(s): Wed Mar 31 - Sat Apr 17

Type of Event: In-Person, Outdoor Performance

Venue: Walt Disney Amphitheater at Lake Eola Park

Price: Starting at $22

Reference Link: https://www.orlandoshakes.org/show/a-midsummer-nights-dream/

Description:

When magical, mischief-maker Puck gets ahold of a love potion, he sets in motion all the comical antics that arise from four young lovers’ adventure through the woods. Shakespeare’s classic comedy charms everyone who enters its magical realm.

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Safe House

By: Brendan Ragan

Directed by: Brendan Ragan

Urbanite Theatre

Sarasota

Event Date(s): Fri Feb 26 - Sun Apr 04

Type of Event: Immersive Drama

Venue: Urbanite Theatre

Price: $25

Reference Link: https://www.urbanitetheatre.com/safehouse

Description:

After leaving his cybersecurity job at a powerful corporation, Fletcher and his wife Ava have gone into hiding, along with their damning company secrets. When Ava mysteriously disappears, Fletcher turns to a stranger to help find her: you.

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Georgia

Working: A Musical

By: From the book by Studs Terkel; Adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso; With additional contributions by Gordon Greenberg; Songs by Craig Carnelia, Micki Grant, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mary Rodgers and Susan Birkenhead, Stephen Schwartz, and James Taylor

Directed by: Tamilla Woodard

Alliance Theatre

Atlanta

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 22 - Sun Jun 06

Type of Event: Musical

Venue: Under the Tent at Alliance Theatre

Price: $

Reference Link: https://alliancetheatre.org/production/2020-21/working-a-musical

Description:

“Everyone should have something to point to.” Working: A Musical explores what makes our work meaningful across all walks of life. Whether it be in an office, a restaurant, your home, or you’ve retired, this musical reminds us to celebrate not only what we do, but how we do it

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Beautiful Blackbird Live!

By: Inspired by the Newbery Medal-winning book by Ashley Bryan

Alliance Theatre

Atlanta

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 08 - Sun Apr 18

Type of Event: Musical; For Families

Venue: Under the Tent at Alliance Theatre

Price: $

Reference Link: https://alliancetheatre.org/production/2020-21/beautiful-blackbird-live

Description:

Atlanta’s favorite feathered funk band is back! Featuring original music by Eugene H. Russell IV and inspired by Ashley Bryan’s children’s book Beautiful Blackbird, this family friendly concert will have you on your feet celebrating the uniqueness of each and every one of us.

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Sounds of the West End

By: Will Power and R. Gregory Christie

Alliance Theatre

Atlanta

Event Date(s): Tue Mar 16 - Fri Apr 30

Type of Event: Virtual; Recommended for children 0-5 and their grown-ups

Venue: Alliance Theatre Anywhere

Price: $

Reference Link: https://alliancetheatre.org/production/alliance-theatre-anywhere/the-sounds-of-the-west-end

Description:

Inspired by the children’s book, this aural adventure will immerse you in the sounds of Atlanta’s historic West End neighborhood. From the talk on the sidewalks to the whoosh of the MARTA trains, join us for a rhythmic and tasty trip through the epicenter of vegan cooking in ATL.

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Scandal: SeaLab!

By: Dad's Garage Improvisers

Dad's Garage Theatre

Atlanta

Event Date(s): Fri Feb 19 - Fri Apr 16

Type of Event: Live-stream Improv Show

Venue: Live-streamed on Vimeo

Price: $12

Reference Link: https://dadsgarage.secure.force.com/ticket/PatronTicket__PublicTicketApp#/events/a0S1K00000J6dtXUAR

Description:

The epic Dad’s Garage improvised soap opera returns, but this time it’s 20,000 leagues under the sea. In the only improv show where the characters and story continue week to week… there is a little underwater research facility, and it’s filled with SCANDAL!

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Laugh Track

Dad's Garage/Alliance Theatre

Atlanta

Event Date(s): Tue Dec 22 - Mon May 31

Type of Event: Comedy series

Venue: Alliance Theatre Anywhere (Streaming)

Price: $9.99 for series (6 episodes)

Reference Link: https://alliancetheatre.org/laughtrack

Description:

The talented comedians of Dad’s Garage examine what life’s key moments and holidays look like in this strange new world. With a mix of ridiculous characters and hilarious situations, get some much-needed laughter in this brand-new original sketch comedy show.

