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Get Tix to Stream These Performances — From Your Couch

July 9, 2020 by Abby Bien
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Right now all of us are at home way more than usual — and that includes incredible actors, creatives, and playwrights. Lucky for us audience members, the talents of these artists are not going to waste while theaters remain closed. Check out our list of streaming performances with stars like Julianne Moore, Edie Falco, Jesse Eisenberg, and more that you can get tix to right now.

Good as New
On July 16, Julianne Moore (Still Alice, The Kids Are All Right) and Kaitlyn Dever (Booksmart, Unbelievable) will star in a live reading performance of Good as New by Peter Hedges. Even better? After the one-act play, there will be a discussion with the duo and creative team.

Get tickets for Good As New.

The True
In 2018, Edie Falco starred in this political hit at The New Group, an off-Broadway theater in NYC. Alongside her original cast members Michael McKean, Peter Scolari, and more — Falco returns to the story via a live reading online July 16.

Get tickets for The True.

The Spoils
Did you know along with being an insanely talented actor, Jesse Eisenberg is also a playwright? And with this virtual reading of his play The Spoils, you get to see both skills in action. Eisenberg and the 2015 cast of his show (including Michael Zegen from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel!) reunite online for one-night-only on July 30.

Get tickets for The Spoils.

Stephen Schwartz in Concert
No big deal, but the composer Stephen Schwartz has Oscars, four Grammys, and tons of other awards. He’s the mastermind behind Wicked, Pippin, Godspell, and more. This intimate, recorded concert has Schwartz playing all of your musical faves.

Get tickets for Stephen Schwartz in Concert.

Hershey Felder, Beethoven Live
Pianist Hershey Felder brings Beethoven to life — beyond the music. This play with music tells the story of Beethoven’s childhood through the eyes of Viennese Doctor Breuning. Felder’s performance is a unique and illuminating experience (and his piano playing’s not that bad either). The live performance will be on July 12.

Get tickets for Hershey Felder, Beethoven Live.

Dichterliebe “A Poet’s Love”
Opera San Jose’s streamed performance of this harrowing piece is the perfect production for home-viewing. Intimate and immediate, the artists behind the screen — including famed baritone Eugene Brancoveanu — will leave you speechless. With a ticket, you can view on demand from July 11.

Get tickets for Dichterliebe “A Poet’s Love.”

You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown
A live Zoom performance for the whole family? Sign us up. Box Theatrics brings Charlie Brown to life (don’t worry, all of his friends will be there too) during this creative, one-of-a-kind production. What’s really cool about this show is that 10% of sales will be donated to Campaign Zero in support of Black Lives Matter. You can’t beat that. Get tickets for streamed performances from July 23-29.

Get tickets for You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

Synetic Theater Virtual Summer Camp
Just because this summer looks a bit different than others, it doesn’t mean we can’t have camp. Synetic Theater takes summer camp to the screen with their virtual performance programs for kids. Depending on your kiddos, they’ve got a number of different camps to choose from.

Enroll your kids in Synetic Theater Virtual Summer Camp.

Shake Rattle & Roll Dueling Pianos
Just because you’re at home doesn’t mean you can’t have a bit of sing-along fun. Every Wednesday and Saturday night, these live concerts keep the music going well into the night.

Get tickets to Shake Rattle & Roll Dueling Pianos.

Calling All Kates
What happens when your fiancée dumps you, but you have a prepaid honeymoon trip around the world? Calling All Kates is the quirky musical comedy that’ll brighten anyone’s day and you can be watching this recorded performance on July 31 in minutes.

Get tickets for Calling All Kates.

Adam Rapp — the playwright behind The Sound Inside — uses his brilliant mind to create a grief-laden monologue that you’ll be thinking about for a long time. The performance takes place via Zoom and 10% of sales are donated to Campaign Zero in support of Black Lives Matter. The play will be live on Zoom July 14-20.

Get tickets to Nocturne.

The Present
This one is so cool. Helder Guimarães’ uses own life experience with quarantine during childhood and his signature mind-bending illusions to create a Zoom call like you’ve never experienced before. There are only 25 people allowed online for each performance, so make sure you get your tickets now or enter the TodayTix Lottery for your chance to purchase $30 tickets.

Get tickets for The Present.

Virtual Camp Arena Stage
At this online multi-arts program, young artists get to discover and create in so many ways, participate in daily performances, and forge friendships with other young creatives from around the world.

Sign your kids up for Virtual Camp Arena Stage.