Below are just a few of this week’s digital offerings. Look for more information Playbill’s streaming calendar, presented in conjunction with Broadway Podcast Network.
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Monday, February 15
6:00 PM ET: #BwayforBLM Forum
This panel discussion Broadway Advocacy Coalition, titled “What Now, Part 1,” will explore commitments to support BIPOC’s leadership in the industry as reopenings approach. Amber Iman and Richard Gray will moderate the panel of guests, including Jeanine TesoriRachel Chavkin, Kate Shindle, Warren Adams from Black Theater Coalition, Brandon Michael Nase from Broadway For Racial Justice, and Destinee Rea from BOLD.
7 pm: Michael Potts, Live at the Lortel
The stage and movie star, last seen on Broadway in The Prom and in Netflix’s Ma Rainey’s black bottom, joins host Eric Ostrow along with co-hosts Joy DeMichelle, John-Andrew Morrison and Daphne Rubin-Vega to discuss craft and career.
Wednesday, 17th of February
7 p.m .: New York Theater Barn Presents Little Miss Perfect / house rules
The New Works series continues with excerpts from the new musicals Little Miss Perfect by Write Out Loud Song Competition winner Joriah Kwame and an adaptation of Jodi Picoult’s house rules by Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical employees Daniel Mertzlufft and Kate Leonard.
8 pm: Hamilton Virtual tour experience
Join Part 2 of Broadway Up Close and Playbill Social Selects’ HamilTourIn addition to exploring the musical’s historic locations, audiences will hear first-hand stories about the making of the Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner. The session is structured in such a way that if you missed part 1, this is not a problem.
Thursday February 18
7 pm: Divine Sass: A Tribute to the Music, Life, and Legacy of Sarah Vaughan
Tony Award winner Lillias White stars in this show with the music and struggles of African-American jazz artist Sarah Vaughan.
8 pm: Broadway WELLness
This new serieshosted by Kate Lumpkin (founder and chief casting director at Kate Lumpkin Casting and founder of the NoMarking Society), guides viewers to learn the secrets of how Broadway performers and creatives deal with universal emotions and challenges. This week’s topic is “Dealing With Stress” with a special guest Jessica Vosk Wicked
Friday February 19
7 pm: BJRF generation
This weekly concert series Broadway for Racial Justice is presented every Friday in February. Revival Set 3 includes performances from Aaron Harrington, Jhardon Dishon Milton and Kayla Davion.
8 p.m .: Playbill Social Selects’ The ShowBiz Quiz
Challenge yourself with The ShowBiz Quiz, where Broadway and trivia converge for the most frantic online fun. Play seven rounds of trivia, with prizes and surprises around every corner.
More streaming options
- Snapshots: A Musical Scrapbook, a original musical which contains more than two dozen of Stephen Schwartz’s songs, including songs from Wicked Pepin Godspell The Baker’s Wife Rags To work Children of Eden, and Enchanted is available to stream February 13-28 from A Contemporary Theater of Connecticut.
- The International Committee of The League of Professional Theater Women will present a week-long virtual presentation of the 2020-2021 Gilder / Coigney International Theater Award program jointly presented with the Martin E. Segal Theater Center via Howlround, February 15-22 at the LPTW’s YouTube channel.
- Two-time Olivier winner Janie Dee plays Rosemary Hodge in a new digital production of Terence Rattigan’s solo show All on her own directed by Alastair Knights. Available through Stream.Theatre February 16–21. Check the schedule for specific streaming times.
- A encore presentation from the Primary Stages production of Charlayne Woodard’s autobiographical play The Night Watchman will be available for streaming on demand from February 17-28.