THEATER-MUSIC-FILM TALK

Set to premiere at LaMaMa in April 2020, The Wild Project invites you to watch TREES on demand December 18 thru 24. Greta Thunberg meets Sondheim in this dystopian futuristic musical addressing climate change. www.thewildproject.org

A Thousand Ways (Part One): A Phone Call by 600 Highwaymen, written/created by Abigail Browde and Michael Silverstone, December 21 thru January 17. Pick up the phone, someone is on the line. You don’t know their name and won’t when the hour is over. Follow the automated prompts as more emerges. A simple premise turns into magic! www.publictheater.org

Kim David Smith brings a Wery Weimar Christmas streaming on December 16 & 18 from Club Cumming. www.stellartickets.com/events/club-cumming-productions.com

The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues-December 19, features Daniel Dae Kim, Kerry Butler, Matthew Broderick, Lyric Ross and more . . . on IGTV@24hourplays.  www.24hourplays.com

Hershey Felder is Tchaikovsky, livestreamed from Florence, Italy on December 20 a benefit for the Actors Fund, and continuing on demand December 21 thru 27 www.actorsfund.org  

Stearns Matthews brings A Little Christmas Something on December 21 at 7 pm free on Facebook and YouTube: https://www.facebook.com/StearnsBook/posts/10101676531509454

https://youtu.be/W88x3d4de8U

Moonlight Theatre Productions presents Israela Margalit’s newest work Crossroads, in an encore streaming presentation December 24 thru 31. It’s FREE. Sign up here.

HAM: A Musical Memoir” based on Sam Harris’ book HAM: Slices of Life”, will arrive January 7th, filed live on stage and coming to BroadwayHD. The original stage production, where Harris plays 12 different characters, was developed/directed by Tony & Emmy Award winner Billy Porter. www.BroadwayHD.com

A Black and White Cookie – new off Broadway Comedy/Drama premieres January 16 and 24 on Theater for the New City’s On the Air Virtual Series. Presented by Ego Actus Theatre Co and Playwright Gary Morgenstein, it incorporates the pandemic experience about an African-American newstand owner encouraged to fight his exorbitant rent increase by an eccentric Jewish radical.  Directed by Joan Kane. www.Theaterforthenewcity.net

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