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Illinois

Power in Pride at Home

By: multiple

Directed by: Lexi Saunders

About Face Theatre

Chicago

Event Date(s): Wed Dec 16 - Tue Aug 31

Type of Event: Streaming video series

Price: $free

Reference Link: https://www.aboutfacetheatre.com

Description:

Power in Pride is About Face Theatre’s touring show, sharing humorous and brave stories about gender & sexuality to spark conversations with students, educators, and community members of all ages.

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First Folio Storytellers Series

First Folio Theatre

Oak Brook

Event Date(s): Thu Feb 11 - Thu Jul 15

Type of Event: Web Series

Venue: Online / YouTube

Price: $FREE

Reference Link: https://firstfolio.org/?production=the-first-folio-storytellers-series

Description:

Join the First Folio Artistic Associates as they read short stories and poems chosen to help provide joy and illumination each month for holidays from Valentine’s Day to Mother’s Day and beyond.
This series is made possible through the generosity of David and Susan Weidenfeld.

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First Folio Bedtime Tales

First Folio Theatre

Oak Brook

Event Date(s): Thu Feb 11 - Thu Jul 15

Type of Event: Web Series

Venue: Online / YouTube

Price: $FREE

Reference Link: https://firstfolio.org/?production=first-folio-bedtime-tales

Description:

First Folio artistic associates Diana Coates and Michael Goldberg will help you read your children to sleep. Each month, two new bedtime tales will be shared with your little ones in mind. Ages 2+.
This series is made possible through the generosity of David and Suzanne Arch.

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Maine

Je Ne Suis Pas Evangeline | I am not Evangeline

By: Carolyn Cook

Penobscot Theatre Company

Bangor

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 22 - Sun May 09

Type of Event: Online/Film

Venue: Online

Price: $40

Reference Link: https://https://www.penobscottheatre.org/show/evangeline/

Description:

PTC has commissioned Atlanta-based theatre company, Théâtre du Rêve, to create a film that brings the stories of Acadian and other Francophone women to life through the lens of Maine poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s epic poem Evangeline, a Tale of Acadie.

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Bee Parks and the Hornets

By: Brittany Parker

Penobscot Theatre Company

Bangor

Event Date(s): Sun Apr 11 - Sun May 02

Type of Event: Music/Children's Theatre/Musical

Venue: Online

Price: $30

Reference Link: https://https://www.penobscottheatre.org/show/bee-parks-and-the-hornets/

Description:

With all-original songs that promote kindness, equality, self-confidence, social justice, environmental awareness, and dancing your heart out, Bee Parks and the Hornets take audience members of all ages on a musical adventure that will open up spirits and imaginations.

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The Dog Operas

Penobscot Theatre Company

Bangor

Event Date(s): Tue Mar 02 - Mon May 31

Type of Event: Performance, Opera, Theatre

Venue: Virtual Performance

Price: $40

Reference Link: https://https://www.penobscottheatre.org/show/the-dog-operas/

Description:

Appropriate for ALL members of your household. Made for and by dogs, The Barker of Seville and two other short “pupperas” are the perfect offering for all theatre lovers and their loyal companions. Come for the cuteness and stay for the reimagined tails of love & heartbreak.

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Who Killed Zolan Mize?

By: Rachael and Brendan Powers

Penobscot Theatre Company

Bangor

Event Date(s): Thu Mar 11 - Sat Apr 03

Type of Event: Online Interactive Theatre

Venue: Virtual

Price: $20

Reference Link: https://www.penobscottheatre.org/show/zolan-mize/

Description:

Engage in the fun and watch two detectives question 6 quirky suspects. Share observations with fellow detectives along the way and join in a series of in-home scavenger hunts. Share your thoughts on the case with the detectives and vote! Suspect with most votes gets handcuffed!

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Maryland

Spy Academy & the Lost Treasure of Atlantis

By: Douglas Robinson from a story by Strother Gaines

Directed by: Jeffrey Eagle

Imagination Stage

Bethesda

Event Date(s): Sat Feb 13 - Sun May 23

Type of Event: Online play for children

Venue: online

Price: $25

Reference Link: https://patrons.imaginationstage.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=9288

Description:

An immersive online experience full of surprises and memorable characters, each performance of Spy Academy takes a small number of families through a series of puzzles, codes, and challenges on a quest to recover the stolen Heart of the Dragon. A live virtual event for ages 5+.

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Massachusetts

TJ Loves Sally 4 Ever

By: James Ijames

Directed by: Pascale Florestal

SpeakEasy Stage

Boston

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 16 - Thu Apr 22

Type of Event: Play

Venue: Online Streaming

Price: $30

Reference Link: http://www.speakeasystage.com/speakeasy-spring-season-2021/

Description:

When Sally, a young Black college student, is faced with unwanted advances from TJ, her college’s white dean of students, she sets out, amidst a swirl of marching bands, beauty pageants, and bubbly tour guides, to dismantle the legacies that bind us.

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A Streetcar Named Desire

By: Tennessee Williams

Directed by: Robert O'Hara

Williamstown Theatre Festival

Williamstown

Event Date(s): Thu Jan 14 - Fri Dec 03

Type of Event: Audio Play

Venue: audible.com/Streetcar

Price: $Varies

Reference Link: https://audible.com/Streetcar

Description:

Haunted by her past, Blanche (Audra McDonald) seeks refuge with Stella and Stanley (Carla Gugino and Ariel Shafir) in New Orleans, where she wrestles with the nature of her sister’s husband, her sister’s denial, and her own unraveling mind.

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Photograph 51

By: Anna Ziegler

Directed by: Susan Stroman

Williamstown Theatre Festival

Williamstown

Event Date(s): Thu Jan 14 - Fri Dec 10

Type of Event: Audio Play

Venue: audible.com/Photograph51

Price: $Varies

Reference Link: https://audible.com/Photograph51

Description:

In 1951, chemist Rosalind Franklin works relentlessly in her King’s College London lab, closing in on a major discovery that could unlock the mysteries of the DNA molecule. Undermined by her colleague Maurice Wilkins, she struggles to compete with rival team Watson and Crick as pressure intensifies to produce results.

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Animals

By: Stacy Osei-Kuffour

Directed by: Whitney White

Williamstown Theatre Festival

Williamstown

Event Date(s): Thu Jan 14 - Fri Dec 17

Type of Event: Audio Play

Venue: audible.com/Animals

Price: $Varies

Reference Link: https://audible.com/Animals

Description:

Lydia and Henry’s dinner guests are about to arrive when Henry’s spontaneous marriage proposal threatens to burn the evening to a crisp. Wine bottles and years of unspoken tensions are uncorked, and, before the evening is through, Lydia must confront her long-held fears and feelings if she’s going to commit to a future with Henry.

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Chonburi International Hotel & Butterfly Club

By: Shakina Nayfack

Directed by: Laura Savia

Williamstown Theatre Festival

Williamstown

Event Date(s): Thu Jan 14 - Wed Dec 29

Type of Event: Audio Play

Venue: audible.com/Chonburi

Price: $Varies

Reference Link: https://audible.com/Chonburi

Description:

In Shakina Nayfack’s world premiere play, a vibrant, international group of transgender women band together at a hotel in Thailand to confront the challenges and joys of gender confirmation surgery.

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Minnesota

I Love to Eat

By: James Still

Directed by: Hal Cropp

Commonweal Theatre

Lanesboro

Event Date(s): Sat Apr 17 - Sat Jun 26

Type of Event: Live Performance

Venue: Commonweal Theatre

Price: $15-35

Reference Link: https://commonwealtheatre.org/our-season/i-love-to-eat/

Description:

Before Rachael Ray, Gordon Ramsay, and even Julia Child, there was James Beard, America’s first TV chef. Join us for the cooking lesson of a lifetime, celebrating food, friends, and faith in oneself.

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Stone Soup

By: Based on the popular folktale

Directed by: Melanie Salmon-Peterson

Stages Theatre Company

Hopkins

Event Date(s): Fri Feb 12 - Thu Apr 15

Type of Event: Musical, Theatre for Young Audiences

Venue: Virtual

Price: $50

Reference Link: https://www.stagestheatre.org/stone-soup/

Description:

A charming story of how sometimes it takes a stranger to show us what friendship is all about. When a family of weary outsiders arrive in the town square, fear and suspicion reign, but as they start to make soup out of a stone, each of the locals discovers something.

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Legendary: A Detect the Story Adventure

By: Jim Hibbeler

Directed by: Sandy Boren-Barrett

Stages Theatre Company

Hopkins

Event Date(s): Fri Mar 19 - Thu Apr 29

Type of Event: Self-paced Scavenger Hunt/Puzzle Adventure

Venue: Virtual

Price: $50

Reference Link: https://www.stagestheatre.org/legendary/

Description:

A mythical journey through Downtown Hopkins. Perfect for ages 8+.
Inspired by the myth of Pandora’s box.

A mystery. A scavenger hunt. A puzzle room. A walking tour. A theatre performance—all wrapped into one adventurous journey for your family.

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Twelve Dancing Princesses

By: Based on the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm

Directed by: Sandy Boren Barrett & Ann Marie Omeish

Stages Theatre Company and Escalate Dance

Hopkins

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 02 - Thu May 13

Type of Event: Theatre for Young Audiences, Musical, Dance

Venue: Virtual

Price: $50

Reference Link: https://www.stagestheatre.org/twelve-dancing-princesses/

Description:

Each night, 12 princesses sing a song allowing them secret passage into an enchanted forest filled with beauty. They dance the night away as the spirit of their mother watches over them. Each morning, their father, the king, is perplexed by twelve pairs of worn shoes.

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New-York

Broadway Stories & Songs with Ted Sperling & Friends Featuring Elizabeth Stanley in Concert

Directed by: Ted Sperling

Dreamstage

Event Date(s): Wed Apr 21 - Thu Apr 22

Type of Event: Concert

Venue: Virtual

Price: $25

Reference Link: https://dreamstage.live/event/broadway-series

Description:

Each concert from the series will feature stories unique to the artists, along with will fan favorite songs the artists have performed in shows, and new tunes they have never performed before live. Catch Elizabeth Stanley @ 8:00PM ET (2nd stream May 22 @ 2:00pm ET)

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Broadway Stories & Songs with Ted Sperling & Friends Featuring Jason Danieley in Concert

Directed by: Ted Sperling

Dreamstage

Event Date(s): Wed Apr 28 - Thu Apr 29

Type of Event: Concert

Venue: Virtual

Price: $25

Reference Link: https://dreamstage.live/event/broadway-series

Description:

Each concert will feature stories unique to the artists, along with will fan favorite songs the artists have performed in shows, and new tunes they have never performed before live. Catch Jason Danieley @ 8:00PM ET (2nd stream May 29 @ 2:00pm ET)

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No One Is Forgotten

By: Winter Miller, Sxip Shirey

Directed by: Paola Prestini, Sxip Shirey

HERE Arts Center

New York City

Event Date(s): Thu Mar 11 - Sat Apr 24

Type of Event: Live Performance - Radio Opera

Venue: online

Price: $5-50

Reference Link: https://here.org/shows/no-one-is-forgotten/

Description:

Lali and Beng are being held captive. No one knows where they have been taken or if they are alive. All they have is each other. Adapted from Winter Miller’s play and inspired by the plight of captured and detained journalists and aid workers, No One is Forgotten promotes the message of strength and hope by leaning on our humanity.

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Taylor Talks

By: Taylor Mac

Directed by: Taylor Mac

HERE Arts Center

New York City

Event Date(s): Thu Mar 11 - Mon May 31

Type of Event: Live Talks (ongoing series)

Venue: online

Price: $free

Reference Link: https://here.org/shows/taylor-talks/

Description:

Join Taylor Mac for a glimpse into the creative process and gain insight into exciting new multidisciplinary work coming out of the HERE Artist Residency Program (HARP). Taylor’s guests span the disciplines of theatre, music, dance, opera, media arts, and more.

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The Visitation

By: Stephanie Fleischmann, Christina Campanella, and Mallory Catlett

HERE Arts Center

New York City

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 23 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: Immersive Experience - Sound walk

Venue: Jackie Robinson Park

Price: $0-50

Reference Link: https://here.org/shows/the-visitation/

Description:

Inspired by the appearance of a one-antlered deer in Harlem in 2016, this site-specific sound walk is a meditation on the presence of the mythic in the everyday and the uneasy relationship between the built environment and the natural world.

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Communion

By: Janessa Clark

Directed by: Janessa Clark

HERE Arts Center

New York City

Event Date(s): Thu Mar 11 - Mon May 31

Type of Event: live performance - dance

Venue: online

Price: $0

Reference Link: https://here.org/shows/communion/

Description:

Communion is an experimental video art response to the isolation and uncertainty we are all facing as artists and humans in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. Each unique duet is created from videos by two different dancers who are separated by cities, countries, and continents.

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The Jackson C. Frank Listening Party w/ Special Guests

By: Michael Aguirre

Directed by: Sarah Norris

New Light Theater Project

New York

Event Date(s): Mon Mar 29 - Sun Apr 11

Type of Event: Digital Stream of Part Theatrical, Part Listening Party Play

Venue: Online via 59E59 Theaters

Price: $0-$50

Reference Link: https://www.newlighttheaterproject.com/jacksoncfranklisteningparty

Description:

The Jackson C. Frank Listening Party w/ Special Guests is part theatrical event, part listening party. The show draws parallels from the obscure and tragic folk musician of the 1960s and the poignant dramedy about a family member’s quest to find himself.

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Until the Flood

By: Dael Orlandersmith

Directed by: Neel Keller

Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

New York

Event Date(s): Sun Nov 15 - Sun Oct 15

Type of Event: Virtual Screening of Recorded Live Performance

Venue: All Arts TV

Price: $Free

Reference Link: https://allarts.org/programs/all-arts-performance-selects/until-the-flood-wtcesv/

Description:

Writer-performer Dael Orlandersmith’s one-woman show explores Ferguson following the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown. Based on extensive interviews, this theatrical event gives voice to a community grappling with injustice and yearning for change.

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MTA Radio Plays Episode 4-6

By: Ren Dara Santiago, David Zheng, Guadalís Del Carmen, TJ Weaver

Directed by: Dominic Colón

Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

New York

Event Date(s): Mon Jan 25 - Mon May 24

Type of Event: Episodic Radio Plays

Venue: Rattlestick website

Price: $15 for the entire series

Reference Link: https://www.rattlestick.org/20202021-season/2020/10/21/mta-radio-plays

Description:

MTA Radio Plays is a series of audio dramas created to honor and celebrate the people who keep New York City running. Each episode is written by a different playwright and focuses on a station on the MTA 2 Line. Conceived and curated by Ren Dara Santiago.

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North-Carolina

Sweat

By: Lynn Nottage

Directed by: Quin Gordon

UNCSA

Winston-Salem

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 02 - Sun Apr 04

Type of Event: Filmed theater online

Venue: Online

Price: $Free

Reference Link: https://www.uncsa.edu/performances

Description:

The School of Drama at UNCSA presents Contemporary Voices: A Virtual Theater Festival with livestreams of prerecorded plays by some of today’s most compelling voices in theater: Tim J. Lord’s Down in the face of God, and Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Sweat.

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Ohio

Test Flight

Cleveland Public Theatre

Cleveland

Event Date(s): Thu Mar 25 - Fri Apr 16

Type of Event: Theatre

Venue: Online

Price: Suggested Donation: $1 to $99

Reference Link: https://www.cptonline.org/performances/seasons/2020-2021/category/series/test-flight/

Description:

Test Flight is a multi-week series showcasing new work on its way to full production, presented as virtual staged readings this season.

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Side Man

By: Warren Leight

Directed by: D. Lynn Meyers

Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

Cincinnati

Event Date(s): Tue Mar 30 - Sun Apr 11

Type of Event: Play

Venue: Virtual

Price: $10 for 48-hour rental

Reference Link: https://ondemand.ensemblecincinnati.org/productions/side-man/

Description:

Set from 1953 and traveling to 1985, this 1999 Best Play Tony winner chronicles the life of trumpet player’s broken family as it navigates the decline of jazz as popular entertainment.

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I Shall Not Be Moved: The Story of Betty Daniels Rosemond, First Draft Reading

By: Isaiah Reaves

Directed by: Torie Wiggins

Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

Cincinnati

Event Date(s): Mon Apr 19 - Sun May 02

Type of Event: Virtual

Venue: ETC On Demand

Price: $0

Reference Link: https://ondemand.ensemblecincinnati.org/productions/i-shall-not-be-moved/

Description:

This one-woman play thrillingly recounts the story of its author’s grandmother, a nationally recognized Civil Rights pioneer Betty Daniels Rosemond and her beautiful, horrifying, and trailblazing journey through the American South as one of the first Freedom Riders.

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Oregon

Magellanica

By: E.M. Lewis

Directed by: Dámaso Rodríguez

Artists Repertory Theatre

Portland

Event Date(s): Wed Jan 13 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: Audio Drama

Venue: online

Price: $Sliding scale

Reference Link: https://artistsrep.org/performance/magellanica-the-audio-drama/

Description:

In 1986, scientists and engineers from around the world converge at the South Pole Research Station to figure out if there really is a hole in the sky. Part historical adventure, love story, and mystical foray into the unknown, it’s a vital story for today.

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The Berlin Diaries

By: Andrea Stolowitz

Directed by: Dámaso Rodríguez

Artists Repertory Theatre

Portland

Event Date(s): Mon Jan 25 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: Audio Drama

Venue: online

Price: $Sliding scale

Reference Link: https://artistsrep.org/performance/berlin-diaries-audio-drama/

Description:

An autobiographical story of Andrea’s quest to untangle her family’s history using her German-Jewish great-grandfather’s diary from 1939. Following the complicated lure of genealogy, Stolowitz goes back to Berlin to bring the story of her unknown ancestors out of the archives.

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Refuge

By: Devised

Directed by: Samantha Van Der Merwe

Shaking the Tree Theatre

Portland

Event Date(s): Sat Jan 30 - Sat Apr 24

Type of Event: Installation

Venue: Shaking the Tree Theatre

Price: $Free

Reference Link: https://www.shaking-the-tree.com/refuge.html

Description:

Enter into a sacred space, not unlike a church, or the center of the sacred ring of stones/monoliths, and reimagine a more desirable reality or alternate world by reaching as far down into history as we can go, so as to realign with the sacred feminine.

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Pennsylvania

Robi Hager: So Far

By: Robi Hager

Arden Theatre Company

Philadelphia

Event Date(s): Mon Mar 29 - Sun Apr 11

Type of Event: Online cabaret

Venue: Online

Price: $30

Reference Link: https://tickets.ardentheatre.org/online/seatSelect.asp?BOset::WSmap::seatmap::performance_ids=43A87A4E-C95C-411A-885F-68B2C42D4BF2

Description:

A Broadway veteran (who appeared in the original production Spring Awakening) and accomplished composer/lyricist (Basic Witches), Robi Hager offers an original cabaret featuring his own musical compositions.

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F*ck7thGrade

By: Jill Sobule and Liza Birkenmeier

Directed by: Lisa Peterson

City Theatre Company

Pittsburgh

Event Date(s): Mon Jan 25 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: Digital Stream

Venue: Online

Price: $15

Reference Link: https://citytheatrecompany.org/play/fck7thgrade/

Description:

In this world premiere concert film, award-winning singer-songwriter Jill Sobule – whose 1990’s hits include “Supermodel” and the original “I Kissed a Girl” – takes audiences through a Rock’n’Roll celebration of coming of age and coming out.

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The Bergerac Simulation

By: Mora V. Harris

Directed by: Marya Sea Kaminski

Pittsburgh Public Theater

Pittsburgh

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 15 - Sun Apr 18

Type of Event: Virtual Benefit Reading

Venue: Online

Price: $Donations start at 10.00

Reference Link: https://www.ppt.org/playtime

Description:

Join Pittsburgh Public Theater for our virtual benefit reading of The Bergerac Simulation. In Mora V. Harris’ imaginative update to Edmond Rostand’s French farce, Cyrano de Bergerac shows that when we take romance online, it’s easier than ever to get your signals crossed.

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Zoo Motel

By: Thaddeus Phillips

Directed by: Tatiana Mallarino

Theatre Exile

Philadelphia

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 15 - Sun May 02

Type of Event: Show

Venue: Virtual (Zoom)

Price: $40

Reference Link: https://https://theatreexile.org/shows/zoo-motel/

Description:

Theatre Exile invites you to check into Zoo Motel, devised by Thaddeus Phillips in 2020 as a quarantined experiment that offers a window into what’s possible for live performance: a world where audiences around the globe can share a mind-bending adventure from their homes.

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An Imagined America

By: Adam Ercolani

Directed by: Adam Ercolani

Touchstone Theatre

Allentown

Event Date(s): Fri Apr 09 - Sat Apr 10

Type of Event: Live Performance

Venue: The Fine Art Galleries at the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center 21 North 7th Street, Allentown, PA 18101

Price: $Free or by donation

Reference Link: http://www.touchstone.org/events/spring-festival-of-new-works-thesis-projects/

Description:

An Imagined America is a drag show, a history lesson, and a visual art exhibit—all on the same ticket. Audiences and actors alike will be left asking themselves what exactly America is—and what they want America to be.

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Code Black Planet

By: Anthony Martinez-Briggs

Wilma Theater

Philadelphia

Event Date(s): Fri Feb 05 - Tue Jun 01

Type of Event: Online

Venue: Online

Price: $Pay what you decide/donation

Reference Link: https://wilmatheater.org/hothouse-shorts/

Description:

Explore secret transmissions from Black Planet, kaleidoscopic correspondences that cinematically mix spoken word, music, sketch comedy, and more.

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Expired

By: Ross Beschler

Directed by: Ross Beschler

Wilma Theater

Philadelphia

Event Date(s): Fri Feb 19 - Tue Jun 01

Type of Event: Digital Experience

Venue: Online

Price: $Pay what you decide/donation

Reference Link: https://wilmatheater.org/expired/

Description:

Dive into a cyberspace underworld through this interactive website. Demons, both classical and contemporary, lurk among the virtual artifacts, waiting to be purged.

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The Lagniappe Project

By: Melanye Finister

Wilma Theater

Philadelphia

Event Date(s): Fri Feb 26 - Tue Jun 01

Type of Event: Online Documentary

Venue: Online

Price: $Pay what you decide/donation

Reference Link: https://wilmatheater.org/the-lagniappe-project/

Description:

Pull up a seat at this documentary feast, where performer Melanye Finister shares her mother’s recipe for Creole gumbo with residents from Northern Children’s Services, attempting to find community and comfort.

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Fat Ham

By: James Ijames

Directed by: Morgan Green

Wilma Theater

Philadelphia

Event Date(s): Thu Mar 25 - Sat Apr 10

Type of Event: Streaming Performance

Venue: Online

Price: $37

Reference Link: https://wilmatheater.org/event/fat-ham/

Description:

This contemporary adaption of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, set in the American South, explores big issues (like toxic masculinity and cycles of violence) with a light touch. Fat Ham is the latest from award-winning playwright and Wilma Co-Artistic Director James Ijames.

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Texas

Euripides’ “Medea”

By: Translated by Mary-Kay Gamel

Directed by: Rob Melrose

Alley Theatre

Houston

Event Date(s): Fri Mar 19 - Sun Apr 11

Type of Event: Play

Price: $0

Reference Link: https://www.alleytheatre.org/plays/production-detail/medea

Description:

Sexual jealousy, betrayal, revenge, and murder! One of the first plays ever written remains one of the most gripping. Medea has sacrificed everything for her marriage to Jason. Now he has his eye on a younger potential bride.Watch as Medea makes him pay dearly for his infidelity.

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Mlima’s Tale

By: Lynn Nottage

Directed by: Reginald L. Douglas

Bishop Arts Theatre Center

Dallas

Event Date(s): Mon Apr 12 - Sat May 08

Type of Event: Audio Play

Venue: Bishop Arts Theatre Center

Price: $14 - 25

Reference Link: https://bishopartstheatre.org/theatre-series/

Description:

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage, tells the provocative story of Mlima, a majestic elephant trapped in the clandestine international ivory market.

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Shakespeare Decoded

Shakespeare Dallas

Dallas

Event Date(s): Wed Jan 20 - Tue May 11

Type of Event: Podcast

Price: Free

Reference Link: https://www.shakespearedallas.org/shakespeare_decoded_podcast/

Description:

This podcast series is out now, and explores the social issues of Shakespeare’s era that remain burning issues today. Each episode features panelists from across the country sharing their expertise on themes such as class division, racism, gender, and bias. New episodes monthly.

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Shakespeare Decoded

Shakespeare Dallas

Dallas

Event Date(s): Tue Feb 09 - Fri Dec 31

Type of Event: Podcast

Price: $0

Reference Link: https://anchor.fm/shakespeare-decoded

Description:

What forms of colonization of thought and language do we encounter in our theatrical practices today? This episode explores themes of colonialism and the resulting subjugation in The Tempest.

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Quarto vs. Folio

By: John S. Davies

Directed by: John S. Davies

Shakespeare Dallas

Dallas

Event Date(s): Tue Feb 09 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: Short Film

Price: $0

Reference Link: https://www.shakespearedallas.org/quartovsfolio/

Description:

A mixture of lecture and performance! Learn the history of how Shakespeare’s work was complied, printed, and distributed in the years following his death in this 75 minute educational program. Please be advised! This video contains strong language!

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Antigone

By: Sophocles

Directed by: Kelly Hilliard Roush

The Classic Theatre San Antonio

San Antonio

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 08 - Sun Apr 25

Type of Event: Play

Venue: San Antonio Botanical Garden

Price: $24-39

Reference Link: https://tickets.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?e=7d9a24001fbb5776ec40fa55b01e26dc&t=tix&vqitq=67a5df06-0eeb-499e-903e-abc3d309b89e&vqitp=e709cb69-9c95-43ee-b9c3-079138974e1a&vqitts=1612808188&vqitc=vendini&vqite=itl&vqitrt=Safetynet&vqith=b9028fe389e8e593cba1e4b12a4f7787

Description:

An outdoor performance of Sophocles’ classic play: ‘Antigone!

Performances are Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays at 7:30pm April 8-25, 2021 at the San Antonio Botanical Garden

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Washington

The Canterville Ghost

By: Oscar Wilde/Brandon J. Simmons

Directed by: Brandon J. Simmons

Book-It Repertory Theatre

Seattle

Event Date(s): Tue Dec 08 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: All-audio drama

Venue: Online

Price: $15 or pay what you will

Reference Link: https://book-it.org/events/the-canterville-ghost/

Description:

Full of Wilde’s wit and humor, for lovers of the cozy British mystery and a good holiday special, this classic ghost story is full of warmth, laughs, and great good fun.

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Childfinder

By: Octavia E. Butler/Shermona Mitchell

Directed by: Gin Hammon

Book-It Repertory Theatre

Seattle

Event Date(s): Wed Dec 16 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: All-audio drama

Venue: Online

Price: $15

Reference Link: https://book-it.org/events/childfinder/

Description:

From a giant in the science fiction genre, we bring you the short story of a woman charged with finding telepathic children and her mission to unleash a young girl’s potential. “Nuanced voice acting connects you intimately to complex characters in the audioplay’s 33 minutes.”

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Mañanaland

By: Pam Muñoz Ryan/Gillian Jorgensen & Jordi Montes

Directed by: Arlene Martínez-Vázquez

Book-It Repertory Theatre

Seattle

Event Date(s): Mon Feb 15 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: All-audio drama

Venue: Online

Price: $25 or pay what you will

Reference Link: https://book-it.org/events/mananaland/

Description:

An inspiring all-ages adventure about a young boy who discovers a family legacy of mystical guardians in this timeless tale of hope and resistance by a Newbery Honor recipient. It is a beautiful reminder of the struggle in becoming the person you were meant to be.

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The Effluent Engine

By: N.K. Jemisin/Jéhan Òsanyín

Directed by: Jéhan Òsanyín

Book-It Repertory Theatre

Seattle

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 01 - Wed Jun 30

Type of Event: All-audio drama

Venue: Online

Price: $15

Reference Link: https://book-it.org/events/the-effluent-engine/

Description:

This speculative spy thriller by a multiple Hugo Award-winning author introduces us to a post-revolution Haitian spy sent to a reimagined New Orleans to bring home technology to save the burgeoning nation, with a thread of steampunk and a touch of Sapphic romance.

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Seattle Rep’s Plays in Process: Hamlet

By: Shakespeare, Adapted by Erica Schmidt

Directed by: Erica Schmidt

Seattle Rep

Seattle

Event Date(s): Thu Apr 01 - Thu Apr 01

Type of Event: Virtual

Price: $0-$40

Reference Link: https://https://www.seattlerep.org/audience-programs/newplay/plays-in-process/hamlet/

Description:

An innovative adaptation of Shakespeare’s best-known play—widely regarded as the most influential literary work ever written—reimagined for modern audiences. Featuring adaptor/director Erica Schmidt and actors Taylor Schilling, Kelvin Harrison Jr., and Sophie Kelly Hedrick.

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